Well, maybe it was just a temporary slowdown yesterday. Unfortunate timing lmao.
Clarification: I don't mean slow content-wise, I mean slow to load and slow to post comments. It's a speed I would have expected from pre-2010 social media.
I'm trying out Friendica and I think I like the layout more than Mastodon. I'm at @email@example.com. Not sure which account I'm going to be using more often, so just a note.
liberals will act like having a Bad President is a world-ending disaster because of all the harm he could do, and it is critically important to get a Good President in there instead
and then when there's a Good President, "well he doesn't really have that much power, what do you expect him to do"
REALLY weird thing that actually works out in my favor with this approach: Despite every page on Dreamwidth having the same favicon, communities and personal journals load theirs from journalname.dreamwidth.org/favicon.ico instead of all using the same one. But this is actually fine since I only want one specific Dreamwidth community pinned!
And the tab briefly "un-pins" itself whenever the page changes and the favicon has to re-load. This is hilarious.
Another Firefox feature that I miss in SeaMonkey is pinned tabs. I found this post on Mozilla Zine for how to pin one tab, but it only works for the first one.
...so I added extra pinned tabs by swapping out [first-tab="true"] for [image="favicon url"]. It's so hacky. I love hacky CSS.
The National Bird of #Kenya, the Lilac-Breasted Roller, sporting her 8 different colours. Photo by Patsy Weingart
> You want to make a webpage because they are cool.
> You want to make it yourself, by hand and for free, because *you* are cool.
> This zine is for those who have not made a site before, especially those who don’t consider themselves coders.
Relatedly, here's an easy bookmarklet to help you dodge paywalls:
Create a new bookmark on your browser toolbar, and paste that as the url. remove space after https.
And in all the searching and asking around I did for a solution, NO ONE ever told me about <object>? I found out about it today while doing something TOTALLY UNRELATED?
Google fired another woman working in the ethics of AI... because she was looking into why they fired the woman before her who was working in the ethics of AI.
So I'm finally playing #pokemonletsgo and whenever an opposing trainer uses an item the text says "You used a $ITEM". I know enough Japanese that I can see exactly why this happened, but aren't these games produced internationally these days? And also no other game makes this error, even RBY, so... what gives?