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I wish the smart tv getting AirPlay, etc. was not a Samsung.

I’ve been doing a very terrible job of being on Mastodon, but also everything else so ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

West of Loathing is also on sale for Switch and I am equally tiresome about how great I think *that* game is so go forth and obtain it, ye who have not yet done so

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If you own a 3DS and don't already have Pocket Card Jockey (a) I don't know what you're doing with your life and (b) you need to get it NOW I mean come ON it's down to $3.50 from the already ludicrously low normal price of $6.99

I added some new-old products to my Spreadshirt shop; some of you will remember the original of this design :D


I did the voting thing. The democrats in my particular district were pretty safe-looking, and the next district over might be fixin' to shed themselves of their Awful current rep, which is nice. Maaaaybe we can kinda start moving in the right direction a little?

Oh boy an hour-long episode of Ruffled Feathers all about Tuesday’s Apple event!

I could tell you what specific things I’m mad about from the Apple event but here’s a picture of my cats snuggling instead

Ugh Chrome has such good developer tools but I have such bad feelings about Google

Just released some big updates to and would love for that new feedback form to get some use!

The Room is out for Switch so anyone who hasn’t already played it in mobile should 100% get on that (possibly also anyone who already has — it’s got updated graphics & stuff)

I just finished Ori after 25 hours and just fewer than 1100 deaths (I am Very Bad at Games) and my hands feel weird because I was really *clutching* for the whole last fifteen minutes or so

This is smart as heck. What better way to teach folks about the <details> element than using the elements themselves to structure the post?

Hopefully, this neat angle will open up a really handy and more importantly, accessible, native HTML element to those (including me) who would previously use JavaScript.


I always forget that I can mute people and then even if they are not naturally inclined to shush it's just as if they did

I feel like I might have had more persistence in things that were hard in school if I had played more video games as a kid. Maybe I’d be a scientist or something.

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