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"Could a raft of new bisexual characters on TV be signalling the end of bi-erasure? There’s still work to do" -- Pink News pinknews.co.uk/2018/03/23/coul

I don't know, would I be able to walk into any health care service and not be treated as either 1) a kinky straight or 2) a gay/lesbian person on the down low on issues that actually matter?

Fixing speech-recognition transcripts and hit this line: "come right underneath the feature we used to pound science."

A beard is just jorts for your face.

Think about it.

I need to tell you something. I'm feeling firmly bisexual.

Today I learned there's a McDonald's themed Black Sabbath tribute band:


"David Law, JNLWD's Technology Division chief, believes that, within the next three years, the system will be able to create intelligible speech from a glowing ball of plasma hovering in the air at a distance. "We're this close to getting it to speak to us," Law told Tucker. "I need three or four more kilohertz.""


Star Trek: TOS: A Private Little War

The one where Kirk and McCoy beam down to a planet of venomous horny apes, witches in tight jeans, and men in poofy platinum blonde wigs.

Star Trek: TOS: A Private Little War

"Some men never grow!"

Star Trek: TOS: The Immunity Syndrome

The one where the Enterprise penetrates the body of an an anti-life space amoeba using forward and reverse thrust. Spock gets good snark. And McCoy says, "It will blow you apart."

EFF explains how to disable the Facebook’s platform sharing API FOR your account.

“For now, if you'd like keep your data from going through Facebook's API, you can take control of your privacy settings. Keep in mind that this disables ALL platform apps (like Farmville, Twitter, or Instagram) and you will not be able to log into sites using your Facebook login.”


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@eq @vantablack except the kinder, more inclusive hacker culture is *not* new.

It is how hacker culture was *supposed* to be since 1980s and was what it was like for much of 1990s, techbro culture seems to be a more recent thing (I won't blame it just on USA because it can be a problem in Europe too, it does seem to be a direct backlash against hacker subcultures *not* being always dominated by middle class white lads/men)

Just in case you needed a cross-body coffee holster to let people know you're into dark roast, leather, and Baphomet while you're on your morning commute.