of course hackers are witches, why do you think it's a hex editor
Sway 1.0-alpha.1 released
when the PNG image format was proposed, it was "PING", standing for "PING Is Not GIF"
it was later shortened to PNG and retronymed into "Portable Network Graphics"
In the Senegalese version of Firefox, a ‘crash’ is a hookii, which means ‘a cow falling over but not dying’.
Apparently the phrase “there are black people in the future” is scary and controversial. http://www.thelastbillboard.com/post/172566919066/for-the-past-month-the-last-billboard-has-been
Remember, some months ago, I made a fuss and filed an issue, because I had stumbled on yet another "deep research paper" that was using #Lenna as a test image.
Well, they "fixed" the issue.
While I'm happy they have responded to the demand, I'm a bit confused by how they actually did it.
There is quite an interesting thread on cross-posting between #birdsite and #mastodon under this post: https://mastodon.social/@Gargron/99792943958914984
Since this is something I've been doing for a while, I'm curious of what my followers think. Should I stop?
Typeface elegantly combines Braille and English characters - http://feeds.boingboing.net/~r/boingboing/iBag/~3/gn6TXa36rqA/typeface-elegantly-combines-br.html
Cross-posting is marketing for the source platform, so you shouldn't be surprised I don't think Twitter to Mastodon cross-posting is beneficial to Mastodon.
Mastodon is a social network, and talking to each other is a big part of it. If someone has setup a cross-poster and left and never checks their notifications, it's pointless for us who are here.