Eric_Pollock

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Eric_Pollock,

Are there any guides for doing this? I can’t seem to find any, and I have zero experience with Proxmox

Eric_Pollock,

Would it be possible to also add the “Hide previous posts” button in post options as well?

Eric_Pollock, (edited )

I wish so badly that this would come to the US… I have so many games I never play that I wish I could sell off

Edit: nevermind, guess it’s not real… sad

Eric_Pollock,

Not only for saving money, as when we upgrade the PC, I’m going to be able to sell off most of the components that get replaced, but space savings is also a big part of it. We’re going to be buying an RV to live full time in soon, and the less space it takes up, the better.

Plus, we have used it in this configuration for almost two years now, and it has worked without issue (EasyAntiCheat doesn’t play nice, but we don’t play many games that use it anyway). And honestly at this point, I kind of enjoy the challenge lol

Eric_Pollock,

There’s a really nice mod on Nexus that allows you to hold the “R” key to dismiss your car, allowing it to drive off by itself just as it pulls up when you request it, and I find it so immersive. If the cars can fully drive themselves, then why can’t they be your automated valet?

Eric_Pollock,

Never played Watch Dogs, but that sounds like an absolutely amazing feature. It seems like a missed opportunity, especially since not only is there an AI cab company in the game, but you literally receive one of the cabs during the related quest line. It seems glaringly obvious, yet to this day, is still a massive oversight.

Eric_Pollock,

IXION is definitely mine. If you skip through that video a bit, you can hear some more music when the Prologue begins to play. Such an amazing game!

Eric_Pollock, (edited )

The PSU is currently being shipped, and the Amazon listing doesn’t say whether those ones are included or not, so I wasn’t sure (it only specifies the braided cables that are built in I think, which obviously). I can’t seem to find the be quiet! cables anywhere but Amazon, and after purchasing them I got a message from the seller stating they were sold out.

I had not considered the cables would come with the PSU, however if they do, then I suppose I won’t have any issues.

Edit: Nevermind. I looked at the Amazon listing again, and one of the images included is a diagram showing the cables that are included… duh, but I wish it was also included in the description…

https://lemmy.world/pictrs/image/5f5ba943-d9a1-432d-a8e6-706830f8c711.jpeg

Eric_Pollock,

I didn’t mean to undermine him in any way, I just opened up Lemmy and noticed a lot of posts that were negative about him. I wanted to understand why, and what better way to figure that out than asking directly?

Eric_Pollock,

I can tell this is from Texas. That is Food Club brand baked beans from Brookshire Brothers

Eric_Pollock,

I second this. I see a lot of repeat content just because I didn’t vote or open it

Eric_Pollock,

19 people as of right now with a 24 hour peak of 43

Eric_Pollock,

*Dev.

From what I understand, he does it all himself. Which just makes it all the more impressive.

Eric_Pollock,

I think it’s less Musk hate/taking advantage of disabled people and more the abuse and misconduct when it came to these animals, and putting the fear into people that would ever be interested in this procedure that Neuralink would be extremely negligent when it came to installing and maintaining these devices.

Musk has said that these animals were extremely unwell/close to death when they were initially inducted into the study, but multiple anonymous employees have come forward stating that this isn’t true, and Neuralink had extensive evaluation and training to ready them for the process.

Regardless of the state of their health or amount of training, multiple test subjects had bleeding of the brain, infections, and damaged caused by them picking/pulling at the devices installed onto them as a result of the negligence of the ones who conducted these experiments. Is it not common sense to assume an animal who has no idea of what is happening to them to understand that they need to leave the device alone? There should have been measures taken to prevent them from prodding at these devices so as not to cause damage to them and subsequent injury and infection. These animals are living, breathing, conscious beings that have thoughts and fears, and being a part of this experiment would be an absolute nightmare for any living being capable of thought.

As for installing these devices on people who suffer from paralysis, if the people involved in the trials are not challenged mentally and can make the fully conscious decision to give Neuralink their consent, then nobody can argue with that regardless of the possible dangers of doing so. The science and technology of brain computer interfaces is not something to be ignored. It can be extremely valuable and could quite literally change the world, but it has to be done correctly and with extreme caution.

Eric_Pollock,

While I didn’t actually think of that, I’m sure there would have to be a way to filter that out, just as you go to a user’s profile and their contributions are sorted as comments/posts already.

What I meant though is more something similar to Boost for Reddit where you could follow a user, then access them from subscriptions in the left tab. I never actually had users posts in my main feed, just followed people I thought posted interesting things. And I know this isn’t Mastodon, but I think it would be nice to have the same thing here, even if Lemmy doesn’t support it. I’ll see someone that posts interesting content, but then I’ll forget their username an hour later and won’t be able to find them again.

Eric_Pollock,

I second this. Was really nice on the other app.

Eric_Pollock,

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