Why I start hating to build free software are comments like these:
"Gadgetbridge always fetch wrong data from my watch. It seems like there is no plan to solve this issue. I'm totally disappointed."
Any idea how to deal with people who use software that was created by volunteers in their free time, and then complain and demand?
HELLvetica. Like helvetica, but with like, much shittier kerning for Halloween.
"Tiny Tunes" by #Millencolin was released 25 years ago today and renamed to "Same Old Tunes" after legal threats later. Memories...
If I had a workspace at home I wished it looked like this. (via #FutilityCloset: https://www.futilitycloset.com/2019/10/25/elevated-thoughts/)
One of my audience lingers after I have finished my story.
"I missed the start, where's that from?"
"Nowhere, I made it up myself," I reply.
He looks baffled. "Is that allowed?"
In some other reality I am cool; say "No" and walk away.
In this, I open my wallet. "I have a permit."
#MicroFiction #TootFic #SmallStories
Just in case you want to upgrade the RAM of your Super Snapshot V5: https://low.audioattack.de/changing-the-ram-chip-of-the-super-snapshot-v5
#c64 #SuperSnapshot #commodore64
There is an open source software to sort channels (https://github.com/PredatH0r/ChanSort). It was easier to:
* export the list
* boot Windows
* download the software
* edit the list
* import the list
than to use the TV's UI. And the TV even dares to call itself "smart". What a train wreck!