Also, that user must have an “oddball chipset” on his motherboard. WTF?
Listening to Late Night Linux podcast, and they are the ultimate #linux apologists. They’re talking about a Windows user who tried KDE Plasma. His complaint: desktop feels like beta software and crashes. Their explanation: well, Windows and macOS do too!
Episode 75 of the Jeff Reads His Book #podcast is out finally even though I recorded this garbage a week ago! Our hero Henry has a surprise in his pocket. Find out what it is!
Uploading a #podcast episode now. Who wouldn't want to listen to this!
Some thoughts on my #Atari TT030
Episode 74 of the Jeff Reads His Book #podcast is out now! This exceptionally short chapter is exceptionally free of meaningful content! If that isn't a sales pitch, I don't know what is! Listen in!
Internal pages work great too on the dumb terminal renderer. Time to prep some binaries again!
My silly, little #gemini client now features working favorites (because I didn't want to use the word "bookmarks") and more attractive buttons on Windows. Have to check that its internal pages work on the dumb terminal renderer as well, but they should.
Still entirely written in #Fortran:
As a point of references, we had 699 COVID-19 cases in our county last week and 22 deaths. We're considered a "red" county in Ohio. Those numbers don't include the Cleveland, which is also in the county (just suburbs).
After a long period with no unattended microphones in the house I have had to allowed one to operate for the purposes of hands-free voice based device control. And sure enough…
We were just discussing purchasing an armchair, and have done a flat zero looking online for it because we were talking about getting one at a local shop. 15 minutes later there's a Google ad.
Goodbye #privacy :(
I've started a little series on #gemini concerning my (highly biased) thoughts on certain computers. I've only written two up so far:
Nice addition to the office #atari