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Cake day: Apr 12, 2021


he was thinking of women as sexual objects, educate yourself

How can one educate themselves about other people’s thoughts?

In 2020, CSIS recorded 110 domestic extremist attacks. Of those, two thirds were from the far right, about a quarter from the far left, and the remainder were driven by religious or “ethnonationalist” causes.

I highly doubt the leftist attacks warrant a terrorism stamp since most of them are against property, not people. But then again, in the US of A, property is worth more than people.

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ml/post/71874 > **Werbung von den Entwicklern!** > > Am 29. April erscheint das taktische Bergsteigerspiel Insurmountable auf STEAM. Im Live-Talk mit Bergsteigerlegende Reinhold Messner besprechen wir, wie realistisch das innovative Adventure Rogue-like ist. Klettert der Tod jedes Mal mit? > > → fand ich interessant, obwohl es ja eine Werbeveranstaltung ist. Reinhold Messner sieht man aber nicht jeden Tag…

that it’s probably not the end of the world if you don’t get an offer

Studies suggest it’s rather random and depends on too many factors you can’t even control.

Good advice. I’d add a recruiter to coach you for free only that you can dump them later.

Also LinkedIn and Xing are huge in non US countries.

Went to a recruiter, had them offer 5 jobs, did 3 interviews and took the 6th job at a friend’s company.

Put keywords in your CV, let recruiters help you brush it up. IT skills are in insane demand worldwide right now.

Can vouch for Geany, used it for years until I switched to Kate because Qt. It’s highly customizable with plugins and you can basically rewrite the whole GUI in Python.

This one was really interesting, thank you for providing your view on the topic :)

Serpentza’s opinion on wealth gaps in China… Watch that whole video BTW, they both say really racist stuff against latinos too.

Yeah, watch the whole video. Maybe try to understand that living “above” people is not a positive thing. The comments below are painting a clear picture on what kind of subreddit GenZedong really is.

Before you comment on that I posted from helix@lemmy.ml and not helix@feddit.de: Feddit doesn’t federate with Lemmygrad and I couldn’t reply with that user.

no worries :)

I can really recommend watching his channel. You have to watch a few videos to get his personality, but then you find out he provides a really unique view and explanations of Chinese culture which really made me appreciate China a lot.

Most people who really hate him are Chinese nationalists. Sure, he’s also doing a bit of propaganda and often blows his experiences out of proportion, but you can easily filter through that if you speak English well.

He always differentiates between the CCP and China and “the Chinese”, where he always stresses that there’s not the stereotypical Chinese person, but that there are many regions with many different cultural identities and interesting people and places to visit.

I don’t really get that. The Unity desktop experience can be replicated very well with both KDE and Gnome nowadays, so what does Unity offer apart from hemorrhaging developer resources?

The article answers none of the question I have after reading the title, as always.

Can you provide sources to that statement? Would love to learn more.

There’s not a single mention of Minetest by them in this thread. Even if they’d discredit everything, it’s a logical fallacy to think they’re wrong just because they hold views you don’t agree with.

That’s called the genetic fallacy.

Europe is not a country, but the GDPR is pretty good. It gets enforced in Germany, France, Switzerland, Italy and many other countries in Europe quite effectively with high fines.

They also all have very invasive intelligence agencies, as @pinknoise@lemmy.ml already mentioned.

also I suggest that both of you stop arguing, because it is not going anywhere. Just accept that you disagree, and ignore each other.

Good idea, sorry.

I never said they weren’t both my accounts. Stop seeing nazi ghosts and fuck off, please.

This user is operating with 2 accounts, @helix@lemmy.ml and @Helix@feddit.de

Thanks for reminding me. That’s clearly to throw you off and dogwhistle some more. It’s not because all lemmies look the same and this federation thing is a bit confusing sometimes.

You call other people racist, which in my book is a serious crime, and then cry about when they tell you to fuck off? What are you, 12? Or have you simply never grown up?

Stop causing drama and stop trolling me. The new ignore feature will be live in a few weeks and I can’t wait to test it on you.

I don’t even know what a “12yo p*jeet ROM” is. After a short research I found out it’s a derogatory term for people shitting in the street, who in my understanding probably don’t even have the means to create ROMs as they don’t have access to more basic infrastructure needed to piece them together. Your allegation doesn’t even make any sense.

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does that still work? If so, how? Just entering it into the search box doesn’t seem to work (anymore) for me.

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Tilde.fun Wiki page about starting with Ham Radio
I'd love to add more resources; the German version is fleshed out a bit more. Feel free to link resources for starting here and I'll add them :)

On the 11th of May 2020, the Guild Wars 2 servers had an outage. One GW2 sysadmin breaks down what happened in a post mortem with a lot of inside information and lessons learned.

Doesn't replace a medical doctor, of course, but it's surprisingly accurate in my experience!

