What tools and workflow(s) do programmers use on #linux to test programs, test bug reports, and find the issue in source?
It's strange how easy the perception of increased price was formed while forgetting to take into account the changes in our routine.
My household has been using the same rolling 4 week mealplan since well before the pandemic started. We have rarely eaten out over the past few years. So our food spending has been fairly stable.
We've had the feeling that our grocery bill has increased under the pandemic. But as I am looking at it I'm not sure that's true:
* I think generally we're ending up with more extras (snacks and staples)
* We're doing a better job at getting everything in one run (no more 4days/wk single item runs)
I'm not sure when it happened, but I see modifying lists on #fedilab has been fixed. Now I can update my list for posters with high signal-to-noise ratios. After that I just need to remember to use them...
Have I mentioned that how windows console does tab completion is terrible? Bash fills in common characters and then lists your choices, it'll even warn you if the list is going to be stupid long. Windows just fills in the first option and tab through. 😑
The reason cp automatically handles directories while rm doesn't? Because the best alias for pulling up your graphical file manager will eventually be mistyped as rm.
telescope. The gravity, once emitted, is independent of the source.
In fact, right now we must be pulled to where the Sun used to be 8min ago. Does that mean that astrophysicists have to take the time for gravity to act into their equations? - 2/2
Since gravitational wave detections use telescope observations to coroborate findings, that means gravity also obeys the speed of light. If the Sun were to instantly vanish, the Earth would still curve around it for the same 8min it takes light to get here.
At first this seems really strange. Why would something no longer there still affect other bodies? But I guess it's not all that different than a photon travelling a billion years from a supernova to smash into a sensor on a - 1/2
I was now years old when I learned the word shibboleth.
Suddenly https://xkcd.com/806 had a new layer to enjoy, I just thought it was jibberish prepended to leet before.
on covid, 45, & ecofascism
So, the trump's new angle on Covid-19 is to 'just live with it.' 'it's here to stay' is their angle now. Which is a headline being twisted for political purposes, but I digress.
The covid pandemic is a microcosm of climate change. Far too little will be done, far too late, and then when it seems unstoppable, our governments will turn around, silhouetted by roaring fires of disaster, and tell us that this is just the new normal, that we have to adapt. That we just have to accept that the weakest will die because the economy must go on, because we just need to get "back to normal". Climate change will be the exact same story as covid, but it will take a century whereas covid will be a year.
Keep in mind that ecofascism doesn't make any promises at all to improve our environmentalism, it just promises to make white people the last ones standing in an oncoming planetary battle royale. This is what ecofascism actually looks like. "just live with it"
Oh, it's probably worth mentioning that the game only takes like 30-60min to play. I was chatting with bae and typing up story moves for the game play on a phone kbd. I should have gotten a laptop, but I'm a dummy.
felt the warlock start to reach for the disciples life to power a spell. I had to act instantly, I used life force of the nature around us to block the charging portion of the spell and then took the disciples' life myself, casting the same spell the warlock tried to use. My adversary is done, their reign of tyranny over.
And that concludes a solo-adversary play through of Call to Adventure.
the warlock's keep and found them. As it started to become apparent I had the upperhand, they sprang a magical trap that allowed them to disengage and escape. During our second duel, when things started to look dire for my foe they called upon their strongest disciple to stand instead while fleeing again. When I faced the warlock a third time, I was ready to end it. Face-to-face with my foe and their disciple at the same time. The warlock, having fled twice knew I was stronger. I - 2/3
Just a general instance with a catchy name.