[-] CraigeryTheKid@lemm.ee 19 points 1 day ago

Plus they ARE going after Baldwin, not sure where it's at right now but they definitely are.

[-] CraigeryTheKid@lemm.ee 7 points 1 day ago

What was the original?

[-] CraigeryTheKid@lemm.ee 4 points 3 days ago

I perma-quit WoW after 19 years (did a privacy deletion of my entire account), but I would no joke spin-up a local server for my family to play "offline".

Not exactly what you said since it's still quite active, but still.

[-] CraigeryTheKid@lemm.ee 2 points 5 days ago

I only had time for 15 min, but I sure hope there's more to it then walking and watching short clips. There's more once I get past the "opening", right?

I did play, and enjoy, journey.

[-] CraigeryTheKid@lemm.ee 3 points 5 days ago* (last edited 5 days ago)

WW1 is my guess? The men were busy, so to get things passed they added them other half of humans.

(Busy... Or dead that is)

[-] CraigeryTheKid@lemm.ee 9 points 6 days ago

I thought it was Stoya that had a secretly high IQ?

[-] CraigeryTheKid@lemm.ee 40 points 6 days ago

"if we get out and vote" being the key unknown here. People gotta vote.

[-] CraigeryTheKid@lemm.ee 71 points 3 weeks ago

holy cow... no kidding! Hype was only building - and then to "reveal" the enshitification before it even enjoys release interest. wow.

[-] CraigeryTheKid@lemm.ee 77 points 2 months ago

That's an excellent analogy, to say "you can buy palworld for that" which really makes it hit different for me.

It shows you how absurd it is, even with it being optional. It's still absurd.

[-] CraigeryTheKid@lemm.ee 77 points 2 months ago

I can't believe they tore it down just for some games.

[-] CraigeryTheKid@lemm.ee 56 points 2 months ago

yeah, honestly, if you zoom out summary level, the whole thing is so confusing.

I'll admit I wasn't paying attention, so high-level he seemed like a Tony Stark, liberal darling: investing in space, internet access, electric cars, and solar. I mean, the dude was set to be a left-wing mascot. Boy was I an idiot. But I admit I wasn't paying close attention to any early flags.

[-] CraigeryTheKid@lemm.ee 58 points 2 months ago

Most of our packaging machines require < 1%, target <0.5% variance (both ways). Honestly in practice, over a whole batch the total variance is extremely tiny.

Add to this story the accuracy of a household, not-calibrated scale? Yeah I'd say this seems OK.

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