birdsite, the right, algorithms, "no-shit" moment 

> Twitter admits bias in algorithm for rightwing politicians and news outlets

> Home feed promotes rightwing tweets over those from the left, internal research finds

ORLY? Well I'd never!

If anyone is wondering, it's not getting any better. Snapchat, AWS, Twitter, several major mobile providers (T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon) joined the "seems down" club.


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"Large cloud providers are very competent and never go down", episode over9000.

"Cookie Preferences" on take about a minute to "process", and then you get a message that "some opt-out preferences require third party cookies".

Are you fscking serious? Is this some kind of a joke?

How about you just do not set cookies I have not specifically opted-in to receive?

I wonder what @noybeu would have to say about this.

Writing unit-tests in , using Jest. Looking for information on how to use fixtures.

:duckduckgo: - I got ya!

uspol, taliban, shitpost 

Hey The Guardian, I found a better photo for your US Supreme Court abortion article.

You're welcome.

More progress: several new tests implemented, relevant output in Gitlab-compatible format so we can have Nice Shiny Things.

We like Nice Shiny Things!

I think late-stage-capitalism became accidentally self-conscious, and yet definitely not self-aware.

received a lot of flak for this ad. And guess what? They doubled-down:

And now the kicker -- the byline on that piece is:
> Martin Strutz is co-founder of AND CO, an proactive app that gives independent workers more time to do what they love: the work.

I'd just like to interject for a moment.

The "here's your cake, , now go and compile it yourself" joke was funny the first 50 times I saw it 15 years ago.

Most Linux users never need to touch a compiler. Most advanced Linux users touch it very seldom too, these days.

How about we dispense with this crap and post something actually funny (and you know, not buying-into corporate propaganda) instead?

Much obliged. :blobcoffee:

Okay, I am trying to understand if Ryzen 5 3600 Hexa-Core has, in fact, almost twice the firepower Core i7-6700 Quad-Core, as Hetzner's CPU-B measure would suggest.

Thoughts anyone?

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