cant believe we live in a world where i can share my contact details by handing you my used toothbrush head and instructing to tap it to your phone
Sleeping Through the Technical Interview
I can't believe Cloudflare is putting loading screen tips in their bot-screening pages
I plan on publishing two articles before the end of the year, one on the services running on my VPS, and the other about the services running on my homelab.
Every masterpiece has its cheap copy.
Hmmmm... what if I made a Home Assistant integration for the Flipper Zero?
Can everyone collectively agree to kill LDAP? It's a giant outdated pain in the ass!
I should make a fake Discord activity that says I'm playing 7 Days to Die. After a while, I'll change it to 6 Days to Die, 5 Days, etc. I'm curious how many of my friends would pay attention...
I don't recall giving Ubuntu permission to advertise in my apt installs...
I don't use Spotify, but if I did, my wrapped would probably highlight my excessive binge-listening of MGMT's new 11-11-11 live album.
Going to start using public IP camera streams as sources of entropy.
The best way to apply for cyber security jobs is hacking in to their office network and sending your resume directly to their printer.
everybody gangsta until their fortune cookies start getting monetized
Ever since uninstalling Twitter, I feel less obligated to check my feed every morning. If I lagged a day or two, who knows how many Tweets I could have missed! It was artificial and unnecessary FOMO. Now with the fediverse, I only see a linear stream of posts from people I follow. I can easily scroll back in time to see if I missed any big news, and most importantly I don't feel like my every action is monitored. Ironically enough I left Twitter before there was talk of the muskrat takeover, but I guess my timing worked out well enough.
CollegeBoard is the Monsters Inc of stress and suffering.
Not deleting my Twitter account so that, in case a class-action lawsuit comes about, I can proudly claim ¢30.
Oh nice, @firstname.lastname@example.org implemented editing of posts in his fork of microblog.pub! See here. Some reposts show edited version, for example look at the main page of @email@example.com . Although it seems like not everyone got a memo - for example, my instance still shows unmodified version.
Looking forward for this feature to appear in upstream microblog.pub!
I think I'll skip Web3 and wait for Web for Workgroups 3.11 right away.
I'm glad to see so many new microblog.pub instances popping up! Shoutouts to the ones with theme overhauls, my personal favorites are @firstname.lastname@example.org, @email@example.com, @firstname.lastname@example.org, @email@example.com, and especially @firstname.lastname@example.org . Incredible work @email@example.com!
(If you can read this line, I've successfully implemented ActivityPub updates!)