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wish software would stop updating tbh. most software is done

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to be honest i think i might stop using the internet. so then i wont have to update my computer anymore. because whenever i update anything anymore it just gets worse. worse than it already was!!! and its already pretty bad!!!!

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all u people making techs??? techin' makes??? writing codes??? making the computer??? all u people??? making the Computer??? ???? you're doing a pretty bad job!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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ah you uhhh.... you made the computer?? that was you????? do it again

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@jk we're just gonna skip over Computer 2 and go straight to Computer 3 this time. Don't just damn the torpedoes, but fuck them as well!

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@jk if we made a Good Computer it would look at us and say 'you are not as good as me' so we are all safer making Bad Computers and plugging them into Terrible Robots

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@jk The ones I build seem to work pretty well for at least 10 years.

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@ajeremias @jk Probably not that good, though. I think that may have been the peak of your life.

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@WAHa_06x36 @ajeremias @jk
That is much better than the All Computers Are Broken sticker on my laptop.

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@WAHa_06x36 @ajeremias @jk a new alt.sysadmin.recovery motto for the twenty-teens

(the alt.sysadmin.recovery motto of the 1990s was "all software sucks, all hardware sucks".)

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@jk
It is the year 1998, and if you buy a kewl new eMachine desktop computer, it will Never Be Obsolete*!

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@jk this is a great side effect if running our own Linux distro and not having enough volunteers: very little updates :D (the only thing that auto updates in my machine is Firefox, due to security reasons). anything else I leave as is unless I need something new. I ran the same kernel for over 5 years.

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@hisham_hm isnt that insecure though??? I’m sure if I tried to do that lots of Security Fans would show up and tell me im doing the wrong thing!!

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@jk supposedly yes — I don't recommend it for running a server, obviously. but for a user machine the attack vector is essentially the browser. plus, using a crazy non-standard distro like means the script-kiddie stuff probably doesn't even work out of the box (granted, that latter point is sort of security by obscurity)

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Software is never done. There's always another bug to be found.
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@zash often because the world around it keeps changing!

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@hishamhm Indeed. <insert xkcd reference> "the requirements have changed"
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@jk until it can read social networks, no

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@jk @grainloom if software is so good, how come there's no software 2?

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@devurandom @jk @grainloom it's not that its good, its more like a cult software status.

Meaning it'll be a few years before they do a remake.

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