I was doing some continuing education online for a professional license and I watched for 15 minutes before the connection was lost. I got a message from them saying that they had lost the connection to the speaker and to please wait.
Thirty minutes later I was still waiting. Finally, I just refreshed the browser and everything came back, but I lost credit for my time. I bitched because they could have said "refresh" instead "our bad, just wait."
Their excuse: I was using Linux
On GalliumOS now, but always watching for something better
Website owners might want to control every detail about how their sites look and function, but since the beginning, users have always been in control of their own experience. It’s one of the defining features of the Web—whether Facebook likes it or not.https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2020/11/once-again-facebook-using-privacy-sword-kill-independent-innovation
This meme is top tier 😂😂
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@brennen Yes, indeed. In fact there's a pretty neat documentary about the making of the series. The special effects background starts around 8:50 and they show some screens of the actual process
And a bit more about the software and hardware:
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