I was trying to show a coworker something on my site at work and it looked absolutely bonkers on Explorer 🤮. We also have Chrome 👿 and Edge 😡 available but it still didn't look right. I guess I need one of those badges from the 90s that says "This site works best on Firefox 🧡" ('cept the cool kids were using Netscape back then).
Anyone have any experience growing Camellia sinensis (tea #plant)? I'm particularly interested in #advice for growing indoors under a grow light and in passive hydroponics but any tips are great! Think it's okay to grow in range of cats or do I need to keep it out of reach? I don't see it on the ASPCA's toxic plant list though they list Camellia japonica as non-toxic.
The monthly activity report for August is up. This time: Lots of stability fixes and the beginnings of an ARM64 port (!). https://www.haiku-os.org/blog/pulkomandy/2019-09-07_haiku_monthly_activity_report_august_2019/
Remember how I had that birthday not too long ago? And you forgot to get me something which is totally cool and understandable but it has really been bothering you?
Well, don't worry. You can get me a Raphionacme grandiflora (syn Pentagonandus grandiflorus).
Or a Brachystelma barberiae.
Or a Myrmecodia lamii.
I'd even be happy with a Hoya mitrata.
We need a word or a suffix for the family of a non-spouse significant other. It is unwieldy to say "my boyfriend's mother" but incorrect to say "mother-in-law".
I also hate how imprecise "-in-law" is. If I mention a brother-in-law, it is unclear if I mean a sibling's husband or a spouse's brother.
I like to be weirdly specific when discussing family. When I call out a grandparent, for example, I almost always preface them with "maternal" or "paternal".
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