Taiga Motors unveils new electric jet ski with a…
Taiga Motors unveils new electric jet ski with a 23 kWh battery pack – Electrek
— Read on electrek.co/2019/09/18/taiga-motors-orca-electric-jetski/
“Tankzilla” – Liebherr LR 1600S crawler crane
The crane used by SpaceX at the Boca Chica facility to stack the sections of BR heavy lift rocket in the High Bay.
Neri Oxman to set up lab in New York…
Architect and designer Neri Oxman will open a laboratory at 787 11th Avenue, the 1920s building under renovation by Rafael Viñoly Architects.
— Read on www.dezeen.com/2021/03/09/neri-oxman-787-11-avenue-office-rafael-vinoly-architects/
Tesla stops taking orders for Powerwall without solar panels…
Tesla stops taking orders for Powerwall without solar panels – Electrek
— Read on electrek.co/2021/03/15/tesla-stops-taking-orders-powerwall-without-solar-panels/
Artist Swoon transformed a box truck into a diorama-style…
A roving public art installation that explores the American experience has hit the streets of New York City. As part of the “American Portrait” initiative from PBS, Brooklyn-based artist Caledonia Curry, also known as Swoon, has designed a diorama-inspired sculpture on top of a 14-foot box truck. The installation, titled The House Our Families Built, features paintings and cutouts portraying domestic life. The sculpture debuted at Brooklyn Bridge Park last weekend and will travel to Prospect Park on February 6-7, Flushing Meadows Corona Park on February 13-14, and Union Square on February 21.
iTunes error -54
And it happened again today:
I’ve solved this problem before but had forgotten what I had done to deal with “The iTunes Library file cannot be saved. An unknown error occurred (-54).”
A quick search around yielded a range of voodoo solutions but the one that did it the simplest; I asked Disk Utility to repair permission. This is the comment that solved it for me:
“From an OS9 reference, error -54 is a software lock on a file or a permissions error. (Some of the old codes still apply to OSX although there is no formal list of OSX error codes.)”
I’ll buy that. You can find the Disk Utility here:
1. Choose your disk in the list on the left.
2. Click “Repair Disk Permissions”
3. Come back later and they’re fixed.
4. Restart iTunes.