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Cake day: Sep 24, 2021


This image never fails to make me laugh, and I’ve seen it at least 10 times by now.

Lemmur is currently broken. Jerboa is your best bet. You can find an APK on github, or you can get it on F-droid afaik.

What are they gonna do if he broke the contract’s terms? Sanction him?

We are fed the lie that the US is the most powerful country in the world since birth. Great to see it isn’t the truth.

China is the most powerful country on earth

That statement always gives me goosebumps

Maybe it’s because I haven’t tried VR in any meaningful way yet, but I can’t imagine VR going beyond gaming (not that this article implied otherwise). All this Metaverse stuff don’t seem viable to me that much. It will exist, I doubt it, but it will not be used in a serious manner in the long term.

I think the messaging industry has reached its peak. All niches have been filled already, and no new messenger can pass through. It is the perfect time to do something like this.

Note: By messaging industry, I mean personal messengers like Whatsapp, Messenger, Telegram, and Signal. I believe that Team/Group messengers like Discord, Slack, MS Teams can still be dethroned. None of them checks all the boxes.

This would be beneficial if you’re not a user, but want to watch a video that someone sent you. The main problem is that it lacks the FYP (For you page), which is the endless stream of videos Tiktok’s algorithm thinks you should be interested in.

Obviously, most here would agree that the lack of the FYP is a good thing. Not disagreeing, just thought it was worth mentioning.

Probably never gonna use it as I prefer KDE, but this seems like a great update.

After years of using Linux and recommending it to advanced and casual users alike, the safest option was Linux Mint. Similar interface to Windows, works great out of the box, and has enough GUI menus so that you rarely have to mess with the terminal. 100% recommend it over Ubuntu and PopOS.

If you are advertising yourself as a privacy respecting website, you can’t “forget” to disable tracking. It says a lot about your competence and credibility if you do.

I’ve been using it for more than a month after I made that post. Its great, I like it a lot. The software manager is usable, but still the worst part of the system, like all the Linux distros I’ve used.

Just curious: I always see your comments at the top of threads even though they aren’t upvoted. Is this by design or just a coincidence? Too lazy to check the source.

Modern alternatives to the Clean Code book?
I'm a junior developer, and I'm looking for a book that teaches code design concepts. Clean Code is the most recommended book I saw, but it is also extremely controversial. Any alternatives to read? I'm not a complete beginner as I have a Bachelor's degree in CS, but I'm fairly new to the concept of writing "clean code".

What stickers do you have on your laptop?
Sharing a picture is appreciated! If you don't have any, why not?