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@NickFreeman @RussSharek Just because you can learn how to fix something, and actually know how to fix something, doesn't mean you want to spend the time fixing it.

My day job i try to fix things all day. At home, I want it to "just work".

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I work at as a process engineer.

about semiconductor processing.

(I will not be answering questions about CPU design specifically, but about semiconductor processing in general)

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Mr. Matt :debian: :linux: boosted
Mr. Matt :debian: :linux: boosted

tfw you look at the credit card and realize you should stop eating out

Mr. Matt :debian: :linux: boosted

My second kid is officially mobile. Let the baby-proofing re-commence!

question

If I remove , will it break Ubuntu these days? Or will it behave properly?

TIL that my favorite coffee cup has a capacity of 12 fl. oz (approx 350mL) while my favorite travel mug had 16 fl. oz capacity (approx 473mL).

Coffee cups hold more fluid than I thought.

:cupofcoffee:

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is it just me or is just about every single government agency that regulates trade and communications completely incompetent?

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SOUND WAVES: A Tribute to Ecco the Dolphin

“140 musicians, 39 tracks, and nearly three hours of all-new video game covers!”

Free download licensed under Creative Commons BY-NC 3.0

soundwavesecco.bandcamp.com/

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@matt What's bad is that my car doesn't make great toast, and the insurance on my toaster's a pain.

An epiphany.

I'm no longer dazzled by computers anymore. I see computers as mundane appliances now, like a car or a microwave.

Yes, a car is basically an appliance, it just happens to have wheels.

Mr. Matt :debian: :linux: boosted

A little rain and water never hurt anyone 

I would never store data in china. 

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If you’re really trying to hide, don’t ever have your real phone and burner phones on in the same places even at different times.

#privacy #privacyaware #privacyissues #privacyprotection #infosec #opsec #osint #humint

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Help me identify this sci-fi novel! 

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Sometimes I miss the days of the old internet. I grew up in the wild west of the internet and BBS's. The boards didn't have all these rules and codes of conduct's. If you didn't like something you kept scrolling. You had to have thick skin or you shouldn't be there. We sometimes dished out shit and sometimes took it. Then we logged off and continued with our lives. How things have changed.

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My major gripe with default Workstation is that it has almost daily updates that require a system reboot.

On my laptop, that means a minimum of five password prompts to do a simple update:

1. System password (bios password to be precise)
2. Luks password
3. System password again
4. Luks password again
5. Account password to login.

A number of these updates should not require a reboot, but they are flagged as such anyway.

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