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The moral of The Thing is "be yourself but other people might be the Thing so watch your ass"

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i poured myself a glass of water. water is so strange at this scale.

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(+) assholes from birdsite Show more

slack, dns, outage? Show more

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slack, dns, outage? Show more

a terrible mashup idea that works Show more

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Good rule of thumb: β€œNobody here is trying to be racist on purpose, it’s just our rules have a racist outcome and that’s not our fault!” is not a strong defense

Hint: there can be bad laws, and bad policies, and bad rules, not just bad people

I have finally figured out what to say to a person giving a lecture about a computer system:

Break a prod

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*slaps roof of the movies* this bad boy can fit so many Eiffel Towers in it

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Apps like Pocket and other blogs understood that users want to read the content. So when users start scrolling down to READ the content they hide the sticky header. When user scrolls top, they predict that user might want something else and display the bar again. Nice experience.
Navigation, especially on sites and apps that focus on content reading should be like a good friend: around to help when you need them but don't want them to be around 24/7 ^^

Seeing the "federation" discussed here in a Starfleet context is really weird, you all. Also delightful.

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If you deleted the News app on your iOS device and get frustrated by totally busted apple.news links, check out chapel-pews.glitch.me β›ͺοΈπŸ‘

Reflections on roasting rust

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Every planet in the star trek universe has hallway-like cave systems conveniently located wherever our heroes happen to land or crash.

It can't be a coincidence.

What if all of the star trek series actually take place in a holodeck in which our heroes have been trapped only they don't realize it?