@ErikaDesign hey there thanks for boosting my beginner's guide to discovery! I hope it helped :)

This has been the first weekend...I think ever...in my current relationship where I get to sleep in the entire weekend *with my partner* and not have to immediately start getting ready to go out after waking up.

I could get used to this

For context, my partner got a new job that has a Monday to Friday 8-5 work schedule 👍

For context, to be able to use an old website created for Internet Explorer, without having to access a remote desktop app, I had to use a custom user agent string in Safari.

Side question: anyone know how to get around revoked certificates being denied in Chrome on macOS? I don't even get the option to bypass...

need to disable macOS System Integrity Protection just to be able to add my own custom User Agent String to a menu in Safari...

So...I just found out that I'm going on a ski trip with my company... paid by them?

Downpour expected rest of the day, with temps descending overnight to -7 or so, and no chance of above freezing temperatures. Looks like we're in for a ride

And then an hour after the live stream starts, for some reason it just randomly says the Stream is offline. But then refresh the page and everything is back to normal, another hour later the same thing happens, so there's some sort of time out that's happening after a minute. We can't figure out whether it's the browser whether it's the live stream, the streaming software, or even the internet connection

An hour before going live, we had a YouTube music stream going. Sound is fine. Start the company stream. No audio...well, audio but garbled.

Switched out the 3.5 to mic level inline converter to a line level converter. Sound it GREAT! Still not sure why it made a difference for YouTube stream vs Vimeo stream but answers would be lovely

Ran an internal company live stream today Learned the difference between mic level and line level audio...and almost had a heart attack in the midst of it.

Details in thread

What's cool about this is that you can just set up a login script that runs the skyline generator and you get a new wallpaper every time you log in :D

@ashur as you can see I figured out how to make a bigger image, but I'm confused as to what the last parameter (which I set to 20 here, because 5 made the image too small for some reason) does.

Tiny Skyline wallpaper generated thanks to @ashur's @tinyskylines bot located at: github.com/ashur/tinyskylines

Modify the last line to (300, 150, 20) for something more 1080p friendly.

Been looking at both Tiny Tiny RSS and Huginn lately. I'll probably set up a tt-rss server soon but Huginn's gonna take a little while longer.

Might post a guide for setting up tt-rss with Docker and an nginx reverse-proxy container

How the fuck did that circumflex accent get on top of that A??

@ashur Like, I'm just going through all of these and they're gorgeous, but they're also small for a desktop and don't upscale as well as I'd like

Hey @ashur if I wanted a wallpâper sized tiny skyline, how would I go about getting one of those?

If you're looking for some good vibe type music, check out some of the stuff from S U R V I V E band @ survive.bandcamp.com or on Spotify

I'm not sitting here smelling a spoon I used to stir my coffee with, what are you talking about?

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