the black mirror within cries out, goads me to take its time with it

with amateur ideas trampled and torn all over, the panacea floats above its ashes

"who are you?", I cry.

it whispers


yes, I do have an Atelier Sophie banner. no, I dropped the game months ago.

going live, gonna work on and explain our Ceph distributed storage cluster and Kubernetes!

did you know: for every 60 seconds, a slip minute passes

What confined living professionals cherish


1: Have a daily routine
2: Find your mission.
3: Start something new.
4: It's natural to lose motivation
5: Never miss a chance to interact with people

These things are hard to sustain, but that doesn't mean they can't be done.

#coronavirus #コロナウイルス #新型コロナウイルス

How long will I take until I transition to Twitter


the year is 2050. GTK is still preparing the move to version 4, and has collaborated with the FBI to assassinate anyone who mentions the filepicker thumbnail bug. qt stil has an open source version, but it requires you to have create an account with a valid email address and physical address, and limits applications to only containing one window.

microsoft is still "transitioning away from winforms" to the Multiversal Windows Platform, For Real You Guys, We're Doing It Platform. iOS desktop (formerly macOS) has deprecated all system widgets in favour of the cloud. google has created an artificial intelligence to randomly create and deprecate new GUI frameworks, rendering it essentially impossible for anybody but them to create android apps with "native GUIs".

the only usable framework is electron, but everybody hates it because bloat.

as people struggle to find a desktop ui framework that hasn't been bogged down into uselessness by licensing issues or lack of features, a saviour emerges from the heavens: java swing

Three years after the W3C approved a DRM standard, it's no longer possible to make a functional indie browser

Thinking of things that would be cool to do for the OCF in quarantine

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