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"the united states"? sorry no, you can cope, seethe, and "declare independence" all you want but you're still part of the Great British Empire 🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧☕💂
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Doctors and Vampires both:

- weak to a certain plant based food (garlic and apples)

- bound by regulation to ask before entering

- have fun with blood

- can't cross arbitrary areas (sterile field, running water)

- die when staked in the heart

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British activists: sentenced to five years for conspiracy because of a ZOOM CALL

Activists everywhere: will probably keep using zoom :(

in reply to Riots Work, Elections Jerk

time to stop saying anything on the internet ever. (also by the way if you’re in the uk and you think you’re having a private conversation with a friend on a street, in a park, at a cafe… you are being recorded)
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I think it's important to note that, apparently, a journalist from The Sun joined the call, recorded it, and forwarded the conversatiom to the police.

Zoom is for sure bad, but also maybe don't let snitches join the planning meetings.


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actually, waking up in someone's arms makes me feel a little less awful and depressed about the world. y'all should try it sometime


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wayland fans when I tell them to have fun in yawland and proceed to spin them until they get motion sickness


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unfortunately i cannot specify where the tagged user is in the image. it would be very funny if i could though.

a feature for my own social networking protocol, i guess...



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if we write enough bash we get to call it declarative

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Yes! Except when you have 4 windows open, 3 of which match and only one sticks out But I'd be absolutely on board with every single piece of software having its own look! :blobfoxbongo:


realistic pet play where i tear up the couch because you've left me alone for 5 minutes

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I like right to repair, but I don't think it goes far enough. I'd like "right to openness", where every gadget I buy that depends on some external service (think fitbit cloud or iot clouds) needs to use open protocols such that I can build my own service. Ideally also make the software on the device open too. For now, before I buy anything, I make sure I can replace the external service or there's some way to reverse engineer it.

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In the meantime, did anyone crack epson printers? I got one for free and I'm trying to make it accept unauthorized ink
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Hell I'd like my Epson multifunction to work with authorized ink. It won't even let me *scan* because it thinks the print cartridge is bogus. Grrrr.

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ive noticed that twitter furries are always like "yeah be weird!" and then they make a callout post on someone for being weird


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more programs needs to be fun in general. Custom skins, easter eggs, feel like a labour of love rather than being so sterile.


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every other day i get a new wolfboy to crush on and thirst over. i am normal

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*clears throat*

Bworf, bwORF, bark! Arwf, bworf! Awoo! børk! BwORF! Arf! bark! BØRK! bworf, Arf!, bwORF, awroo, arf, bwORF! Børk!

This had to be said.


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fucking love this image on one of the websites for a gigabyte motherboard






thinking about that time someone on a... certain side of fedi argued that mexican people don't exist


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I miss UI themes having creativity and exploring new options, unlike now where your lucky if there is just a "dark mode"

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Okay so to be clear I understand that emacs is A Lot to learn so not everything about it is for everyone

but I think elisp and the ability to define your own commands in the UI that have parity with built-in commands is something that I find myself wishing basically everything had

there was this brief period in the late '00s early '10s where the web was starting to have that character as people were building css/js combos that were basically operating as overlays on top of other sites at least somewhat seamlessly

but that seems to have pretty much disappeared

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@tilton oh yeah like it was almost literally what I was raised on when I first started using computers in the 00s, I'm typing this from a mastodon-mode right now lol


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Why doesn't anyone use /these/ anymore. I kind of hate that markdown uses *these* for italics when everyone knows that *this* is bold and /this/ is italics

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the real tragedy is that unlike asterisks text renderers typically consider slashes line break opportunities

so you get /
this/, sometimes

but yeah, partial agree. we like asterisks for italics personally, but for plain text emphasis slashes are highly underappreciatied

in reply to Astryr the Cyber-Swynwraig

I think it's because IRC's hey-day is about a generation ago. Same reason getting a plaintext export is often impossible, why stuff needs a 5Mbit connection, why a Web site downloading fonts from google is normal.

oh god, I'm the old guy yelling at the cloud.