Update: I tried Sailfish 4.
They don't :(
linux, catgirls, anime eye contact as filtered through monospace text, programming
Sailfish is a faint glimmer of hope, but frankly, I don't think they have the kind of money to throw at UX that MS, or even BlackBerry on its last leg, pumped into their mobile OSs.
I dug up my old Lumia 950 Windows Phone the other day.
Now I'm sad.
I'd convinced myself that Android isn't that bad, really, but half a second of seeing smooth 60fps UI animation, a single reactive swipe of the home screen, and I am (once again) wondering why the world decided that windows phone, and webOS, and Blackberry 10 (aka QNX) had to die, and Android may live.
intel CPU history
intel has made a fuck ton of CPUs. do you know how many? lots of them. every new process requires new factories and all kinds of waste. but did you know there's a DARK secret? ok maybe not DARK or a secret, but something really worth digging in to. so let's look at the history here
Firewall settings fixed, Mastodon version upgraded. It's amazing how resilient my single-user instance was against operator error there.
My web interface was several minor versions behind the server, and I accidentally made my firewall settings much more draconian (the docker container could not make outbound connections, only answer nginx requests).
And yet the experience was still bearable enough I put off fixing things for almost two weeks.
I like robots, obsolete technology, and terrible puns.
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