On the other hand, free frogurt.

On the other hand, the frogurt is cursed.

On the other hand, Alt+<Number> is not working on Firefox in Sway.

On another hand, I fixed the touchpad tapping and middle click emulation.

If I set the GDK_BACKEND in `environment.d` so Firefox over Sway uses the wayland backend, GNOME will not start.

*sigh*

Why every time I open a terminal, I first maximize the window and *then* put in fullscreen?

Why I can't simply put in fullstream and save myself 1 keystroke?

Sleep doesn't help if it's your soul that's tired.

Apt upgraded Firefox to the latest version (66.0) and...

... suddenly Google appeared in my top sites, even if I don't access Google directly and DuckDuckGo is my search engine.

Again #deletefacebook
Facebook stored hundreds of millions of passwords in plain text

Passwords were exposed for years to anyone who had internal access to the files.

theverge.com/2019/3/21/1827583

Dunno why, but every communication that I end with "Thanks in advance", I feel the need to add a comma after it, with nothing after.

Thanks in advance,

Ok, I *think* I cleaned up my Github a bit.

Maybe now it is the time to clean up my Bitbucket, moving the most "showable" projects to Github ('cause, you know, recruiters and Github) and everything else to my own hosted Git repos.

And, in the following morning after completing the coding challenge, I'm thinking about solving the problems again in Rust, for the fun of it.

Also, it seems I have a repository for random stuff.

"LOL, I'm so random!"

Doing a clean up on my Github profile ('cause I want to remove the text content -- books and blog -- and keep code only repos) I found a Flask app that I had no idea I wrote or what I expected it to do, 'cause I never wrote a README or set the repo description.

Finished emoji commission of Ferris the Rustacean for @shello!

Also related: Pretty much I'm out of the process at this point 'cause A) rushed code, B) I'm tired, C) not enough tests.

Related: finished the challenge 8 minutes before the end of the session (125 minutes). If I didn't suck so much about math things (it was a set question and I have the slight impression that if I knew more about the whole set theory, I'd finished it way earlier).

Finally did the freaking coding challenged.

Related: My math knowledge SUUUUUCKS.

I'm seeing a bunch of sites (StackOverflow being the most famous) having hiccups today.

Some 0 day being patched, I guess?

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