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Very frustrating to encounter expensive things that feel like frivolous rich-people indulgences but on closer examination appear to be "worth it"
I am making Ross: Dress for Fewer t-shirts and as of right now I feel like this is the silliest joke I've ever made
I think in part I have this sense that I know so little about how ~*actual*~ web sites are made now that I won't be able to do it. (The first part is true but the second is not; I still know html lol)
I have been working on a little project for a friend and I assumed it would cap out at 100 lines of code and so never bothered with a git repo or anything but the thing has just kept growing and growing
when the dmca notice hits
I kind of thing dependency management is such a mess that the == version requirement is a helpful nudge forcing the use of isolated virtual environments, but that seems suboptimal
Activist and botmaker working on transparency, privacy, and copyright stuff. I run FOIA The Dead, too. Formerly EFF.
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