When you have 30 projects running concurrently.... you get a tray system as a matter of survival. I work directly from the trays, moving them to/from my workbench. No cleanup needed to swap projects - just swap trays. #leanmanufacturing #engineer
I didn't hesitate even for a second to take the quiz.
anyway I only opened this movie to see that shot with the 7 x'es and now i guess I watched the rest of the film
do yall do this? where you just wanna listen to a funny line or see a cool shot you remembered and then you end up watching the whole thing?
Today Mailhog (https://github.com/mailhog/MailHog) bailed me out for the n-teenth time.
This is just a simple project that acts as a mail server and displays all the mail it catches. 'advance' config let you catch and release the mail.
So I bought an iPhone SE after I shattered screen on my OnePlus 3 again. I've been using it for a few weeks.
Android has KDE Connect, but its being broken with *every* *single* *update*. Whereas closed and proprietary iPhone just lets me download photos over PTP.
I thought by using android I'd be closer to idea of having general-purpose computer in my pocket. In reality this isn't what is happening, and as far as *the thing that lets me take photos and make notes* iPhone is better.
I'm talking about this piece -- https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2020/07/laura-ingrahams-descent-into-despair/614245/
Pls Don't read, it's bad.
I thought it would be about internals of fox news, but instead it's about privileged conservative white people whining about being misunderstood, and I keep seeking articles like that for the past months or so, and all of it is just pathetic, and boring and doesn't provide any insight at all.
I started reading The Atlantic around 2016 because they seem to find either upside or normalcy among everyone's gloom. Now I can't opinion pieces any more as it just appears to be really boring conservative whining.
Maybe they've always been right-of-center, and maybe in 2016 their opinions helped to make sense of what is happening, but now it looks like the world just went past them.
I went to grocery store and there was a couple in their 50s not wearing masks, not maintaining social distancing.
They were standing in the line behind me. I ended up putting my grocery bag behind me so I can get some space between them and me.
I didn't say anything to them because I got a feeling it would only start a pointless argument.
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Python programmer, runner, likes 3D printers and making short videos.
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