"What's your greatest weakness?"
"I'm particularly vulnerable to fire and piercing damage."
@rtwx Well now I'm insulted. I have a Panasonic microwave, and it has offered no such opinions!
My beef with "the Chipotle of x" restaurants is if you put *everything* Chipotle offers on a burrito, you'll get a tasty-if-overstuffed burrito. Try that at Pieology or what have you and you get a gross mess, so you have to be culinarily savvy and make some difficult edits.
The first time I went to a place like that I was mentally drained at the end of the ordering process and felt triumph when my pizza was reasonably palatable. If I wanted to work that hard for dinner I'd stay home and cook.
Parallel imported as thy only sell the 32L model here in NZ (I got the 18L), and no other biking models have the integrated rain cover and hydration pack slot. Also it’s half the price of the hiking version locally which doesn’t even have the rain cover.
For real, though.
I have a PHP-based ActivityPub (micro)blogging service and platform I have begun work on. It is extremely early stages, because I do not have a high rate of code output, but I DO have good project organizational skills and structural design.
A bad idea: Nextcloud signs public letter, opposing German plan to force decryption of chat https://nextcloud.com/blog/a-bad-idea-nextcloud-signs-public-letter-opposing-german-plan-to-force-decryption-of-chat/ #nextcloud #community #blog
"The Spanish DPA issued its first major GDPR fine - $283,000, against the Professional Football League. The League's mobile app obtained access to microphones after user accepted T&C, turned them on once every minute during matches and cross-referenced location data to identify bars that broadcasted matches without paying for a license. There was no clear info about this practice and no possibility to withdraw consent."
Isn't the NZ Labour Govt doing well! /sarcasm
Also sounds like they're hiking taxes to cover all the money they're giving out.
So predictable, that's what they always do. If they did what they said, or said what they were actualy going to do then I wouldn't hav an issue. But every time they get in power it's the same false bullshit.
Labour used to be for the worker, now they're for those that don't work.
We think backdooring messenger apps is a bad idea. Just like it was in 1993...
Mozilla Foundation vs Corporation
I think it's time that we admit to ourselves that there's no room in the market for a company that just makes a browser, even with all the other crap they're trying to commercialize, any more than there was room in the market for Netscape. Heck, Microsoft can't even make a browser.
The web is dead, and its rotting corpse is owned by Google.
Jolla - the makers of mobile Linux OS Sailfish: translators needed!
Jolla is getting ready for the Sailfish OS 3.1.0 release.
This time (Round 1 of 2) there are about 210 strings to be translated depending on the language.
Jolla kindly asks the community to help with translations until Saturday, 15th June.
Please participate if You're able!
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