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I'm not a huge fan of , but they're the only company I know that still tries to produce high-end left-handed computer mice.

I just heard that they turned to kickstarter to back the "Left handed Razer Naga". It's a shame- it doesn't look like it'll make it! 😣
(according to the policy, at least I'll get my money back if it fails)

kickstarter.com/projects/razer

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I’d just like to interject for a moment...

Holy shit I can just follow @blender which isn't even a Mastodon instance but a Peertube instance and it just WORKS. ActivityPub is AWESOME

"I'm giving away an expensive product! All you have to do is subscribe to my newsletter, follow all my social media & tell all your friends to do the same in order to get a chance to win!"

The worst marketing tactic that apparently everyone loves.

Buy a bunch of "I can't believe it's not butter!" stickers & slap them on everything.

today is my wife's last day at the company we both work for. it's how we met each other and we've been commuting together almost every day for the past few years. end of an era.

Every computer plugy thingy should be reversible, like USB C. I have to turn my regular USB cables around like 5 times before they fit in the hole.

Reversible cables should be the standard, once that happens I don't want technology to progress anymore (I'm just talking about reversible HDMI).

I'm not doing a good job figuring out shading in OpenGL, so I might just play it dirty & let C++ do the shading while Guile does all the shape drawing (for now, at least).

Also I guess I should actually just define a macro instead of doing (primitive-eval) for the random colours. From what I've heard, the way I've been doing it lately isn't good practice.

Richard Stallman introduced the argument of the power balance between software users and producers

But that argument is not settled by the GPL

A GPL compliant software can be unfair in other ways.

And "I do this for free" is not enough to guarantee that your work is not harmful

#FreeSoftware

Going to use this account for functional programming specific stuff.

Bird Sanctuary again, but this time all the photos were taken with a new expensive camera (Sony A7 ii. Not mine, but it was a joy to use). I kept it on "auto-everything" but the photos still turned out well.

New from the GNU store: our Emacs "Auto-Fill Mode" mug! Please note that Emacs' beverage replenishment functionality is still undergoing preliminary testing. https://u.fsf.org/2nc https://status.fsf.org/attachment/481286

As a person who has only seen RMS images, I think this guy's picture is very similar to RMS.
Do you feel like it?

mastodon.social/@kavbojka/1005

I wouldn't mind a Fediverse instance that feeds every post through GNU Talkfilters before displaying them. 🤔

I'd change my avatar, but I'm not sure if anyone would recognize me then 😅

From what I've heard, it's so here are two of my machines:

The first is whatever is left of my laptop computer.

The second is on because people still like to play Steam games on my PC (admittedly, I play them sometimes, too)

Also, I'm not the best at reading documentation or source code....

How the nuts can I create lighting/shading in ?

I'm not a huge fan of , but they're the only company I know that still tries to produce high-end left-handed computer mice.

I just heard that they turned to kickstarter to back the "Left handed Razer Naga". It's a shame- it doesn't look like it'll make it! 😣
(according to the policy, at least I'll get my money back if it fails)

kickstarter.com/projects/razer

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The word “stan” (สถาน) in Thai means “place”. I suppose it is a lone word. Since it is common word, country names end with “stan” don’t make me curious. 😛