Honestly I don't like how google's reCaptcha v2 makes you check "I'm not a robot". It doesn't matter if it's true, I just don't like being reminded
Ok so I'm now a fan of KDE and no longer miss GNOME3's nice things that I put up with its annoyances for.
Crazy how I was biased against KDE for over a decade and didn't even go near it just because it was ugly and power hungry in 2007.
I can't tell if I like functional programming or if it's just that writing object-oriented code in PHP frameworks makes me want to burn down every building in a 20-mile radius.
an advantage of pinafore is it's got single-column but it's not Literally Twitter
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"Yeah, but I've been on plenty of websites on the internet and none of them have this problem."
Me: "Yeah but those websites were probably built by a team of multiple people each getting paid $50k+/yr and I make less than $20k/yr so forgive me if I don't give a damn."
@schlink woops wrong link, those are the on-ear versions. I meant these: https://www.amazon.com/Sony-MDRXB950BT-Extra-Bluetooth-Headphones/dp/B00MCHE38O
@schlink I've got a pair of these https://www.amazon.com/Sony-MDRXB650BT-Extra-Bluetooth-Headphones/dp/B01BY7ZUJS
I've only once played with the silly EXTRA BASS stuff built in.
Sound quality is decent for the $; the main reason I like them is: they feel sturdy and the cushion doesn't smush my ears and glasses into the side of my head (which is my chief problem with most other headphones in this $-range).
Unfortunately, not much in that range has similar cushioning and also decent audio quality. (I don't use them wirelessly, so no idea there)
How to feel like a hacker wizard genius: write a perl script to do something for you
How to feel like a nincompoop baby: try to explain your perl script to someone
idk about GNOME on Ubuntu 18.04, but KDE Plasma on Kubuntu 18.04 is the most stable I've ever used it.
I have an MSI Laptop that I really like and I got it for a good price, but it is very frustrating to get some of the hardware to work as intended. 17.10 left me with a lot of issues to manually fix but most things seem addressed in 18.04.
If you're a *buntu user with some touchy hardware on linux I recommend one of the 18.04s, YMMV for anything not KDE though since I haven't tested them.
Pshhh! No I'm not switching to KDE because I randomly remembered their mascot is hecking cute! Why would you say that? Psssh! No! haha.....
HTML stands for: HoTMaiL