Zhaoxin: Chinesische GPU läuft im Heaven-Benchmark
Nach eigenen x86-CPUs mit S3 Graphics entwickelt Zhaoxin auch eigene Grafikkarten: Ein erster GPU-Prototyp ist funktionsfähig. In China werden nicht nur GPUs für Cloud-Server entworfen, sondern auch für Spiele: Glenfly hat eine Grafikkarte gezeigt, die mit Technik von Zhaoxin entstanden ist und den Heaven-Benchmark mit rund 30 fps durchlaufen kann.

Neue Community: Spiele
Hier geht's um Computer- und Brettspiele, auf deutsch.

Not Watching E3 Is The New Watching E3 (The Jimquisition)
E3 happened, and it was a particularly mediocre one this year. Let's face it though, even when it's at its best, E3 isn't really that important or vital. It's always been guff, and always will be guff. Rather than subject myself to the hype and lies this year, I decided to innovate a new E3 coverage style that involves watching as little E3 as possible. It was a very good idea.

We are listening closely to your feedback, and have identified and resolved a number of issues. These fixes are included in patch 3.52, which will be live on all platforms soon. ### Patch Notes - Significantly improved and streamlined the freighter upgrade control menu, which includes access to the options to reset the freighter base. - Fixed an issue that could prevent the SSV Normandy SR1 frigate reward from being redeemed if it was first redeemed with a full fleet, or before acquiring a freighter. - Fixed an issue that could cause music to stop playing in the Space Anomaly and photo mode. - Fixed a bug that could cause the death quote screen to display at the incorrect size when running with DLSS enabled. - Fixed an issue that could cause some planets to not look wet during ambient rain. - Fixed an issue that could cause photo mode screenshots to get cut off in VR when running with DLSS enabled. - Fixed an issue that could cause the stars on some planets to appear overly large with some resolutions and DLSS quality settings. - Improvements to ensure more consistent behaviour across the different photo mode settings. - Made a change so the cockpit remains visible when transitioning to the Galaxy Map in VR. - Fixed a bug that caused the transition to play twice when entering a vehicle in PSVR. - Improved the appearance of the UI in VR when using a refiner or performing a maintenance interaction. - Fixed some clipping text in the inventory screen in VR. - Added a popup for players running outdated drivers on compatible NVIDIA RTX cards, encouraging a driver update in order to enable DLSS support. - Fixed an issue that could cause photo mode screenshots to appear black with DLSS enabled. - Fixed an issue that could prevent mission notifications from displaying. - Fixed an issue that could prevent build menu tutorial hints from displaying. - Fixed an issue that prevented display of the player’s balance of Salvaged Data when using research trees, such as the Construction Research Station aboard the Space Anomaly. - Updated the in-game patch notes to reflect the Prisms update.

The company making this calls themselves [Talon Precision Optics](https://talonprecisionoptics.com/) nowadays and you can hook up your tablet or smartphone to your scope. They market their gear towards hunters. Wonder if military uses this technology too, or if they don't even care about precision.

What do you think is missing from NMS?
I really, really like NMS. It's basically what I wanted from Freelancer back then. It "only" needs "a few" things for me to be the nearly perfect space exploration game: * a story with actual **characters** * no lore, but a story * maybe nice little conspiracy with you inbetween a few factions like in Freelancer? * Or the clone thing from Everspace 1? * I'd pay for this as an expansion for maybe 20-40€. * way better flight mechanics/combat * Everspace 1. Period. * better balanced permadeath mode. * it's super hard to get to your starter ship if you spawn on a harsh planet * it's pure RNG, if you spawn on an "easy" planet the whole game becomes a cakewalk * anyway, once you find your ship and warp to orbit, you can barely die. * you can die from bullshit however. I lost ~20 hours of permadeath save because I landed on a space station, the collision of which disappeared suddenly, I fell through but a wave of damage hit me with no way to escape * disable camera mode, it's basically a cheat. * roguelike mode in addition to permadeath * you can "park" any secondary ships on the Anomaly or your freighter * if you die, your freighter crew doesn't die with you * save game is not deleted, but reset to 0 units, all inventory is lost, all ships but one are lost and that's your new starter ship * every time you die in roguelite mode, you get sent to a harsher planet. * if you died 10 times, you'll get to a planet without air and a single ferrite node in the distance * on-foot combat like in Elite Dangerous. * doesn't even need to be better than in Elite or what Squadron 42 is trying. * Randomly generated missions are fine. * Maybe add a few story missions, but you don't even need many different base parts or map layouts for that. What would you need for it to be perfect? I think I'll edit this post later. Elite Dangerous is too boring for me. It's basically just warp–get fuel–warp–get fuel. The planets all look the same. In NMS the variety of planets is great since 2.0 or so!