I just love that there are websites that promise to crack wifi passwords by just providing the network name, and a credit card. :ablobwobble:

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My home network is made up of a lot of old linux PCs, I want someone to sell case badges for "achievements" for computers:
- Poof: Actually shot smoke once!
- Ship of Theseus: no original parts inside
- "Powered by (space for tally marks) Linux kernels"
- Pontless RGB: still contains bits of that first gaming rig I was super proud of
- Evangelism: add sticker for every person who used system, was then inspired to make one/try linux
- Good Run: >1yr uptime until power outage :(

You wouldn't download essential software for your final project, would you? :thinkstretch1: :thinkstretch2:

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How tf does the cracked version of MS Office install when my licensed version doesn't??

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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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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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