@jwildeboer That's bad UX, I agree. But application development is moving to web no matter if we like it or not, making web apps as powerful as their native counterparts is a natural motivation, so browsers/web enginers will eventually have to find a way to deal with this.
heh: "This sample size, calculated to 10 decimal places and rounded up to the next integer, is solemnly reported with a post hoc justification containing no mention of budgets." (https://www.johndcook.com/blog/2020/06/25/sample-size-calculation/)
Ugh. Umbrella hypothesis alert. These things are always guaranteed to get mass media attention, and I hate them.
One day, when Bill Watterson is dead, the heir to his estate will find a folio in his desk containing an unpublished 700-page graphic novel titled simply “The Noodle Incident”
h/t to @dildog for this one.
Thanks Intel... I guess network admins get to build faraday cages for your bullshit now too...
*grumbles about burning it all down*
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