this is so crazy cool https://youtu.be/W2aVQBU3p1w
...in a process einstein and rosen called “quantum intrepidation” in a 1936 paper... #spacetime
"The main reason for the existence of the ACS is to enable amateur computer builders to help each other, saving time and money by trading ideas."
"[The] first time a user runs a new executable, Apple delays execution while waiting for a reply from their server. This check for me takes close to a second.
This is not just for files downloaded from the internet, nor is it only when you launch them via Finder, this is everything. So even if you write a one line shell script and run it in a terminal, you will get a delay!"
What the fuck.
lollllll websockets can be used for port scanning https://nullsweep.com/why-is-this-website-port-scanning-me/
i really like this album "from deewee" by soulwax... but i suspect it's a very niche sound https://open.spotify.com/album/0ixwdleroFAl7fWqYZaSsA?si=3rhdZmO8TV6_si6VK4iJ8Q
... which would have saved my character and let me continue playing. instead, everything is lost and all i have is the memory of the start of what might have been a fun campaign.
oh well. onward.
it's bizarre to me that book-based RPGs are often played by *very* tech-savvy people... yet they're fine with using a bunch of broken shit that looks vastly more complex to write/maintain than a basic website.
that previous RPG literally required a custom app (which crashed frequently, natch) running under a windows VM -- why???
i have too many side projects already, but honestly... the D&D character sheet is so simple, a web monkey could turn it into an editable html page in probably one day.
then we received versions in a totally different format, edited by the GM, which "document viewer" didn't see as editable.
"just use chrome" they said, so (sighhhh) i launched chrome just to edit my character and provide stats and backstory.
today i found out that chrome failed to save them correctly so my changes are all gone.
A wizard appears. He looks grumpy.
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