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And this is my all-time favorite on Optimistic Nihilism, the philosophy of Kurzgesagt.

youtu.be/MBRqu0YOH14

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natural gas, fossil fuels Show more

@lynnesbian The answer to all these questions is usually "it's the business model".

fog computing. fucking fog computing. if only there was an existing name for a machine that serves information... the kind of machine that serves a service

A group of servers are called a rack

A group of racks are called a datacenter

A group of datacenters are called a cloud

A group of clouds are called an oh my god what the hell are you doing

Ich feier diesen Talk ganz hart. Spaßig, schräg, und stellenweise grandios meta.

"Ein Leben ohne Sticker ist möglich aber sinnlos"
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Motivated from Easterhegg I asked myself the question, why don't I do more? I realized my perfectionalism prevents me from getting shit done. But there are so many cool things to do; they don't have to be perfect! They don't have to work all the time. And I shouldn't be so afraid to fry some parts every once in a while.

@kalium kdeconnect's remote mouse/keyboard stuff is a lot of fun too. now you can remote into a machine on the other side of the building by... connecting your phone and looking at the screen through a pair of binoculars!

There's a neat and totally wacky tool on F-droid called xmouse which connects to your machine with SSH and does remote mouse/keyboard stuff by just flinging xdotool commands over SSH.

f-droid.org/app/com.stripe1.xm

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Six Stages of Debugging

Step 1 : That can’t happen.

Step 2 : That doesn’t happen on my machine.

Step 3 : That shouldn’t happen.

Step 4 : Why does that happen?

Step 5 : Oh, I see.

Step 6 : how did that ever work?

The web browser Brave is marketed as a privacy-friendly ad-free alternative, but that's pretty disingenuous.

Brave exists not to protect privacy, but to make money from selling ads.

Brave is a commercial company funded by venture capital. Its business model is selling advertising and cryptocurrency investment.

One of Brave's owners is Peter Thiel's Founders Fund. Thiel is also the head of Palantir (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palantir) and on the board of Facebook.

I do not recommend using Brave.

#Brave

good morning, the reason you're infatuated with Japanese Neighborhood Aesthetic so much is because every picture you've ever seen has no on-street parking

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