>Ever wonder why your phone needs 30 to 60 seconds to boot?
YES, ALL THE FUCKING TIME
My calculator has a CPU which is literally 4,000 times worse than my phone's CPU and it boots to an interactive graphical user session on a fully preemptive multitasking Unix system before you can even take your finger off of the "ON" button
Google is killing Inbox. I was an early adopter. I'm really annoyed. Gotta get used to Gmail again. *UGH* (Don't @ me with suggestion of not using GMail please it's not useful)
The best part about being a programmer: computers do what you tell them
The worst part: they don't do what you want
if you open tmux, ssh into another machine, open tmux, ssh back into your original machine and reattach to the original tmux session, tmux gets really confused
If you deprecate support for a proprietary software product you should be legally required to make it open source
Mastodon 2.6 will introduce a new privacy setting, better suited for your most important toots.
we're all excited to go colonize Mars but has anyone considered the implications of updating all of our time code to handle non-24 hour days
God, iTunes sucks.
Me: Hey Apple, three movies I bought disappeared from my iTunes library.
Apple: Oh yes, those are not available anymore. Thank you for buying them. Here are two movie rentals on us!
Me: Wait... WHAT??
@tim_cook when did this become acceptable?
So I was browsing the internet when I saw this
I wish "uses too much memory for what it does" was considered a bug by more programmers.
FINALLY implementing the last steps to make librsvg use rust-cssparser instead of libcroco. Now that all the micro-parsers for individual CSS properties are done in rust-cssparser's terms, I'm starting to implement the cssparser traits that it wants me to have in order to assemble the One True CSS Parser for Everything.
The best new feature of macOS Mojave: not supporting my 2010 MacBook Pro so I have to switch it to Linux
Today I managed to set up the AFL fuzzer on librsvg. Found a bunch of crashes and a hang! Some of them in filters, too. Now need to fix them 😄