Fill in the blank: There is more to life than just _________________.
Lovely SFI talk, love the distinction between competitive and complementary cognitive artifacts. Also hadn't seem that particular map of particle physics before: youtu.be/B_wA6PYKq3s
I'm hosting the MonoGameJam3 in June itch.io/jam/monoga...
It seems to be possible (with 8 Go). Install the OS on an USB drive to prevent a problem with the SD card.
while I really love the idea of teh raspberry, I'm not reallly sure if it could handle the load of some 1080p plex playbacks /:
Compelling to watch for sure but I won't go as far as worship the object. But nice to see people enjoying space related things. Turned out SN15 did an almost perfect flight. Still wondering why only 2 Raptors relit instead 3 as planned. Also landed with two instead of 1. Which tells me they still have tank pressure problems and thus low thrust or, the updated Raptors can now throttle down much lower. In any case, very nice landing. But I do expect further failed attempts...
looks really good!
Google Pixel should have a single camera and 4x zoom. 2x zoom could be achieved with pixel-binning while 3x and 4x using machine learning. Actually, any smartphone should go back to a single camera.
Truly interesting interaction from the Linux OSS community: lore.kernel.org/li...
Something inconsequential bothers me: A novelist writing a series of books featuring an American, spells "curb" as "kerb". "Curb" is the U.S. spelling, "kerb" is the British spelling. That spelling seems unnatural to me, I like the way other British words are spelled, but for some reason, not this one. I wonder why the author uses that spelling. I've only noticed it in his recent novels, so I wonder if he's used the American spelling in the past, and if so, why he changed.
Absolutely wonderful in its simplicity
Twitter is under attack. Subreply works fine ;)
Fediverse (Mastodon, Pleroma, etc), personal website, lobste.rs, Hacker News, Teddit, and some others. I'd say that arbitrary key-value fields on profiles would be better; one column can be the name of the platform while the other an be a URL, similar to what most Fediverse sites do.
I'm looking forward to Slackware 15...
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Ah yes, I see what you're saying. Although I think that's one of federation's greatest strengths -- I personally have not experienced trolls derailing conversations, but I reckon that can be an issue on any large enough community. Mastodon and Pleroma can definitely find better ways to help isolate users that want to be isolated.