ugh i hate everything
" • HP’s Ink Subscription Has DRM That Disables Your Printer Cartridges • Nest Reminds Customers That Ownership Isn't What It Used to Be • John Deere Just Swindled Farmers out of Their Right to Repair • Ford Tries to Shut Down Independent Repair Tool with Copyright • Nintendo Makes It Clear that Piracy Is the Only Way to Preserve Video Game History • Pacemakers and Piracy: The Unintended Consequences of the DMCA for Medical Implants ...."
as a person who had 0 screenreader experience i really appreciated this article about how screenreader navigation actually-actually works. my assumptions were so wrong.
i’ve been “restoring” my music library and i am very thankful to the developers of beets (http://beets.io) as it saved me quite a few times from id3 tag hell.
i am also very thankful to musicbrainz, and would like to start contributing release data to them as i think that every deserves good id3 tags.
TIL: you can configure a #git remote with multiple push URLs.
It basically allows you to push to multiple remotes at once.
new scheme to help me be lazy in public
thinking about getting “business” cards made so i never have to spell out my personal information to civil servants/customer service representatives who need it for reasons. i could see how someone might argue this is dehumanizing but i dunno. it may reduce data entry errors and no one would have to listen to me sing my “surname song” ever again.
Someone I work with wrote this guide to ANSI escape codes and it is good and on-brand for making little terminal things which are nice:
made my first [code] pull request to an open-source project where i don’t know any of the authors/maintainers: https://github.com/jekyll/jekyll-feed/pull/261 i hooope it gets merrrged.
cinema, netrw, midi, mineral water, ephemeral books, entire civilizations
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