emma

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emma wrote

i mean i poop more often than i bathe, so it's incremental progress

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emma wrote

Don't like the "improvements" they made to the colours, which just made things harder to read. In particular the syntax highlighting has really poor contrast, and making the text less black isn't an improvement either.

It's good as a general introduction to what CSS can do, but it'd be better if accessibility was addressed.

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emma wrote

I love Clint, but many of the social aspects of the things he covers goes straight over his head. Like in the Microsoft BOB review he fails to mention how the product was marketed towards stay-at-home mums, and how condescending it was in that regard. This is such a huge aspect of BOB that every reviewer gets wrong.

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emma wrote

changing the firefox icon on my work machine to this keeps me going

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emma wrote

if you like "crosscode", you might also like "crossword", available in many newspapers and magazines

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emma wrote

The VirtualHosts stuff is what you wanna use for this. I'm pretty sure it allows you to choose which ports a site is available on.

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emma wrote

after trying out haiku on my old machine, i can assure you the pentium 2 does not have blast processing

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emma wrote

Getting rid of the master/slave dichotomy in software is worth pursuing. I can't think of any other pairs of terms with the same kind of hurtful baggage being used to describe other things in tech.

Anyway, GitHub sells services to a government agency that puts children in cages.

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emma wrote

i do not trust any website but jstpst.net

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emma wrote

this is correct

but the underlined variant is for burning it

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emma wrote

was expecting this to be a skip for the honey & darling minigames in majora's mask

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emma wrote

i heard that being gay makes you post