Are people in my timeline who know things about optical sensors? I want to track the rpm of a cylinder, there's a red line etched in it. Which one should I use for that?

I'm currently looking for a replacement to, and I wonder wether sth like this already exist or if I have to write it myself?

Which list manager should I use? I prefer CLI > GUI, vim bindings > anything else and fancy stats. Bonus points if it's written in Rust ✨

Want a tip for flirting?
Don't say something to someone in DMs that you wouldn't say to them in person with other people present.

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Reading online news, 2008:
- go to website
- read news

Reading online news, 2018:
- go to website
- no, don’t share location
- hell no, don’t send me notifications
- consent to cookie warning
- consent to policies
- no, don’t open in app
- no, don’t want the newsletter
- skip inspirational quote
- close full page ad
- read news

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Also, the whole “curling up sleeping next to each other” or being platonically affectionate with your friend?

That’s something I’ve experinced a lot with other women, queer or straight, and it was nice to see it shown on-screen.

They aren’t in a sexual relationship. They’ve no desire to be. But they can show their emotional affection in a physical way.

I know not all people do this, obviously, but many of us do and it was nice to see.

Take a break before you need it. It will make it easier to prevent burnout.

Wikipedia and Google delude many into thinking all human knowledge has been made available to our immediate access.
This is a dangerous lie.
Any scholar will tell you of the vast amount of documents and artifacts completely unavailble online, or indeed impossible to easily scan or study online.
And this silent wealth pales before the oral and analog culture which, in a McLuhanian dimension, can not be simply digitized and maintain integrity.

Which websites do y’all recommend for keeping track of hot new board game releases?

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