Spare a thought for the legions of programmers working behind the scenes to make #StarFleet work.
* troubleshooting transporters, forced to test in production
* fixing buggy food replicators remotely
* yet another system became sentient
* bridge viewscreen keeps showing feeds from the holodeck
Fireworks terrify dogs, causing them to run away and get lost. Fireworks also seriously disturb wildlife. #4thofjuly
* Chipmunks' *
plural possessives, baby
"A total of 173,000 terawatts (trillions of watts) of solar energy strikes the Earth continuously. That’s more than 10,000 times the world’s total energy use."
But let's keep fighting over fossil fuels…
Tonight's #DnD: my party killed a draegloth by toppling a statue on it and kicking it's leg out from under it while it struggled with the weight
(remember to use your environment)
This article takes the <form> element as its object, but it's really talking about interactivity and data collection. The kind of data we voluntarily submit as opposed to the kind that is automatically swept up like digital fingerprints.
"If people evolved like technology, you’d be 6,000 lizards, 30 chimps, and a couple Neanderthals all glued together with an anguished human face stretched across it as a 'visual refresh.'"
This Mastodon instance is for people interested in technology. Discussions aren't limited to technology, because tech folks shouldn't be limited to technology either!