hey this offer goes out to other people too. (boosts welcome)
but also, I highly recommend your writing center if your school has one
I try to learn electronics and programming in my free time, but those projects move very slowly.
How to cool your RPI4...
"throw money at the problem!" 🤣 🤣
autism; ableist stuff and eugenics Show more
people really genuinely misunderstand autism. its not a disease, and its not a malfunction. its just peoples brains being structured differently. they can perceive just as much as everyone else; we just interpret the input differently, or have a hard time understanding the input. because of this, you cannot separate someone from their autism, because the autism IS how we UNDERSTAND the world. you would have to alter someones comprehension, which would completely alter the person. which means, you cannot separate an autistic person from their autism. autism is just describing HOW our brains work.
All y'all programmers, and I'm *still* out here at 28 just tryna get by as a script kiddie from your crumbs of wisdom!
+ I'm old enough to remember the Web of the 1990s/ 2000s.
It was a maze. You followed hypertext links, stumbled into forums and early troll-caves, used Slashdot and GoTo, experimented with LiveJournal and Blogger.
It wasn't safe, it was filled with weirdness, appealed heavily to geeks and loners. Being on the web in that era was a serious trip.
But it wasn't corporate. It wasn't the tool of major governments, yet. It was defiantly decentralised, and when you were online...
... you felt free.
cis dude writers writing women be like "she breasted boobily across the room"
~ The Web ~
- The 90's:
Small displays, lots of condensed text, Accurate inputs.
- The 00's:
Big displays, lots of text, accurate inputs.
- The 10's:
Tiny displays, very little text in big stylish fonts, clumsy inputs.
Ah, the march of progress. 🖥️
Casual and silly non-violent driving adventure Car Quest
Fantastic Zelda-like adventure Incredible Mandy
Beautiful and fun co-op adventure Pode
Challenging Sokoban-like Pipe Push Paradise
Speedy and challenging retro-platformer Jumpjet Rex
Technical platformer with gravity inversion The Sun and Moon
The Washington Post's motto is "democracy dies in darkness".
A subscription to the Washington Post's digital edition costs $100 per year.
The Washington Post is owned by Jeff Bezos.
Jeff Bezos makes enough money in a little over than 40 days to buy every single one of those 86.6 million people a subscription.
So it's clearly not lack of money that causes the Washington Post to have a paywall.
Which means there's only one possible reason for their tagline to be "democracy dies in darkness".
It's not a foreboding warning. It's their mission statement.
got my flu shot
finally, i can lick all doorknobs without being judged
Ec, hellsite, "OK Boomer," AARP Show more
Imagine this would change the youth's opinions about boomers...rather than completely validate the point of the phrase "OK Boomer":
funny how my work ethic simply degrades the longer I exist in a capitalist framework
well, turns out their payment processor doesn't accept Discover cards overseas, and that's the only card I've gotten a replacement for so far. Oh well! I can wait an extra week or so.
I'll need to give my N64 an RGB mod, but I'm excited to use it on my Genesis and Amigas! (not to mention, upscale my PS2 which doubles as my DVD player!!)
i used to slap that bad boy into the IRC channels all the time. I even had a macro shortcut in mIRC for it.
#internethistory whoa, I think that for the past few years i've been searching "whatever lol" every time I wanted to copy-paste "¯\_(ツ)_/¯"
but this I searched "idk lol" and was slapped in the face with the reminded that that emoticon is the *SEQUEL* to the original "idunnolol" emoticon: ¯\(°_o)/¯
jesus christ this post just rung my doorbell and punched me in the face when i answered