I assumed that if GPT-3 generated pickup lines, they would be terrible because they would be something like human pickup lines. Instead, they are terrible for more delightful reasons.
It's illegal to enter buildings in the zone as most of them are completely unstable, and due to a new zone administration there's typically no bribing your way out of a situation. Sometimes in the most unsuspecting places you may find street art left behind by a Stalker who risked arrest for something many will never see. Somewhat of a real life Easter egg, or a subtle nod to defiance: "You're not suppose to be here."
Location: Chernobyl Exclusion-zone, Ukraine. 2019.
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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