Here it is. It's time for a FreeDesktop dark style preference. Here's what that would entail, and why: https://medium.com/p/614f501ae4ca
By the way, I'm posting over at Pixelfed now as well. I'm strongly considering deleting or at least locking down my Instagram account; I'm sick of Facebook as a company, sick of the increasingly terrible ads, and sick of the proliferation of crappy graphics with overlaid text versus the original intent of just *photos* of what people were up to/taking photos of.
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Clickbait, delivered straight to you via macOS. Ouch. 😬️
16-Inch MacBook Pro Said to Launch in September With LCD and 3072x1920 Resolution http://www.macrumors.com/2019/06/24/16-inch-macbook-pro-sept-2019-release-date-rumor/
I didn't expect USB-C on the new Raspberry Pi. Happily surprised!
Wow, up to 4GB of RAM and a support for dual 4K monitors. And it uses USB Type-C! https://twitter.com/Raspberry_Pi/status/1143037198209552386
Except the second to last one would be:
❌ delivery exception, we'll try again eventually
web shop notification emails:
✉️ we've packed your parcel
✉️ handed it to the driver
✉️ driver put it in the van
✉️ it's in the van
✉️ in transit
✉️ driver opened the back
✉️ driver is holding it
✉️ driver opened your fence
✉️ walking now
✉️ it went through your letterbox
Yeah this makes no sense. At this rate, Duo will add text messaging and “Stories” by the end of summer.
Please @Google@twitter.com just fucking stop turning everything into a messaging platform. Donkeys!
I queried a list of local accounts that posted through a popular cross-poster tool within the last 7 days and who didn't post from the web UI in the same time frame, and sent them a warning/request to re-consider cross-poster usage. You know how I feel about ghost accounts and their spam in the local timeline.
In hindsight I should have checked for more apps than the web UI, because I got some false-positives--if you got an e-mail, keep that in mind.
I got a “Warning” in my email for using a Twitter cross-poster. While I understand the sentiment, the wording and aggressiveness of emailing me a scary warning seems pretty user-hostile. Yes, I use a cross-poster. I have it set so that replies and irrelevant stuff doesn't come through to Mastodon. I use it to engage with folks across the Internet. What's the harm in that?
They all seem too low contrast to me. Also, depends on the context!
1, 2, 3 or 4?
Wanna see an example of dark UX? http://Change.org starts the counter of how many people have signed at about 10 under the real number. Then over the next minute or so, they artificially count it up to the real number to fake a sense of urgency and bandwagonism. 🙃
At first I thought they were giving recipe improvements and I was super confused. Then I realized it was just showing how food marketing is a lie. 😭
eu amo esses vídeos que destroem tudo que já acreditamos na vida
Yeah… this is the advantage of the Tesla Supercharging network. Fast speeds + ubiquitous placement. This article just demonstrates that third-party charging networks are inferior to Tesla's.
This is trash article. I drove from LA to Vegas a few months ago. Wanna know how long I stopped to charge? 16 minutes. https://twitter.com/nytimes/status/1142508240061784065
Management throwing more developers at the problem to meet deadlines.
The eternal struggle.
The Type-C port standard is perhaps both the most universal and most fragmented port of all time.
It’s USB-C. Or is it Thunderbolt? Oh, it’s VirtualLink that passes DisplayPort? 1.4? What about power? Yes? No? Oh, that cable doesn’t meet spec? This one that looks the same does?
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