Ah, yes, 2017. That was the year everyone went insane and I joined a group of 2,000 witches on the internet. What is the internet, you say? Well, back before the bombs...
It's just really fucked up people look at self-driving trucks, automation, and go "ah, this is a bad thing because it puts people out of work. it is the technology that is the problem" instead of realizing that it's our insane mentality that you have to work 40 hours in order to deserve living that will hurt people in the end
roses are red
violets are blue
in surveillance capitalism
poem reads you
and shows you ads
for flower shops
and tracks your clicks
and never stops
it cares not about
if privacy's harmed
the money is green
when people are farmed
twitter is cyan
facebook is blue
your friends are the product
and so are you
Someone know if .ics files are supported by GNOME calendar?
I'm also wondering if there is ever going to be a day everyone just wakes up and discovering that everyone is hacked. That every piece of info about everybody is just out in the open.
On that day, the people who use service like this will be saved. Damn, I would love to see that day and I would be afraid of a day like that. On the positive: it makes more people aware of security online. Downside: even we can get hacked and be broken into. Regardless what kind off services we use.
Im free and open source
Back to Firefox after a day of fighting with Icecat. Somehow not working for me, and that is a shame.
I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. I've seen malloc() crash due to SLAB allocation bugs in Solaris. I've seen Java programmers write a second god class because the first one ran out of memory.
All these memory leaks will be lost in time, like tears in rain.
Time to die();
So apparently GNU IceCat doesn't like Duckduckgo. Also, by default, the search engine is set to Google.
I just hate it when I get bored.
Rechargeable batteries work a lot like how humans deal with energy. They discharge at a steady rate, discharge more quickly with more heavy use, recharge regularly (nightly) or ad hoc (naps), and as they age they gradually lose capacity. It still takes a while for age to have a noticeable effect, and something else usually happens first before it gets bad. Though, traumatic incidents can also drastically reduce capacity.
jkdfhsajdkhsd I need to pick up my sister in less than an hour and I still have tons of stuff to do before that
So I connected my SQL server to the internet. Also, I can log into my SSH everywhere on the Internet. What could go wrong?
Was Mastodon.social out yesterday? I could not reach it.