feel like your garage is too full of junk? no problem. try referring to it as "cargo bay one" instead
If your $dayjob is at all related to security, I'd love to hear from you about what type of mobile phone you currently rely on.
I've never really seen a data-based breakdown of the answer to this question, and I'm genuinely curious. Thanks!
p.s. if you vote, please also boost this poll!
iPhone 53% (2592 votes)
Google Pixel you voted for this answer 21% (1031 votes)
Samsung 10% (502 votes)
Other Android 14% (698 votes)
@firstname.lastname@example.org This may be of interest to people here: https://social.coop/@J12t/110079931329588252
“I thought to myself, ‘The natives are on to something!’ And I immediately went out and purchased the biggest, ugliest pair of earmuffs I could find.
“The moral of the story: never walk into a situation and assume you understand it better than the people who live there.”
Putting this out there for whoever needs it in the future - if you are using Gear Aid Seam Grip and need something it won't stick to so you can, for instance, press the seam flat while it dries without having it stick to your pressing tool: baking parchment paper. Why? No idea! But after wax paper and polypropelene sheets both kind of failed me, I decided I'd give it a try on a small section and it was great.
i don't want to monetize my hobbies i want money to not exist
Thread: Hey, you know those Tiny Free Pantries that people put up to help distribute food to those in need? My mom was telling me that she had been frustrated/confused by some of the items that weren't being taken.
She started paying attention to what items lingered. For example, dried beans. No one wanted them. She took them home, added canned tomatoes, a package of seasoning, etc, and put the ingredients in a zip-top bag with a instructions to make chili. Someone snagged it immediately!
also: did you know that the idea that humans have a poor sense of smell (compared to e.g. dogs and rodents) is a 19th century myth derived partly from religious politics of the Catholic Church in France
Introducing my new organic, all-natural intelligence search engine: Mark.
It's just this guy Mark. He'll do his best to answer your question, and he'll make up a reasonable-sounding answer real quick if he doesn't have one.
How will we scale? We'll hire more guys named Mark as demand ramps up.
We got rid of cable tv ages ago and have always had ad blockers on home devices, and going to visit relatives who’ve never made that leap is always incredibly jarring. You just let someone interrupt whatever you were doing, to show you an idiotic vignette about cars or shampoo or vitamins or who cares what, and you just… tolerate that? Like it’s ok?
I wish more people understood that "I want the computer to generate a natural language text that sounds like a plausible answer to a question about x" and "I want the computer to answer a question about x" are two very different problems.
to quote an old tweet of mine:
Put the date in your paper. Put the date in your pastebin. Put the date in your blogpost. Please, the date, put it.
Beware the ides of march.
i want something like the death note except if i write someone's name in it then the internet goes down for them
I'm non-binary which means I have to compile my gender from source
So I finally have a little bit of brain power for hacking on microblog.pub - I have some stuff I want to put in that I think is best done in an actual fork, as it conflicts with some of the goals of the base project.
- better installability - at least as a
pip-installable package, ideally as a standalone binary
- as part of that, changing workers to on-demand rather than all on (which makes installation and setup easier, and I think will help with resource usage at small scale, but may not be appropriate for larger scale users)
- AJAX for object actions (though with the full HTTP form fallbacks still there)
- web interface for configuration and SCSS styling
- altered auth system, probably using
FastAPI-login- having to constantly sign in over and over is driving me nuts, lol
- Some standardization around HTML display of object types (this I might submit upstream
- Option for other markdown flavors (mostly because I hate how linebreaks work in vanilla markdown)
- Post preview button
Pov: you're watching me steal the Shogun's cat
To have a viral post on Mastodon is to be confronted with a long series of people asking the exact same question or providing the same “well actually” response, for days, because of the limits of federation. They simply can’t see those other replies. Sometimes they see *no* ofher replies, if they’re on a tiny server.
The experience isn’t great! As with customer service, it can be hard to remember that this isn’t actually the same person over and over again.
Client side validation isn’t. Please stop.