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I mark the passage of time by how often I think "computers were a mistake".

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I think what excites me about things like is that it's simple enough I can wrap my head around it and a nice community around it. Gemini will probably never "take over the world", and I question if that's even desirable. It's just fun to play with and I like seeing what people can do with it.

For a while good ide support was the main missing tool but some time in the past 2 years rust-analyser has reall gotten there. And it's fast that other lsp servers I've used.

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The longer I use it and the more I look at other langs the more I think has the right of things. It upholds its core goals while being flexible and accommodating to as many use cases as possible. I really appreciate that it comes with first class tooling out of the box.

Why do techbros always think that their ideas are the best in the world and that every form of customizability is inherently shit...

stop using "master/slave" to describe your software relationships. instead, try alternatives like "dominant/submissive"

do you think my future university mathematics students will respect and admire me more if i exclusively teach as a v-tuber

saying "he or she" instead of "they" but replacing it with two arbitrary neopronouns instead, like "xe or ey", and picking different ones for every use
This was a real scummy thing for Nintendo to do (even though they have done worse in the past). Nintendo Switch users need to read this.

The #coop I work with is #hiring.

We do things with open data for public good and social change.

Equal pay (£40k/pa), flat structure, remote work. Flexible working with part time options. Lots of benefits.

Happy to answer questions here another way (

#coopjobs #cooplife #opendata

I don't give a fuck about self-driving cars.

I want free, public, A+ quality transport for everyone and cities that don't project mobility as "having a car"

@haskal ... it's source code only..... none binary............

Do you think man pages are an obsolete way to distribute documentation and that we should stop caring about them?

I see more and more projects not distributing man pages, I suppose youngest generations doesn't use man pages?


Why does every conversation I have about the future of Linux turn into an argument about why capitalism ruins everything. - oh i love this hot take on the github copilot machine learning fair use debate

If you use Gemini, what percentage of your online time is spent in geminispace?

#FediPoll #Gemini

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