I didn't even know #XFCE was installable (and runnable) on Debian GNU/Hurd!
It works flawlessly (well, the file manager crashes) so far. Slow as heck on my QEMU image, but it's still really neat.
As usual, I cannot easily startx as a non-root user. I need to look into this further.
Old #Spongebob is the best, but one of my favourite episodes, strangely, is a newer one:
Squidward in Clarinetland.
You know, flash/stick MP3 players are cool. I know everyone just has a mobile phone now, which killed the MP3 player industry, but I still think it'd be cool to have, say, a fancy flash player updated with modern technology.
I have talked with a few people IRL who say they miss having a modern, quality MP3 player. I also miss MP3 players (nowadays would be called OGG players), but more specifically, I miss THESE players!
Pictured, in order, are:
I stopped sorting by "best" and I also made this meme. #Reddit
This sad comment in the #Hurd's local.css is the reason I study web styling.
Here's a summary of the article I linked:
Thanks to David's 'guile-syntax-highlight' program, the code snippets are now highlighted! Also the entire site is generated by Haunt, rather than just the blog posts.
I'm beginning to hate CSS.
So #GitHub hired this 11 year old to make their atom.io website. I especially like the fact that the screenshots are heavily tinted different colours and don't give me an accurate representation of what the program looks like. Really adds a nice touch.
This isn't a big deal, but it leaves a sour taste in my mouth. At least no-one uses Atom.
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