this happens every gemlog post i make, where i reread a post all the way through at least twice before publishing it, and yet immediately after posting it i notice multiple typos after just glancing over it. i can't be the only person this happens to, right?
@sir link shorteners? Blahk! I prefer link lengthener.
I have no interest in arguing with you about why I should publish my git repos to github. I will not.
Keep it up and my git repos will start to contain references to certian commit hashes which violate the #github TOS.
You can cruise around Geminispace freely and fearlessly, reading anything that takes your fancy. This is tremendously psychologically liberating compared to surfing the web in a mainstream browser and hoping that a huge pile of plugins will protect you like they’re supposed to and wondering which ones it might be safe to temporarily disable when a page you’d really like to read isn’t rendering properly because of them. It’s like riding a bike through a park instead of driving a main battle tank through a minefield while trying to stick to a very narrow and poorly marked safe corridor. Not only is the bike ride a more pleasant experience, the fact that you can easily build your own bike from scratch over a weekend, just the way you like it, even if you’ve never done that kind of thing before is tremendously empowering.
Apparently Megan is Missing is trending from people recommending it on tiktok or something. https://t.co/84TJpSdFTv
how could people do this?
how do people believe a recommendation when it's just people fake-crying on tiktok for views?
how do people watch this and say “it's a good movie” and “it's actually real life”
writing some openrc init scripts and… wow. it's just so easy to get it to actually do what i want, and when there's an eror it actually gives me the errors the daemon outputs instead of spitting out hundreds of lines of nonsense unrelated to the daemon itself (or corrupting the log, thanks journald!).
Copying ain't stealing,
sure as I'm breathing,
information wants to be free.
The mafia wants us to believe
youtube-dl was made for thieves.
it was made for human beings.
We might listen to your pleas,
once you respect our machines,
they belong to us - not you.
Your drivers are mean,
your blobs illicit,
the hardware complicit,
it's never stopped piracy.
The real caper is your crimes.
The theft of OUR public domain.
DMCA abuse, attacks on fair use.
Net neutrality and regulatory capture.
Sell it to us fair and square,
your terms are too much to bear,
and until you're playing fair,
Yo ho, yo ho. A pirate's life for me!
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okay, here goes nothing. i have everything off tomorrow, so i have ~40 hours to uninstall arch, repartition (because I set up my current partitions really stupidly), install artix, and restore my various dotfiles and backups.
that should be plenty of time to get everything up and running, right?
actually, the bit about systemd not acting up recently is a lie. i finally figured out why my tmux keeps getting killed when i logout: https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=825394 (from 2016 and still causing a problem today! thanks Non-Benevolent Dictator lennart poettering!)
does the code and maybe even other things. patented procrastinating on my own projects. pretending to be a successful student. #nobot
masto instance for the tildeverse