why didn't the Wikipedia guy just go all in on Mastodon? I feel like this could be a real thing if people just, you know, used it.

The existing userbase is cool, but like... imagine if there were more of us

Just ordered a MIDI keyboard and now i have to wait the rest of the week until it comes in

guess it's 3 more days of using a PC keyboard to dink around in Sunvox

we wouldn't know if time travel gets invented because the modified timelines wouldn't be our own

sweaty anime take 

40 years of technological advancements so we can send butts to each other at light speed

the internet is truly fantastic

i wonder if gladiators were ever used to test different armors. It would have been an effective way to gather data on it's real-world effectiveness without the survivorship bias of soldiers coming back from war.

Automated testflight upload worked, first try! feels pretty good

So, this week I found out that my job was entirely invented by my predecessor, and that I'm going to be actively undoing myself by trying to remove bullshit.

help

wOrk 

work distress 

curious Internet: "id like to ask an expert (i.e. not reddit)"

Reddit: "HERE'S THE UNDISPUTED CORRECT ANSWER ACCORDING TO MY THIRTY SECOND GOOGLE SEARCH AND EXTENSIVE COLLECTION OF GLEN BECK RECORDINGS"

given enough time food scientists can make milk out of anything

if there's granite milk by the time I'm 90 I'd honestly be unsurprised

wow it's so easy to fix things when i don't have to do a bunch of shit that requires me to work around the broken shit

wish i could do this every day

man, wouldn't it be a great prank if it just got really fucking cold outside

drug? 

Nah, just kidding - we're gonna be stuck using second-rate webapps for doing everything forever, and there's really no way around it

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