I love that Japan were the originator of emoji because there’s so many culturally diverse Japanese and Asian emojis.
Imagine if America had been the inventors, how long would it have taken to get so many of these Asian orientated symbols?
I love it when people complain about there being so many Japanese that have no use for them, they can for once feel what it’s like not to be the entitled cultural driving force 😛
We're really worried that this could affect services like ActivePub/Mastodon instances, opening them up to lawsuits or requiring expensive filters.
Since getting a pair of Sennheiser HD1 headphones there have been multiple times where a new voice came on during a podcast and I've turned around because I thought somebody was right over my shoulder talking to me.
In other words: These are crazy clear. I never thought a pair of bluetooth headphones could be this good.
I will not build a $40k computer that can play Tetris. I will not build a $40k computer that can play Tetris: http://www.megaprocessor.com
We have reached the point where troubleshooting my wireless headphones involves rebooting their case.
brew install bat
mind = blown
"In an over abundance of caution"? Customer's personal data was improperly accessed: the _bare minimum_ should be notifying anybody who might have been effected. It's only an "overabundance of caution" in regard to getting out in front of this story and trying to manage it.
Trying to figure out how a `struct X int` is generated so I can map the integer back to a value:
The function's in `interface.go`? Okay, sure.
Wait, `interface.go` doesn't contain a single interface? Or anything that's called `interface`?
At least they did add their own redefinition of a common type rather than importing.... Oh, wait, no, they wouldn't have to import, it's in the same package: Rather than simply using the other definition.
Lyft is offering free and discounted rides to the polls on Election Day: https://www.engadget.com/2018/08/23/lyft-free-rides-election-day-november-6/
Unpaywall is a handy little open source project, available to use as a browser extension, which makes it easier to find open access copies of journal papers.
I just thought I'd share this here for those who may need it. I find it very useful!
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