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>GNU coreutils is the standard user land toolset for Linux

Listen here you little shit

@jk yes I have both blank tiles here, this is the word "an:"

i remember the first time i ever booted up ubuntu in like 2007 or something. i was like, ah its brown, pretty 70s i guess

@kel IIRC, no.

Looked at ports, appearantly it was prone to random build failures (???)

oops, looks like isn't available on OpenBSD packages anymore...

@ekaitz_zarraga It sounds kinda silly, but I'm missing the days we used to build sites with plain HTML. I mean the modern web would be impossible without what already exists, but even an old Perl script seems like a less complex alternative

Probably easier to maintain for a lot of cases too

You know, I see this kind of artwork in Mastodon marketing images, then one arrives and it's black and grey and 1990s cyberpunk.

Perhaps it wouldn't hurt if the default presentation was more... social?

(Did I just do the UX equivalent of "you should smile more"? 🤦‍♂️ )

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albums got worse when CDs came out because CDs are too long, nobody can make that much music thats actually good

> our team's Pharah gets POTG

> they stand completely still firing missles into enemy spawn


One moment you're carrying a large bag of Christmas wrapping supplies down the stairs, then the next...

I miss my original Palm Pilot. The greatest hand-held device ever made.

today What's Good is how the two engineers who designed the Commodore 64's VIC-II video chip chose 16 very specific colors that profoundly affected the aesthetics of the thousands of games produced for the C64 in the decades since. I sometimes wonder what their office looked like, what kind of music they were listening to. Every color choice is a moment in time, only a few echo for decades.

Unpopular opinion: Dark themes are a meme. F.lux/redshift/Night Shift/etc are more effective in stopping eye strain and improving sleep cycles, especially at night. A dark theme doesn't solve the underlying issues.

I use a light theme with F.lux cranked up to max nowadays.