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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

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.

I'm only disappointed that that article failed to ask what behavioral targeting is ever good for, and why NYT still uses it anywhere.

| "Ceci n'est pas un pipe, it's just someone else's file descriptor connected to yours through the kernel VFS layer" #ThereIsNoFoo

Maybe a bit niche

'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


check out this rootkit *shows you my plants*

@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.

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