Dance Dance Revulsion
floating Celine Dion under a humongous moon, wearing a dress with a kilometers-long train ought to be a meme
so today I went on youtube to listen to how the real thing would sound and holy shit they have overproduced that video *marvelously*
my upstairs neighbor has been practicing something on the piany that sounds a *lot* like My Heart Will Go On, for months now
Quoth the raven,
GDPR pushed the New York Times to drop behavioral targeting of ads on "European pages" [I suppose they mean European pageviews?], which has cost them the astonishing sum of... nothing. https://digiday.com/media/new-york-times-gdpr-cut-off-ad-exchanges-europe-ad-revenue/
I'm only disappointed that that article failed to ask what behavioral targeting is ever good for, and why NYT still uses it anywhere.
'a slippery-slope from critical thinker to crypto-expert: the demise of the white male artist'
(ASMR) Me reading out the entire GNU General Public License in a really bad English accent [5 hours 10 minutes]
non-programmers are an important part of open source projects. non-programmer contributions are valid and useful and not second tier or otherwise less valuable.
it's easy to say programmers are the only value-add when you're fortunate enough to have enough non-programmers that you can take them for granted.
if you take away the feature requests, translations, and general chatter - many OSS projects would have never been more than flawed, narrow use case tech demos.
bad day when you try to draw a parallel but go off on a tangent
@janellecshane it was!! Thanks for linking it!
mooooooooooom phineas and ferb are using teamviewer to help a not-for-profit organisation even though the free license doesn't allow commercial use
Wow, the slack iOS icon looks even worse than the version in their press kit.