I thought Germany had better laws against police abuse than countries like the US, but apparently it has it's own serious problems with unjustified raids and seizure:
> Police searches homes of „Zwiebelfreunde“ board members as well as „OpenLab“ in Augsburg:
This is just amazing:
TSB's systems show an amazingly user friendly error message and this is what the user (understandibly) interprets :D
Not to get into a big argument but are there any communists on Mastodon that agree with this (stealing from corporations)?
It's not even talking about specific examples, just some general notion that "it's just stealing what was already stolen".
This is so vague that it could extend to stealing any amount of products that you want, it doesn't seem based on justice at all. How exactly do you measure how much was stolen from you in order to know how much you can "steal back"?
#TIL that you can 'pin' columns in the Mastodon web client – and then you get a new right most column.
And I have been looking for an 'add column' option without luck.
Elon Musk Productivity tips
I decided to do a crude simulator for the amazing board game Captain Sonar, to try different strategies.
So far the UI layout seems tricky, I haven't decided if it's best to toggle between the Radio Operator's map and the Captains map or simply use different colors for the lines of each submarine.
And really, the UI for the Radio Operator also seems like it will be tricky to make.
I haven't even put much thought into the AI I'll have to build to make the computer interesting to play against... 🙈
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