*taps the sign*
716 posts • joined 29 Jul 2009
I used a larger one, the Logitech MX Ergo Plus. Nice and heavy design, could tilt to allow for a different angle. Really tried loving it. But in the end, dunno why, had to clean the inside rollers at least once a day. Guess my paws are dirt magnets! So back to the regular mouse it is.
Running a Pi4 w 8GB of RAM, and an SSD, using NextPVR, a SiliconDust tuner and ClearQAM cable TV signal. Happy camper, since that allows me to use the little box as a PVR without any issues. Downside is that it's so easy to record everything, so that very quickly you'd need to empty out the SSD, and move to a slower 8TB external drive :-)
Building up my personal classic movie collection this way is easy though :-)
I may just start tinkering with the 64 bit version, if it's a slow week of movies.
Had an HP Spectre with Win8.1 laying around, fired it up, and it immediately started with installing Windows 10. Don't think i had a chance to stop it from happening. It's fine in my case. Needed to wipe clean this Windows instance due to a lot of bloat that i could not remove by simply uninstalling things.
And see what's still working. End of an era :-(
Those Titans, not the Pocket Titans, anyone using them with Verizon in the US? I know the camera will be crap, compared to my Pixel 3a XL, but to have that keyboard, and the shortcuts, and all that good tactile typing again...
Now, when flights are fairly empty, that's ok. However, when i have to trade in an aisle seat for something else, because i have to move, but now transformer-fold my 6ft6 frame into a cramped area, no thanks.
This mostly happens on rinkydink planes anyways.
Also, happy i'm not flying anymore. My body is very thankful for not having to endure that abuse every week...
Bunch of hot garbage. Half-rendering views, misusing existing fields for different purposes (Beta roadmap, anyone?) which then changes your existing stuff, JQL hampered by in my mind the absence of very simple functionality (but you can buy the plugin on the market place, but only if you have this very specific version of Jira and are not using next-gen projects).
But, necessary evil :-(
Wait, you're saying... move to the United States?
* "new neighbours defend their opinionated bigotry with more than just sticks and stones." - check
* "pack as many guns as you can" - check
* "where civilisation is still in the stone age" - check
I live there, don't get me wrong. But here the hurr-durr-took-mer-jerbs-and-guns attitude is a thing, you know. And pretty bigoted.
He's 'fixing' things by not following the rules of the processes in place to fix things. And that will result always in a slap from any court. There's a process. Follow the process.
Anything else is grandstanding. It's an issue if you only complain about 'i don't like the current law in place', but then not put in effort to change the current law following the procedures already in place. But, the media and followers will lap it up, showing 'prejudice against our cause!'
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