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liberals, ICE, workplace raids, capitalist exploitation 

"This is an experiment to see what amount of delay is too annoying for a user interaction like typing."

Think I can tolerate 50 ms? 200 is... difficult

input-delay.glitch.me/

when queer people are disoriented are they unable to think gay

I saw the only good gadsden flag liscence plate
It reads "SNK OMG"

Linux, it really whips the penguins ass!

Imagine writing an ActivityPub implementation that doesn't even federate with itself, but federates with Mastodon.

😅 :pixelfed:

General silliness and mumbling. May contain bits of grouse.

Probably a bad idea, but (not quite seriously) considering rejecting signed fetches. There's a robustness argument to secure system design that operations with excess authority should fail. Mandatory principle of least authority. Kinda, I think I'm stretching a bit.

But this is how some systems do work. Accounts with blank passwords require a blank password. If you enter a real password, that's a failure. If it's a public object, then you should fetch it without passing any credentials.

Hopefully, with ocap, this isn't a problem because you'd know whether to obtain a cap or not. You wouldn't accidentally pass along a cap without need.

Are people really planning to block all of Pleroma? That sucks. I don’t have the spoons or materials to try to migrate my server, all my followers, all my users’ followers to a different software

2013: Yahoo buys Tumblr for $1.1 billion, which is to say, $1100 million.

2019: Automattic buys Tumblr for less than $3 million.

theverge.com/2019/8/12/2080263

the power in my basement tends to drop out for like a fraction of a second and i hate that bc it makes my desktop reboot ugh

is that a brownout i guess?

also one of the two ceiling lights occasionally goes out for like 3-5 seconds

i need an electrician x_x

"Mr. Mullenweg said his company intends to maintain the existing policy that bans adult content"

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