I’m listening to Renée DiReta on the Joe Rogan show and I really dig her vocabulary. It’s not that she’s using some obscure words, but she has a nice collection of synonyms.
I’m going to try and use “myriad” and “curfuffle” more often.
I’ve re-mapped my Launchpad in Traktor to create a minimal setup to mix on a camping trip. Tune into aNONradio on Saturday to experience a test run that will frustrate all the DJ purists. A special edition of Dally Rhythms that’s chock full of BPM auto-sync, keylocked goodness at 18:00
“If chlamydia was a dive bar, it would be Riley’s”
90s microsoft: gobernment, can we pwease bundwe our bwowser software wid our opewating system
us government: no fuck you we are suing your ass into the next century
2010s google: hey so we're gonna own a phone OS, the worlds most popular web browser, the browser rendering engine that everyone else except firefox uses, the worlds most popular search engine, and the worlds most popular email service, that cool?
us government: *looks up from playing pokemon* huh? what? oh yeah whatever dont care
Is it a good, bad, or neutral idea to run certain daemons as system daemons, rather than as the user? For example, what are the pros and cons of running mpd as a systemd service instead of starting it as the user?
I would configure the conf file in etc to match what I have in my home directory.
Same for transmission-daemon and anything else I can think of. Is it beneficial to run my daily driver more like a server?
Masto: remember to add image descriptions and don't use those weird emoji fonts because it's bad for screen readers
also Masto: indecipherable Unicode in usernames, emojis and pride hearts that definitely do not work well with a screen reader, key smashing, ｆｕｌｌ－ｗｉｄｔｈ ｔｅｘｔ 𝓪𝓷𝓭 𝔀𝓮𝓲𝓻𝓭 𝓤𝓷𝓲𝓬𝓸𝓭𝓮 𝓯𝓸𝓷𝓽𝓼 and lots of custom emoji?
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