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i'm watching this Tony Hawk's Project 8 speedrun and the runner is repeatedly doing sick tricks and accruing $25,000 hospital bills every time he fucks up and honestly this is good commentary on the united states as a whole

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"I mind my own business. Why don't you mind yours, outlander?"

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This Spectrum-provided router keeps sending UPnP packets even after turning off the service.

I just received a letter from them claiming botnet malware has been detected from my computers...

Maybe Spectrum routers *are* the botnet. :thinkception:

LBRY.tv is such a cool concept. What it's really lacking right now is quality content.

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Would you rather have:

Would you rather have:

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This lady on the radio is afraid of electromagnetic radiation from microwaves.

This lady at a radio station.

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Just before xmas, way back in 2019, I bought a multipack of Wispa chocolate bars and put them in my drawer and today, the first day back in the office, I have opened my drawer and nearly cried about how great the old me was. Follow your dreams.

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getting all of my stuff like email, passwords, etc. in more secure places that i really feel like i control really feels good

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Any recommended books on Linux kernel internals? I know there's an O'Reilly one that hasn't been updated in over a decade, so I'd be curious if there's a more modern take.

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every day you wake to find the walls around the garden are a little higher.

what do you do?
>_

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Holy shit, Samsung Smart TVs straight up send "snippets" of things that you watch back home to "to provide you with customized Smart TV experiences".

samsung.com/us/account/privacy

Search that page for the text: "Your Smart TV transfers video snippets or TV tuner information in order to determine the programs watched."

#infosec

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It's the year 2050. Windows is an Android based OS. Compatibility layers are added so that 64 bit win32 exe files still work seamlessly. dialer.exe is finally deprecated in favor of Dialer EDGE. 16 bit MSDOS applications still run fine, ever since Microsoft realized they were compiling Windows with '# define MSDOS_SUPPORT 0' and changed it to 1. MS-BASIC support for 8 bit computers is available in the Google Play store, for legacy software. Wordpad.exe spontaneously disappeared with no trace.

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