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I feel sick, tired, lonely and bored.

I miss highschool.

One of the best decisions I made was to deactivate those 'read receipts', aka blue ticks, from the IM apps that I use. Not only people stopped asking me for an answer right away but also I stopped waiting for other people's answers as soon as the ticks went blue. #MentalHealth

@malin @Halbeard
Here's a video I found in english showing how it works.
Here's another that might help understand what the machines look like and what they do:

There's something very satisfying and cool about this.

Also I hope this doesn't count as academic dishonesty. :blobthinkingeyes:

Uncle is not a relation.
Uncle is a state of mind.

Alright I got almost all contacts back from my old phone. It was broken but somehow it's working again now.
Lost a few contacts but that's fine I'll get them back.

More importantly, I need a more robust backup solution.

I genuinely cannot believe I managed to delete all my contacts today.

Instead of uploading all contacts to Nextcloud, thunderbird decided to delete all contacts locally. Great.

I was playing the original Legend of Zelda, and damn its a hard game.

Got my nextcloud back up.
I really wanted to set up
It has a bunch of dependencies that it doesn't list on its page. I think I'll build it locally and then transfer it to my server.

Also I killed my nextcloud server during a dist-upgrade. Gonna get it back up tho. And make it a lot more secure.

I'm gonna see if I can stay with an actual adult next time. I don't gonna stay with college kids.

If anyone needs to provide Linux support for family and friends, but you can't be bothered port-forwarding:

- install tor
- vi /etc/tor/torrc
- ucomment /DataDirectory
- restart tor
- note that hostname

You can now access that computer from anywhere in the world to help people, even when they're not at home.

For added cool, alias help='sudo systemctl start tor', so the process is only running when they need it, then just tell them to type 'help' in a terminal if they have a problem.

Yikes. What a night. I didn't think that Homebrew would be so strong.

Imma go hydrate.

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