Random thought of the day:
If your phone's auto-suggest guesses the next word you want to type too often, yhis might mean your writing is not that creative.
It's amazing how early design mistakes of successful software end up getting after-the-fact justifications that are ardently defended by its fans.
Example: /usr was the disk for users data in the original Unix (old docs use /usr/ken in examples after K. Thompson). When the root disk got full they started storing programs there and /usr/bin was born.
People now give backronyms for "USR" and justify the /usr though the rigid "partitions" model is flawed (and was even abandoned in Plan 9).
@XOR this is a backronym. It really stands for /usr. In the original Unix systems /usr was a second disk to store user data (hence stuff like /usr/ken in historical documents). /usr/bin came about when their root disk got full and they had to install more programs, and the rest is (rewriting) history.
The Mastodon hype wave is gone but I'm still here!
Reinstalled SwiftKey on my phone after many years out of sheer frustration with the ever-worsening GBoard
Tried to search on the internet what Raiden was screaming in Mortal Kombat 1. Turns out it was gibberish.
Then I looked up on Google if anyone every heard the same as me. And there was _one_ hit, in a forum post from 2007.