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cat.parent() ๐Ÿ“Ÿ @tcql@cybre.space

Pinned ping

so i've never done on this account

i'm catdad ๐Ÿ‘‹ maybe you've seen me elsewhere on the fediverse. MAYBE NOT?

*attempts mysterious cape swoosh but just trips and falls face first*

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i'm a software engineer. on this account you can probably expect to see:

- me wishing i were a
- some short/bad speculative fiction / cybrestories
- complaining about
- wow look so silly
- probably sometimes yelling about tech culture

if this is what the coming robot apocalypse looks like, i'm okay with it

"Artificial Intelligence"

is every human ever tho right :thinkhappy:

this just gave me such lovelyterrible cybredystopian vibes when i read it

"There is no American law against broadcasting subliminal messages to humans, let alone machines."

nytimes.com/2018/05/10/technol

Hey there, welcome aboard. Mastodon co-founder here #notreally

i don't remember things, i just predict the past depending on how on-brand the event was

people with shit memory, UNITE! wait did we do this already

@tcql a worm that consumes all disk space on the host machine called big_mood.exe

never met a computer i didn't want to destroy. but also hang out with.

it's complicated.

fffff

when you write haskell you have to think about what you're doing before you do it

that's not what happens when i open my mouth, computer!!

@cypnk good thing those can't possibly represent twitter, since twitter's logo is, as we know, not a bird

Oh wow they finally fell for it and gave me a degree in whatever computers are.
Now NO ONE can legally stop me from putting lightning in the blinky box.

back in the old days, if ur program had mistakes you would gently PUT A BANDAID on the punch card

why does nobody treat technology nicely these days

everything these days is so cold, and impersonal, and much less friendly than it used to be!

just think back to the olden days... if your video game froze up you went through the *very intimate* ritual of blowing softly on the cartridge

now you just like, smack technology that doesn't work

smdh what's wrong with the future
if only we stuck with cartridges,,...