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I’m so tired of software developers making their code clever at the expense of readability

Anna and Elsa’s father is correct zero percent of the time. This is my major complaint with the franchise, and just about every other movie Disney makes.

And now they’re both dancing to Hoppípolla. The world is abundant.

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6yo is teaching 4yo to play chess. My work here is done.

@dd
people: "static linking is bad"
me: "haha, portable binary goes brrr"

Aaaand my wife’s grocery order was given to someone else…

Thought I’d join in on . I have not one but *two* windows, plus a third if you count the company laptop. The ThinkPad on the right is my personal laptop for use doing research I don’t need VPN access for

The Colors of Saturn from Cassini

Image Credit: NASA, ESA, JPL, ISS, Cassini Imaging Team; Processing & License: Judy Schmidt

apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap200330.ht #APoD

Every once in a while I remember that brutaldon.online exists, and that I can therefore browse my timeline from w3m. This makes me happy.

Bubble maps are all the rage, but they’re not effective at communicating relative scales timr.co/a-pandemic-of-bubble-m

Hit my goals for this weekend, and I attended a wedding via Zoom, so I’m pretty much killing it over here

Why wife laughed when she saw this, so I think it’s okay for me to share it with all of you

I published an article about #openbsd current frequent questions hoping this will help people looking for -current.

if you have questions about -current I will add them and answers to that article.

dataswamp.org/~solene/2020-03-

So dump(8) exists and now I'm not sure why I need another backup solution.

When is it time to abandon the dumpster fire of web front-end technologies and go back to using thick clients?

thinking about how software companies slowly chip away at the idea of consent by turning every "no" into "not right now," every "stop this" into "do this less often," every "i don't want that" into "maybe later"

Calling all teachers! LibreOffice is a great choice for schools and education – it's free and open source, compatible with Microsoft Office, and you don't have to worry about license fees, subscriptions or software audits. Learn more: blog.documentfoundation.org/bl

mount_ext2fs on OpenBSD, or as I like to call it, mount_optionnotsupported

Just registered for a mail-in ballot since no one knows how long this whole Coronavirus deal is gonna last and I’d like to be able to tick the “not Trump” box regardless.

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