I have encountered more image descriptions on Mastodon in 24 hours than I have in Twitter in a couple of years. Seriously. I'm not exaggerating.
As a blind person, this means a lot to me. If you read this and you describe your images, thank you so, so, so much on behalf of all of us. If you don't, now you know you'll be helping random Internet strangers make sense of your posts by typing in a few more words than usual.

I know I'm late to the party saying this, being that it's almost March, but 2019 was fucking wild for me in a not-good way.

Arch is a lot easier than I thought it would be. Every problem I've had has taken less than 10 minutes to fix.

Also not sure if I should bother posting selfies here or not, so I'm going to let you lot decide if you get to see my ugly ass.

TIL my network problem with Gnome Boxes happened to just be the ping command not working for some reason. Oh, the joys of running "pacman -syyy" for the hell of it.

Context for last toot: I've been toying with Arch in a VM so I can get the courage to be that asshole running it on bare metal.

Maybe I shouldn't do nerdy stuff when I'm sleep deprived. Dependency Hell is 1000x worse when you're awake at 5

whoops, I can't type.

oh githun, you sweet summer child

So I now have both a blank Githun AND a blank Gitlab

TIL my phone screen is AMOLED, and because of this, there's an objective advantage to me using dark themes on everything. And that's a shame, because I wanted to like light themes again

My understanding of IPv4 exhaustion timeline:

2011: we are out of IPs.
2012: we are really out of IPs.
2014: we are really really out of IPs.
2015: we are really really really out of IPs.
2017: we really really really really are out of IPs.
2018: we really really really really really are out of IPs.
2019: we are really really really really really really out of IPs.

straight girls be like: when men treat me like a human being😍😍😍
are u ok blink if you are ok

So ya girl has a Raspberry Pi. It's smaller than I thought it'd be. It's also more sluggish, but I think that's me doing something wrong.



I'm not lifting a finger. Websites can damned-well stop using ad delivery networks that abuse users.

Also, not sure if it's the book I got, or if the A+ test is more Windows-centric than I'd like.

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