TFW arresting officers will not slow anything down.
The president was impeached.
Zimmerman has been charged multiple times.
Stop assuming the system will be able to assess itself as the party in fault. (https://v2.jacky.wtf/post/438e3f8b-14a0-4852-acca-008c4d312cf0)
@vidak I’ve got my waaaays. Got go href hunting, you know?
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@glyph isn’t that why your supposed to bury them in rice if they get wet? Rice and soy sauce pair so well! Like a laptop sushi?
@Are0h but I am *so* good at using a hammer! Isn't that good enough!?
"Dark Lego, show me the forbidden connection techniques":
a leaked PDF of a Lego internal corporate document describing "illegal" connections that must not be used in official kit-building instructions
Much has been written on the analogy between lego connections and programming language syntax; that would make this illegal connection PDF the equivalent of, like, undocumented compiler features or something.
@nolan re-not soaking, I've experimented with a bunch of different beans, and, for the most part, while the instapot can cook unsoaked beans, the results tend to be a lot easier to digest if you *do* soak 'em.
After taking a *long* hiatus from making link logs on my blog, I’m back with a new one! Much abridged, but back.
The main feature of this release is that the focus ring (i.e. the glowing outline around buttons and links) should be less prominent for mouse users. If you prefer to use the keyboard to navigate, then nothing should change. This follows a new web standard called "focus-visible."
If you prefer the old behavior, you can enable "Always show focus ring" in the settings.
Loading threads when clicking on statuses should also be faster.
@tfb groovy! That gives me hope! Thanks
@tfb I can’t get over the fact that they don’t have protected package names — how can a package manger be useable when multiple packages can have the same name? Does that end up being a huge headache or is their some community culture that stops it from really being an issue?
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