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Cake day: Feb 20, 2021


There are always a risk of losing money for either loaning or investing, especially if you don’t know about that stuff.

i would watch as they air, because i know that if i wait until the series ends i will not bw able to control myself and will stay up late to finish them in one night

we already know its various (mis-)features from the iOS release so i’m not quite surprised about this

some instances also block pleroma instances that use soapbox fe. their reason is because the dev is terf so users must also be terf

you may want to look up nomad identity

i’m on mobile and see the svg just fine

that sounds like a forum to me, with topics and subtopics hierarchy. discourse is like that isn’t it?

pretty sure she took once in the episode where doofenshmirtz make a machine to erase photos

I saw a comparision with cell cycle yesterday and I think it’s more apt

Electron apps is essentially running web apps wrapped as a desktop version.

worse even: it includes different copies of chromium in each app

try firefox’s reader mode

i think the second one is libreoffice

Why, they are literally the antithesis of anarchy. I also don’t understand why any communist like Russia: it’s what comes after USSR loss to capitalism

Did covid even go away?

Will they hire any developers that use a modern GNU+Linux OS as their daily driver?

Will any developers that use a modern GNU+Linux OS as their daily driver want to work for them?

If you mean non-eurocentric, non-US-centric ones:

If you mean having people from many places, pretty much all instances I know are hosted by Europeans or USian, but have members from elsewhere.

On Pleroma, it doesn’t matter much. There is less connection between instance members on Pleroma in my experience, since the instance timeline contains not only their posts, but also their replies to other.

Even burning with no casualties have more media coverage

Esperanto is still eurocentric. That is, it is only easy to learn because you already know English, and perhaps another European language. Lojban or toki pona would be a better option.

I use florisboard so there is no dictionary suggestion whjch is, as you said, hard to tyoe correctly. I find it frustrsting and sometimes too tired to correct them unless it’s absolitely unreadsble

I make two categories: permanent bookmarks (ones that I visit frequently or just keep there for future reference) and short-term bookmarks (ones to be acted upon once and then removed). The former stays in the bookmark folder (or its children) and the latter stays on the bar. If they overflow the bar it’s a person problem, not a methodology problem.

You can create a new profile on firefox


What’s about it?

As for cross platform, there are Element and FluffyChat. There is also nheko I can recommend for desktop and cinny on web. Here is a comparison between different clients fyi.

If you don’t insist on matrix, Snikket might be a good option too.

It’s probably not copyrightable but it’s trade secret.

Food as a Service

Installing an OS is hard. That’s why most people don’t do that

I can’t wrap my head around the idea of letting some other country’s military have bases in your country.

Mass surveillance ethicless tracking you antisocial

“Man” is a fine interjection but “woman” is not
Woman, English is weird.

[Original comics](https://xkcd.com/2462/) The text on the right is the title text. # Gloss (Lemmy parsed these dotted gloss as links, smh) Ponytail: ! this-prize-nom.mt.sg Nobel-gen.mt.sg you-dat.wo.sg we\_exclusive-nom.plaward-ind.prs.prf Hairy: ! that-nom.sg be-ind.prs.cnt rock-nom.ea.sg Ponytail: . yes but if you-nom.wo.sg look-sub.prs.prf other-angle-abl.mt.sg, Text: . NASA start-ind.prs.prf award new-prize-acc.mt.sg people-dat.ea.plwho-nom.pl say-ind.prs.prf world-computer-net-dat.mt.sg infind life.acc.wo.sg fire-star-gen.fi.sg number-picture-dat.fi.pl Title text: . fire-star-gen.fi.sg life-acc.wo.sg find-gen.ea.sg to\_purpose,make-sub.prs.prf picture-machine-acc.mt.sg and it-acc.mt.sg send-sub.prs.prffire-star-dat.fi.sg . that-when-dat after search\_for-sub.prs.prfdog-acc.ea.pl and plant-acc.wo.pl picture-dat.fi.pl in Translation note: * NASA is an organization so its name isn't translated if not necessary. * "Mars" whose translation is literally "Fire star", is a calque from Chinese * "Photo" is literally "digital picture". Normally, this distinction is not important, but in this case it is to emphasize it is not a drawing. "Digital" is also a calque. # Pronunciation Note for tones: * level tone (a): /˧˧/ * rising tone (á): /˧˥/ * falling tone (à): /˥˩/ /ki.dúɲ.ga.so nu.bel.ko lúk.da rèχ.sə˧˥ χaːs.wú.ʔa//las wí.tar goŋ.si//daː gai̯.ʔa χaːswúz səŋ.dúɲ.ga.no lìmdí də baŋ.sì zaː tanaːŋ.dè.leː χan.ner.moχ.do jos dák.zə siː.vəl.men.na raː.té.reŋ.keva.lu.ɣós.meŋ.de jos//raː.té.reŋ.ke siː.vəl.men.na dák.ki jaɲ daʊ̯.ʔu ɣós.meŋ.χó.no nòːrtèn.no siː.pu raːtéːreŋ.de//la.hip.də mús.neχ dá cu wuːp.ni nòːr daːn.rá.na ɣós.meŋ.dé jos/ # Grammar Some notable features: * 5 genders, named after the five phases in [wǔxíng](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wuxing_(Chinese_philosophy)). * Sentence punctuation is at the beginning. * [A glyph structure](https://git.disroot.org/huyngo/conlang/raw/branch/master/src/haasdaiga/glyph.png) similar to Korean: built from individual letters. * Agglutinative and has vowels, consonants, and tones as inflection unit.

First post, just realized I can put text in image post unlike on Reddit.