I am super frustrated.with this steaming pile of turd software that MS calls windows 10. These auto updates always hit at the wrong time, when one is actually tring to do work, and it always breaks something. I am trying to add a pc to a domain. An update that takes 30 min to install, refuses to let me do anything until it reboots. I am an hour and a half from home and stuck $#&^%*?@ with this so the customer can get right to work in the morning with little to no interruption. It is now 5:05pm..

Want a decentralized marketplace that uses cryptocurrencies and no one owns that network? It uses ipfs as its base and each person basically runs their own store?


It is super cool. Heard about it almost a decade ago and now it has really grown into a cool platform for selling and buying stuff.

, you pieces of shit. Putting ads on your site that I accidentally touch and then can't go back, then locks up my phone. Not going back to you shitty site again.

On the one hand, high-stakes testing is pedagogically bankrupt, but on the other hand, it sure produces numbers that universities can focus on increasing, and then trumpet when those numbers are higher than they used to be. I guess that's important?


@onan I looked it up, it looks like it's on Netflix, but I don't have that on my phone, so I can't confirm.

free software politics, clarification 

@tindall I don't understand though. Pleroma was mentioned and I am in the middle of setting up a local pleroma instance. Is there something I should be worries about?

free software politics, clarification 

@ghost_bird @tindall wait, what's wrong with pleroma? I haven't been plugged in to this news cycle, but I have always looked at the pleroma posts and though, 'would it be nice to have some of those features?

But I haven't heard anything bad about it.

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