2001: Ha ha Linux could even run on a toaster! j/k2011: Wow this toaster actually runs Linux. It’s not a joke anymore.2021: Please pay the ransomware to receive your toast.
@Elizafox Black Mirror Deleted Episode: In the future you have to pay to not be toast.
@rotatingskull *playing doom on my hat pin*
@rotatingskull If we don't receive our money in 3 min, your toast is #TOAST
"We've set this toaster to burn toast to cinders. Pay $500 to receive the password to change this setting."
*buys a new toaster*
@rotatingskull 2018: your toaster is now mining ToastCoin for some dudes in North Korea.
Which isn't that bad, actually, since it makes it hotter, toast gets toasted sooner.
@rotatingskullKickstarter for the bitcoin toaster now!
@rotatingskull Why is the toaster suddenly running XP
@rotatingskull I mean, toasters are currently being used for ddos attacks so like, its a small step
@rotatingskull The day I added a printer to a computer running Linux was the day I knew I could do anything. Anything.
@rotatingskull the toaster people keep referring to as running Linux was actually running #NetBSD https://www.embeddedarm.com/blog/netbsd-toaster-powered-by-the-ts-7200-arm9-sbc/
@rotatingskull #NetBSD has been powering toasters since well before 2011: https://laughingsquid.com/netbsd-toaster/
2024: HOWTO replace toaster controller with a mechanical timer.