Replying to an email asking a question that was answered in the previous email i sent quoted in the email asking the question. It wasn't buried. It was a 2 sentence email that had the answer in it.

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Today I'm listening to The Fragile. It doesn't matter how many times I listen to it, it's still good.

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@bkurdali @sullybiker oh this is great, i don't remember having seen this before, thank you!!

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@sullybiker It really seems like the root is that humans aren't scaleable...

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@sullybiker I want to know even why they get into that tone in the first place, how that develops.

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@sullybiker also the 'police' in the vocally policing toxic communities have a smaller, tighter-knit, healthier community amongst themselves than the broader community of which their small team is a part, probably?

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@sullybiker yep! I'm wondering if there's some academic knowledge on this kind of thing, how groups form around topics and engage with others. There has to be some kind of solution to this.

My gut tells me it's a problem of scale tho, that the internet exposes. I think people behave very differently within small / limited scale communities that they have daily exposure to vs. unbounded ones and / or with irregular exposure

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@sullybiker It's also now really sad how the term "open-minded" is becoming synonymous with "tolerant of [bigotry | nazism | racism | etc]" We don't have neutral vocabulary to suggest open mindedness anymore :-/

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Having a conversation with someone knowledgeable in a topic but on the train tracks of that particular community's bent, not open to another perspective, and being snarky as hell about it.

Unpleasant.

Reminding myself not to do this to other people even though it's so easy!

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figured it out :) dumb thing. stackoverflow.com/questions/28 … basically i just needed to use relative urls to the pages i was scraping! thanks to @ealexhudson (on birdsite) for his help :)

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so i did this awful JS to screen scrape another page of a managed, locked-down site. it works fine in Firefox and Chrome on my workstation, but in Chrome on my phone it's not working. Any ideas?

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oh dear got my first spam as Gaeilge at my WORK email. sent from China. a bit creeped out. 🤔🤔🤔

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I guess if you enforce difficult-to-comply-with-and-heavy-handed password policies and even block LastPass from autofilling or even click-to-filling these password monstrosities, you're playing a cruel joke on the world when you don't use https on the log in form?

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