Some of you might remember I keep getting my cyclometers stolen (that's a fancy word for bike computer). A few days ago I gave in and got a cheap crappy one.
It has some features I like, such as a lit display and a thermometer (I've been asking for this for ages). But the user experiance is horrible. I still can't reccomend it 🙁
Reading pippi longstocking. They're having ham and coffee for breakfast. Kids are clearly supposed to laugh and snicker about the fact that they drink coffee because kids aren't "supposed" to like coffee.
Ebba and I just find it super odd that they're eating a pig 🐖 Ebba can't stop laughing about a bunch of kids eating a butt.
- IS complicated
- IS NOT "almost impossibly" complicated
- DOES NOT support searchability that twitter users expect
- SHOULD NOT support the searchability twitter users expect, because that's not the point
nearly everybody who writes about mastodon says "I couldn't find ..."
The tip is, if you want to k ow something, ASK about it instead of being mad there isn't a global search feature because that's really not what masto is about
Why is there no streaming service that will let me watch battlestar galactica? If any one knows where to find #BSG (in sweden) please tell me.
When I was a kid I used to think it would be so cool to know morse code or something similar. But now I think braille is much more usefull for everyday life.
It just hit me today that they are similar in not changing the language but swapping out the symbols used to represent it.
Other than that they're not very similar. They fill completely different needs, but braille can at least be found in every day life. It's very rare that I "just find" some morse code.
In a decentralised social media it makes sense to host yourself. That's what we decided to do. This instance is run by two nerds, mostly for the why not of it. Feel free to join, and we'll hit you up with an "Hi, who are you?".