♲ @TheLastMerlin@twitter.com: It's ridiculous how many exchanges go like -
Marginalized group: "We face this problem more than the privileged group."
Privileged group: "You must be lying or mistaken, because we've never experienced that."
Marginalized group: "That's...that's the ENTIRE FUCKING POINT."
shower thought: the employment market is designed to induce anxiety in job seekers so that they settle for less.
If job seekers were more confident in themselves and not rushing to get the first avaliable position there would be a lot more pressure on businesses to create more sustainable roles.
we should really start practicing vocalizing out experiences in the job market if nothing else so that we can take care of each other when we are feeling anxious and panicked.
Me, to our immigration person: "I need to apply for an India visa."
Immigration person: "Ok, you'll be getting an email from our lawyers soon."
A few days later, a super suspicious email from a service I've never heard of: "Please click this link and sign up for this thing you've never heard of and whose name doesn't have anything to with attorneys or immigration!"
And we wonder why phishing is so effective.
Theo shares my opinion about process supervisors 😂
“It is such an amazing business-friendly but risk-ignorant pattern to simply restart software that has failed.
It's like you keep flying a plane that falls out of the sky twice, rather than cease operation, figure out what is wrong, and fix it before continuing.”
@Gargron Read this as "house."
Yeah it sucks. When it respawns all your stuff is gone. But at least it's clean for once.
Odd... now my server is working from the wan, and when I access it via it's lan address, but if I try to access it via my domain (thus my wan address) while on the lan, the same problem as last night occurs... Maybe an issue with the routing table on the router? I'll have to check that when I get home from work.
Well, this is frustrating. I finally moved my private cloud server from my mother's place to my own. I got everything set up, all the configs adjusted, etc. But my server isn't even receiving packets. I can ping out from it, and get them responses back, but trying to connect to the cloud server just times out. Same with pinging the server from the wan.
I've double checked every option on the router and modem, to no avail. I'll have to call the ISP tomorrow, I guess.
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