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brisk,

The agency’s operational control director Andrew Page-Dove says action was being taken to “close the gap between how drivers feel and what the safety statistics show”.

This sounds like a threat

brisk,

Are y’all referring to native plants ad weeds? I use it pretty much synonymously with “invasive species”

brisk,

The corporations in Wall-E were short sighted and misguided but ultimately well intentioned. We’re way off track for Wall-E

brisk,

I’m looking to replace my freestanding gas stove/oven right now, and my options seem to be $800 for coil electric and $3000 for induction.

I’m probably going to end up with the induction anyway but damn.

brisk,

I assume less custom configs are better, but I’ve seen Ansible yaml files that are just convoluted bash scripts written in yaml, which makes them even more convoluted.

Standard notes: what about don’t put all your eggs in one basket rule?

If the owner of the standard notes will now be a proton, doesn’t that contradict this principle? I have a proton email account but I don’t want it linked to my standard notes account. I don’t strongly trust companies that offer packaged services like google or Microsoft. I prefer to have one service from one company. I am...

brisk,

It’s e2e encrypted and locally encrypted. So the practical impact of the server is for syncing between devices.

The software has caused me endless problems though, and the free version has no support for formatting of any kind

brisk, (edited )

Maybe tektites? Natural glass formed when lightning meteorites strikes sand. I only remember the name because they share it with the jumpy spiders from Zelda

brisk,

Oh look there’s a whole Wikipedia page on it

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_glass

Possibly an accidental byproduct of metal working

brisk,

I am sorry for insulting your people

brisk,

There are a few PCB drones out there.

Most PCBs, even really cheap ones, are made from FR-4, which is a very robust fibreglass. It’s would be a pretty decent choice for drone components in general.

Not drones, but Carl Bugeja on YouTube makes some fascinating machines almost entirely out of PCBs (although he uses a lot of flex PCBs, not just FR-4).

brisk,

I appreciate the ambiguity in your comment created by the missing pronoun.

brisk,

It’s not clear from your post whether you’ve read the article. In case you haven’t, it’s not really about printers.

brisk,

It doesn’t look like there’s been any activity in 7 years, but your post reminded me of Uzbl, a set of browser components designed to apply the Unix philosophy

Apples4Ceasefire: Apple Employees Request Ceasefire Recognition (www.apples4ceasefire.com)

"We, current and previous employees of Apple Inc., wish to express our disappointment and shock at the lack of care and understanding this company has given the Palestinian community, not only abroad suffering in Gaza, but also towards our own team members and anyone who supports them within our stores and offices. "

brisk,

It’s a watermelon. It’s used as a symbol for Palestine due to it’s alignment with the colours of the flag

brisk,

I don’t think there are too many people arguing against fission who are in favour of coal

brisk,

The coal plants are decommissioning due to costs, renewable energy is booming, and (obviously due to the ban) there is no local nuclear industry or expertise. Even if you manage to lift the ban, which nobody is trying to do*, nuclear would not be replacing coal plants here, but might divert renewable funding. In other countries I have no doubt building more nuclear could offset coal, not here.

  • The coalition claims to be in favour of nuclear power, but they’ve spruiked it before in opposition, and nothing gets tabled when they’re in power. It’s got as much chance of happening as high speed rail.
brisk,

Yep, and they’re far more progressive than any of the neoliberal bastards that travel there to make laws for the rest of us.

brisk,

The Northern Territory contains no alligators, and three "Alligator River"s

brisk,

It’s markdown, you should be able to indent your lines by 4 spaces or fence with triple backtics to get code blocks. Your client’s editor may have a button to help


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</span><span style="color:#323232;">    Copy-Item -Path .template.docx -Destination ".$(2 + $line + '.docs')"
</span><span style="color:#323232;">}
</span><span style="color:#323232;">```
</span>

Becomes


<span style="color:#323232;">$file = Get-Content -Path .individuals2.txt
</span><span style="color:#323232;">
</span><span style="color:#323232;">foreach ($line in $file)
</span><span style="color:#323232;">{
</span><span style="color:#323232;">    Copy-Item -Path .template.docx -Destination ".$(2 + $line + '.docs')"
</span><span style="color:#323232;">}
</span>
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