Hey everyone, I'm moving over to @virtualwolf! 👍
UI designer: okay so when youre designing a user interface, you gotta give it a lil' juice. juice it up. look at this button. see, not juicy enough. now look at this. damn. thats a juicy button. real juicy. look at that juicy border around the button. but the font? not juicy enough. NOW look at that font. thats one juicy-as-hell font. in conclusion, its important to design compelling user interfaces that are juicy. keep it juicy. im a UX expert. stay juicy. users love it. juicy
This is amazing: a gas tail being dragged behind an entire galaxy. https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/astropix.html
Then I logged out and the video utterly broke and was completely distorted and not readable. The various solutions for finding fixes for the backlight keys not working, or even just changing the damn thing from the command line, didn't help either.
That was a short-lived bit of fun, back to macOS it is.
Well, I can't say I'm surprised, but I woke the MacBook Air up this morning and Linux is now running at full retina-searing brightness, and there's no way to turn it down at all that I can find. (I couldn't control the brightness previously either, but at least it was at a usable about-half-way level... full brightness physically hurts my eyes).
I am tooting to you from Linux Mint 19.1 on our old mid-2010 MacBook Air! I'm at least partially blaming @sophia for this.
(I'm not going to be swapping from macOS as my primary OS any time soon, but it's fun to tool around with a different OS).
Amateur photographer. Amateur coder. Left-wing pinko.
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