What the heck did they do to Minecraft?
I haven't played properly since like... 1.6
Why is there a recipe book.
What the heck.
Landing experience for Twitter, versus three relatively high population Mastodon instances. The former explains why you would want to use the service. Of the Mastodon instances, only mastodon.social mentions that the site is a social network (amidst lots of other jargon).
This is not to pick on any particular sites. I'm just putting myself in the shoes of a first-time visitor.
A classic story that bears reposting:
"We're having a problem sending email out of the department."
"What's the problem?" I asked.
"We can't send mail more than 500 miles," the chairman explained.
I choked on my latte. "Come again?"
"We can't send mail farther than 500 miles from here," he repeated. "A little bit more, actually. Call it 520 miles. But no farther."
The Case of the 500-Mile Email: http://ibiblio.org/harris/500milemail
since WHEN did Lubuntu 16.04 support PowerPC? I've had the linux-wiiu users running a DIY Debian sid distro - we get so many questions about getting an X server running - and now it turns out they could have been running a *supported* LTS Ubuntu this whole time? I'm so damn angry at myself for missing this
#Google own duck.com and that's all kinds of fucked up. #duckduckgo
logging off = when you hit your computer with a log :')
working with linux servers has taught me that the internet is just a bunch of barely working shell scripts yelling at each other at all times