that’s right babey, that East Coast Lifestyle babeyyyyyy 🤩 https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/canadians-chasing-east-coast-lifestyle-1.6194247
Someone convince me this isn't part of companies desire to alienate users from the computers they use and reinforce the idea that nobody should own anything.
There is a difference between understanding file structure hierarchy and being lazy and using a massive downloads folder like I do and not understanding that files have a specific place in the first place.
Did I mention I hate being on call? Sweet Jesus I thought about changing jobs all morning. The RSI isn’t helping.
uspol, student loans
Epilogue: well my cousin, who was trapped in one of these loans, was just liberated from it by her husband, who paid off the balance. Rejoice!
@thor “Inside” is the normal term in my idiolect. Some people prefer “indoors” but I don’t know if that’s regional or generational.
@thor I think the word you’re looking for here is “briefs” in USA. I’d only use it if I wanted to distinguish them from “boxers”.
european citizens' initiative for universal basic income,
for anyone that hasn't seen this:
there's an ECI for establishing universal basic income throughout the EU
if you're eligible to sign it (are an EU citizen) i urge you to do so
It is so nice when technology works.
Got myself some train tickets (I like trains! 🚆 ), confirmation went to my e-mail address which I self-host using @yunohost.
I read the e-mail in the Mail app on my @nextcloud instance (on the same yunohost server), and of course it helpfully suggested I add the travel dates and relevant info into my Nextcloud calendar.
We *can* have nice things. Anyone who says #FLOSS cannot be user-friendly is lying through their teeth.
@hyde We have pretty slow Internet in USA, so a European host might not work out so great. But certainly Linode's suitability is unlikely to last forever, so we'll see.
Are you using Hetzner?
This is a somewhat nascent observation, so plz bear with me.
I'm reading some software documentation. The software sits in a large ecosystem. The docs include a lot of links.
In reading the docs, I basically get lost. Hypertext is a graph, but I don't have an easy way to know which nodes I've visited.
Is there a tool which will take a hypertext document, construct its graph, and let you mark which nodes you've read? If not, why not?
Do I have to make this?
4 refugees died yesterday at the Polish border. Terrible weather and brutality of authorities lead to tragedy.
Yesterday in Lublin, Poland, activists painted bloody hands and wrote “4 dead, your fault” on the wall of the military base, to commemorate the victims of the Polish government, and to point out involvement of the Polish army in destabilizing the Middle East.
With fear and inaction we consent to those outrageous state cimes. Instead of 1-minute silence is the whole life in fighting!
Wonders about humanity sometimes—Slightly annoying—Pretty good computer programmer—Stuck in Occupied Lenapehoking—Supporter of small dogs—Down with content
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