So... the last blogpost for #keybase was in 2020 when Zoom acquired them. I know there were some app updates after that, but that also seemed to have dried up. Is it safe to assume that keybase is dead and move on? Can I self-host their encrypted git stuff by chance?
Found this filter list the other day, makes github feel more like a source forge and less like social media. https://sr.ht/~toastal/github-less-social/
there's a buggy pre-release. the bugs are certainly there, but if you don't mind the occasional bug (and maybe losing your settings. let me know if that happens please), feel free to try it: https://github.com/sk22/megalodon/releases
otherwise, maybe better keep waiting for a more polished experience. don't ask me when
I'm very intrigued by this monitor, but why is the IPS panel so awful? ://www.tomshardware.com/news/new-
Eagerly awaiting the "follow hashtags" feature for takahe. I see it sitting there in the main branch. My soul craves it.
So, if you didn't know, I released a follow-up on Connextras where I expressed my concerns about rooftop solar and how it's tricky to make that fair:
I'm getting a lot of people seemingly arguing with me while agreeing with me, and I can't quite figure this out.
My point was basically that "this is really complicated and I'm not confident we're doing this right or, honestly, can do it equitably at all" and some folks are pushing back at this by saying the system's bad.
My YouTube homepage is full of cringe "How I Make $43452334/hour with ChatGPT" videos and idk how to get rid of them
I was so bored last night that I wrote unit tests before bed. I have woken up absolutely disgusted at myself for even touching pytest at all. Filthy.
When Tesla does stuff like Mahmood outlines here... well honestly that's my biggest beef.
They are arguing some truly wild things. I'd encourage you to check it out.
I've been putting a lot of thought into this recently, but it feels as if the longer tech has matured, the more inconvenient our lives have overall become. It's possible that the age of silicon was a huge mistake.