wtf is up with this design pattern on web apps where there are huge text fields for username and password on the home page and so you type in your username and password only to realize that the button below it says "Create an account!" and then you have to hunt for the tiny "ˢⁱᵍⁿ ⁱⁿ" button in the upper right-hand corner in order to actually sign in to your existing account?
@natecull i don't know if you will find this interesting or not, but did you know there is currently an outstanding proposal (which looks like it will probably find support) for encoding PETSCII into unicode: http://www.unicode.org/L2/L2017/17435r-terminals-prop.pdf
The lengths people go to .... "Setting Emacs Theme Based on Ambient Light" https://matthewbilyeu.com/blog/2018-04-09/setting-emacs-theme-based-on-ambient-light
great article about academic writing: https://www.chronicle.com/article/10-Tips-on-How-to-Write-Less/124268
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musing: "algorithms are neutral" is techbro for "guns don't kill people"
@Tusky is it possible to use content warnings when tooting from the app? 🤔
Is your child practicing questionable machine learning? Know the signs—
lol: let's overfit lots
tbh: totally bogus hypothesis
btw: bias the weights
omg: 'obtain' more gpus
smh: singularity might happen
rofl: reference only friends & labmates
brb: beat ridiculous baseline
lmao: let mturkers answer obv
smdh: sorry my data's hardcoded
@turbodragon Use cases like this are one of the big reasons why there should be client-side rendering of quoted posts. The current system of using a link to the post usually opens the post as just some normal link that you can't interact with without extra effort.