Attention: The domain name number.wang is available

I repeat, number.wang is available!

@jplebreton "walkie talkie" still wins in the silliness scale, though

@mogwai_poet today I opened the "Installed games" filter on Steam, and it had 78 games in it. I don't even want to know what the total count is. Or the total cost... 😐

@kmicu The problem is somehow gone. For now. I'm sure it'll come back. Yay technology

@mogwai_poet
"so... is that like a retro Steam collection or something?"

@sirikon no VPN clients installed, no network bridges either 😕

Also, tried running a live Linux distro on the Windows machines, and the network works fine under Linux on those computers too. The culprit is windows, clearly

Ok, I need ideas here.

My home network works fine for Android and Linux devices, but it has stopped working for Windows ones, both via WiFi and ethernet. They can see things inside the network, ping the gateway successfully, etc, but they just can't reach outside the network.

Anyone has any idea of what could cause that?

"It is difficult to move forward when your kid's favorite toy is the stroller's brake pedal" – Sun Tzu

@mogwai_poet
normal = "most of us are at least this fucked up, yet somehow still alive"

@mogwai_poet stopping breathing once every 2 minutes is "moderate"? Hhmmmkay 😐

@shivoa Inside's dithering is fantastic indeed. People sometimes try to achieve the same thing with film grain, but it's just not the same😔

Clothing company: "we're the most hipster-worthy, natural, ecological, super magnificent company ever"

Same clothing company: "our base is in the same country you're in, but instead of producing locally, we'd rather make the clothes in China and ship them to the other side of the planet"

:thonk:

Genie: You have ONE WISH.

Me: Alright, I have one, but it's very detailed.
Genie: As long as it is only one wish, you're allowed to spend as much time as you want detailing it.

Me: Alright, here we go. *Grabs notebook and takes a deep breath* The key words MUST, MUST NOT, REQUIRED, SHALL, SHALL NOT, SHOULD, SHOULD NOT, RECOMMENDED, MAY, and OPTIONAL are to be interpreted as described in [RFC2119].

Genie: Wait, is that...?

Me: *Flips notebook* Chapter 1. Preamble.

@jplebreton the old measure was "how many times did you need to recompile the kernel".

Then it was "how many times did you need to use the command line".

Next will be "how many times did you need to Google something" I guess?

@InvaderXan I use it too. As others have commented, better autocompletion is a big one. Also, powerline integration is nice.

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