i turned a lamp on and my main monitor got black for a few seconds
cables are close but it's a big shielded hdmi and the the monitor has its own dc power supply that should protect for any slight input voltage variation, even if somehow my ups got weaker at handling peaks
and it'a s fucking 20W lamp how is this possible
ah now youtube is notifying me with recommended videos
been years since i had reliable notification about anything on there, and i never asked for recommendations
what the fuck went wrong with youtube did they just replace all the notification management by something that sends you random shit
remember when moronic white bois were butthurt thinking youtube was only sending notification for poc and lgbt+ people
notification on youtube are one bad fuckup
@Elizafox A science museum, but it's a lesbian bar called "The Double Slit Experiment"
ahh no okay i see what you all understood
i meant making a fullscreen browser a functional replacement for a regular window manager/compositor, including the stuff that adapts native apis or renders regularly and display in a tab. possibly replacing xorg too.
how much work would it take to make a fullscreen browser a decent window manager
eyethink, i think, .
the big judgment eyes and the scratchy thinking hands
let's make git but based on a blockchain and federated
we'll call it git
as i watch this become my new most popular toot, i have a very serious fact to announce:
you're all furries
[death grips's no love deep web playing loudly in the background]
*looking at raw, real, weird cyber content*
wtf am i doing here
this pg server has
390,845 accounts (134,853 local)
42,195,418 statuses (4,421,980 local)
give me a fish and you won't feed me for a day, teach me to fish and i'll get depressed
I feel: ducking awful.
*starts dispensing hot takes*
honestly tho game captchas are a fucken terrible idea
1. computers are much better than humans at it, it's just about the time it'd take someone to try breaking it
2. it's even more hard and time-consuming than a regular captcha. it's about an optimized way to tell humans from robots, i say it's a failure.
3. we will end up feeding chess moves into a magical neural net that chooses whether or not it looks human, you all see this coming right