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kinda politics, vaccines 

>be me
>coding a project at home
>uses desktop
>goes on holiday, brings laptop to code
>forgot to git push at home

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@typomustakes oh my goodness, found an app on fibroid and wow this project has came a long way since I last looked.

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(I used my car yesterday, forgot to clarify that)

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I say possibly even more reliable because it also warned me of minor details like a pedestrian crosswalk coming up, something I never heard in Waze or Google Maps before

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For some time I'd be hesitant to rely on OSM's (openstreetmaps) GPS navigation to safely get me from point A to point B so I started with my bicycle. Worked well.

Yesterday I went on a full night ride. I went through 2 cities and also used the highway. Not once was it unclear for me where it wanted me to go, nor did it give me false directions.

Seems OSM is completely reliable, heck, maybe even more so than Waze or the likes

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RT @kuschku@twitter.com

PSA: DO NOT UPGRADE TO UBUNTU 21.10 IF YOU USE ZFS. DO NOT create a new installation of Ubuntu 21.10 with ZFS either.

It *will* corrupt your filesystem irreparably. There’s a warning in the release notes – but only after 2800 words >_>

bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+sou

🐦🔗: twitter.com/kuschku/status/145

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youtu.be/FZvee3-PEzo

Based Mrwhosetheboss

For the longest time I thought this guy was just some tech reviewer (he might be idk) but this video is greatly thought-provoking

Turns out my girlfriend's dad has a 3D printer. I will absolutely 100% build a split keyboard with it. I'm thinking about those split, ergonomic designs that cost a fortune to buy.

I'd probably buy an Arduino Nano and use QMK to make the firmware (i probably could write my own firmware but come on, it's open source, why make it again is someone has already done it (i can still modify it though)) and solder the switches instead of using a board.

Hmm how about... box navy switches?

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context: i'm writing a C# tutor program in python for a friend who wants to learn to code in C# and I was writing comments in org mode

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