Mastodon feature suggestion:
1. Change the default reply button to only @ the person being immediately replied to and remove all the rest.
2. Add a second button to take over the original "Reply All" functionality, but label it "Yell across the room" so that people are forced to take into account the implications of their actions.
An open letter to Senator Bob Casey on end-to-end encryption
This post is pretty hilarious: person in 2013 baffled by seeing a standard 1960s-1990s compact-cassette 'stop' icon in a 2008 movie, not sure what it could possibly mean.
<< Unlike the Play and Record buttons, which are shown meeting standard interface practices of today, the lineup has that odd orange button that is never shown being used. My best guess, based only on its inclusion with the other two buttons, is that it represents a pause function or stop >>
It turns out that if your #ssh #keys are in the wrong directory or named incorrectly, SSH won't find them and use them. Thanks for the tip, Github: https://help.github.com/en/github/authenticating-to-github/error-permission-denied-publickey#getting-more-details
Browsing iFixit, the only mouse I can find with a repairability score is the Magic Mouse 2, which is a pathetic 2/10: https://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/Magic+Mouse+2+Teardown/51058
If you're trying to preserve your music collection for posterity, which should you purchase: vinyl LPs, which last indefinitely if unused but wear out if played, or CDs, which can decay in as little as 10 years, but can be used to make perfect digital copies?
It seems like the answer may partly depend on whether you expect the collection to actively maintained, or if you expect it to be forgotten and rediscovered many years later.
It's too bad about Client Hints, they seem useful: https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2016/01/leaner-responsive-images-client-hints/
But they aren't implemented in Firefox or Safari. If they were more broadly adopted, it would make it easier to automatically serve responsive images without HTML markup.
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