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Gmail will block all third party mail clients starting from June: pmail.com/newsflash.htm

That is, unless they pay $4500 minimum for an audit :D

Stop using gmail and enabling their monopolistic practices, if you already haven't.

@yogthos Nice! I think I saw the same goose + goslings on Saturday 😁

@algernon one way to address that problem - I use emacs as my regular terminal now; eshell for general use, vterm for sshing and curses stuff 😛

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This post doesn't seem to be getting shared nearly as much as the #nvidia announcement, which is a shame because it explains all the big picture stuff everybody is wondering about.

blogs.gnome.org/uraeus/2022/05

@aphyr see, for instance, the foolhardiness of my brother’s dog today 😬

@aphyr at least they aren’t swans, the level 💀 encounter

@mcc Yeah, same. I started using it around the same time, been increasingly less impressed with them. In the last year or so, it feels like every other time I've gone to pick up a car it's been missing, or battery dead, or I get moved to another vehicle a minute before my booking starts.

This seems like a very interesting approach - a sort of Clojurescript meta-interpreter to allow for seamless back/front end code communication. I have many questions about how various aspects of it work…I wish source was available, but I suppose that will come later hytradboi.com/2022/uis-are-str

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Much of complexity in software is a result of people trying to solve a hypothetical problem they think they'll have. My experience is that it's always best to write the simplest code that adequately solves the problem you actually have.

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software grousing 

the software we use to make software is split between

a) artifacts of profound depth and multi-layered beauty, honed for purpose by generations of craftspeople - things that may require familiarization and study, but reward the effort with years of aid to thought and effort

b) high-test distillations of the worst tortures our discipline inflicts on the rest of the world, but turned back on a userbase just about capable of operating them by virtue of years of agonizing struggle

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Where do you spend the most time in ?

I am in Local the most tbh

If you can boost it would be nice

@kentoseth Yeah, for sure. I guess I can kind of hope that the network for twitter is slightly different, as (I think?) most people aren't using it for friends-and-family, but rather for "interesting news/people", which may be more fungible and hence easier to swap; you don't need everyone from the old app to switch, merely to find a sufficient number of interesting follows on the new place.
Unfortunately, hard to bet against big tech and $$$ though...

@Nika2022 ah yeah, that can depend on the server - the instance I’m on, Fosstodon, has an English-only rule for public posts (for moderation purposes)

Wow, the local timeline is really exploding; I did not expect such a sudden exodus…remains to be seen how many folks will stick around, but the death of Twitter has surely been coming for some time now; fingers crossed now is the time

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Some people living with disabilities say they are applying for assisted dying because they would rather die than struggle to survive on ODSP toronto.citynews.ca/2022/04/21

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