There is hope for all things but death.
For the last three years, I've taken the silver lining that at least the US was mostly keeping its longstanding destructive streak inward, and facing all the pronounced resistance that its systems were designed to permit.
I'll still hope for the best. As much as I can, given the assassination of a country's #2.
I haven't felt this much dread since 2003.
Meanwhile, I have discovered a COMPLETELY LEGITIMATE set of emoji https://gitlab.com/gregor0/eggplant-in-skintones
Making a face and grumbling about "car privilege" when I offer a ride :|
Just, geez. I assume from the lingo that this is progressive somewhere in the world, but even doing my best to think of as many different competing needs as possible, how does this help human flourishing?
I'm not native to the US or its culture that has been not too subtly spreading across the world, so maybe I'm missing something?
They still took the ride, so I'm not even sure how this could be a deeply held conviction
This is the perfect mix between beautiful and *just why*
Nice touch. Mozilla has also deleted Telemetry data for that period as some users had to enable Telemetry to get the hot-fix.
"In order to respect our users’ potential intentions as much as possible, based on our current set up, we will be deleting all of our source Telemetry and Studies data for our entire user population collected between 2019-05-04T11:00:00Z and 2019-05-11T11:00:00Z."
Ten years ago, a small team of web developers conspired to kill IE6 from inside YouTube and got away with it http://blog.chriszacharias.com/a-conspiracy-to-kill-ie6
There's more to life than branding.
If you can, once in a while, take some time to appreciate the wonders of the world around you.
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