the hardest problems in computer science are printers
@Gargron why? they are quite efficient mind-reading machines that are able to detect when the user is anxious or in a hurry with excellent accuracy.
And it seems that developing them is a solved problem, as they are pretty cheap if you consider what they are able to do.
@Gargron fucking brother printers holy shit
@Gargron consider: *networked* printers
@trwnh would rather not
@Gargron a wise answer
@lnxw48a1 They're some of the hardest problems in offsite tech support as well.
@Gargron Our IT team spent two hours trying to get a printer to work in our office the other week. 2 hours.
@Gargron the "stop" button is merely decorative
@Gargron Don’t worry, we can improve it with Blockchain⛓
@Gargron I thought of this toot when my windshield wipers were chattering and streaking all over the place yesterday morning...
@Gargron you just need a little CUPS and a lot of luck.
@Gargron And naming things.
@Gargron I thought it was "other programmers"
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