Let's be clear about this. The sequence of events goes thus.
1. Consumer _purchases_ $1000+ computer.
2. Consumer's device has hardware problem
3. Consumer takes device they own to a technician
4. Device _permanently breaks itself without the consumer's consent_.
This is utterly unacceptable. When I say don't buy apple devices, this is what I mean. Do better.
Linus Torvalds introspection(!) +
"This week people in our community confronted me about my lifetime of
not understanding emotions. My flippant attacks in emails have been
both unprofessional and uncalled for. Especially at times when I made
it personal. In my quest for a better patch, this made sense to me.
I know now this was not OK and I am truly sorry."
These dehumidifiers are really cool... I feel like I could use these in a lot of projects 🤔
Holy crap. Malware hidden in a strand of DNA hijacks the computer that analyzes that particular gene sequence.
We're going to live in a very weird world man.
@ksunden hey welcome to the fedverse