Watching “The Ricklantis Mixup”, with the Citadel of Ricks election/takeover, rather than any political shit from this shitty timeline.
“What is it?” “It’s a book. A non-volatile data storage mechanism. Everyone should have one.” —Blank Reg
Obligatory micro.blog photo test. Can’t get it to show up as a share action from Camera+.
I have better coffee at home, but I like a trashy double tall hazelnut latte when I’m out.
WordPress just told me I have a bunch of updates, so I pushed the button, at my convenience. iPhone has a bunch of updates, but I certainly don’t have autoupdate turned on, I’ll look at those when I feel like it.
I don’t understand how people put up with their software deciding to “update” on them without permission.
Mac is insistent with the “updates waiting” dialog, but you can tell it to fuck off indefinitely.
Linux is like a broken car you have to go dumpster-diving to find new parts for.
But Windows breaks into your home to change your shit around. Just no.
In which millennials try to recall kindergarten pre-iPhone
iPhone was nice, but not a big change to my lifestyle; I already had a Treo, and before that a LifeDrive, and before that a Palm III, and had Internet since before I was boinking those kids’ mothers. I was basically the model for the Mondo 2000 “R.U. A Cyberpunk” poster (the joke being R.U.Sirius was… nevermind), and yes, I read Mondo2k & Wired before they were dead and/or uncool.
Pseudo-Nerds who make the argument “exercise is like levelling up!” are not very good players. Not Meta.
After sleep, food, life bullshit, email, meetings, etc., you get at best 8 XP (hours) and more often just 4, per day to work on whatever skills you like.
If you spend 1-2 per day on PE, you’re wasting 12.5-25% of your potential just to multiclass as Nerd/Jock, rather than those who spend all of their XP levelling Nerd skills.