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tedu honked 17 May 2024 19:22 -0400

My personal archive of twitter.com links is limited, but I like to think I've managed to save the best of the best.

tedu honked 17 May 2024 18:09 -0400

#Today's #philly headlines are both bananas and entirely typical.

Arrest made in 2018 killing of teen girl — a shooting that sparked a war between two West Philly gangs

We’ve analyzed the Eagles’ 2024 schedule. Sorry, they’re going to lose every single game.

80-year-old Roslyn man is in custody after shooting son, police say

A body found in a car pulled from the Cooper River may have solved a 14-year-old cold case

Philadelphia City Commissioner Omar Sabir’s 16-year-old nephew was found fatally shot in Cobbs Creek

tedu honked back 17 May 2024 17:58 -0400
in reply to: https://piggo.space/objects/7582de8e-c4b2-4b45-90ba-e31fca660fe8

@piggo I wore a mechanical watch for a while, you really just get used to giving it a twist when you put it on in the morning.

Yeah, it usually loses a few seconds a day. Not a big deal, you set it on Sunday when the church bell gongs.

Auto watches are more interesting, but some of them don't allow manual winding, so you have to wear it a day with the wrong time until it charges up.

tedu honked 17 May 2024 17:53 -0400

Lobsters has turned into a refinery for only the most pure highly distilled hot go takes.

tedu honked 17 May 2024 17:37 -0400

The High Council of Honk is currently meeting to devise contingency plans in the event that the Honknet Head of Alignment step down. Specific details of the plan will not be released until finalized, but everyone please rest assured that all alignments, from lawful good to chaotic evil, will be accounted for and we fully expect a seamless transition in the unlikely event this occurs.

tedu honked 17 May 2024 17:28 -0400

Asking Santa to bring me the courage to share my true thoughts about AI.

tedu honked 17 May 2024 17:26 -0400

Show me on the doll where you felt the AGI.

tedu honked 17 May 2024 16:52 -0400

The headline: Computer Scientists Invent an Efficient New Way to Count

Me, reading the headline: what are chances that whatever they're doing, it isn't counting?

Me, reading the article: well, well, well, surprise, surprise.

tedu bonked 17 May 2024 16:38 -0400
original: brynet@bsd.network

After many years, and some serious debugging by both martijn@ and kettenis@, a longstanding issue with MSI interrupts with azalia(4), #OpenBSD's HD Audio driver, has been fixed!

This has plagued recent AMD machines for a long time, and the the workaround thfr@ and I added wasn't sufficient for newer AMD chipsets.

https://marc.info/?l=openbsd-cvs&m=155423668310296&w=2

Context: https://marc.info/?t=171587268900008&r=1&w=2

kettenis@ modified src/sys/dev/pci/azalia.c: The INTSTS register is read-only, so the attempt to clear interrupts by writing to it doesn't actually work. Therefore we have to keep processing interrupts until all the bits corresponding to enabled interrupts are cleared. This makes MSIs actually work, also on the AMD implementations for which we currently disable MSIs.

Based on some digging by martijn@

ok ratchov@, martijn@, stsp@

tedu honked 17 May 2024 14:39 -0400

DZ: quad damage

DZ: quad damage

Not sure they're accurately demarcating the danger zone, but close enough.

Four cones near a sidewalk hole

tedu honked 17 May 2024 12:28 -0400

A quick review of some laptop bags.

My primary laptop bag is this one from waterfield. The downsides are it was quite expensive (though I've had it for years now) and it's very heavy. It weighs more than my laptop, though it's well padded and durable. On the awesome side, I like the material design and textures.

The outside is leather with these red vinyl like accents. Inside, it's a combination of black felt and this textured gold material. It's just a really fun bag to carry around and use. You can technically fill it with stuff, like in his video, but then it feels like carrying around a giant stuff sausage.

I have another waterfield bag, a lightweight canvas one. It's not remarkable, except I don't get tired of carrying it. I'd really prefer it had at least one divider inside. It's basically a giant pocket on a strap.

But it works for carrying a pixel slate around without too much overhead. Just don't bang into anything.

I also have this canvas bag from banana republic of all places. This is my preferred second choice. It has a useful assortment of pockets and dividers, and a bit of padding without being too heavy. Slightly more functional than the waterfield, even, just less fun.

Finally, I've got this cheapo bag from amazon. More like a sleave on a strap. Took this to a few conferences where I'd be walking through a crowd and didn't want to whack people, so I wanted something small and cinchable.

Anyway, that's it. I really just needed to write something to test the new drag and drop editor in honk. Also, this should appear as an Article instead of a Note.

tedu honked 17 May 2024 11:51 -0400

Warning: Don’t paste code into the DevTools Console that you don’t understand or haven’t reviewed yourself. This could allow attackers to steal your identity or take control of your computer. Please type ‘allow pasting’ below and hit Enter to allow pasting.

Shut up and let me hack!

tedu honked 17 May 2024 10:45 -0400

Smash the bell to like and subscribe to our latest podcast, How Much Can Hoshi Bench?, in which we take on all the questions that Star Trek writers didn't want to answer. In our inaugural episode, we'll dive deep into the long term health effects of the protein sequencer. As good as natural protein?

And stay tuned for our second episode, What's It Like to Make Out With a MACO?, coming soon. #HMCHB

Hoshi putting up some weights

tedu honked 16 May 2024 21:52 -0400

Between dark matter, the peripheral, and assorted time travel treks, I'm getting like six worlds of fiction for the price of only three.

tedu honked 16 May 2024 16:55 -0400

Rust is clearly superior to go based on the most obviously objective scientific measure: the number of blog posts about how strings work. Nobody writes blog posts about strings in go, pathetic, but a vast literature has been developed to explain the greatness of rust strings.

tedu honked 16 May 2024 16:48 -0400

I'm pretty much always forgetting to add new files when I commit changes, and never notice until I switch machines and stuff's missing. Maybe I should give up on source control and just use a shared filesystem for everything.

tedu honked 16 May 2024 16:34 -0400

Is the torment nexus superhydrophobic?

tedu honked 16 May 2024 13:58 -0400

I have a bunch of usb-c cables and some carry data and some only carry power, and it seems annoying to figure out which is which, but it's actually really easy. The three foot cables do everything, and the six and eight foot cables are power only.

tedu honked back 16 May 2024 03:19 -0400
in reply to: https://mastodon.social/users/trwnh/statuses/112449463415874326

@trwnh yeah, so I think if we can get everyone to agree to relax sig checking to only date and digest, it would allow forwarding without the complication of ld sig. so, uh, good luck. :)

For something like Create, we could also use the published time in the activity, and if it looks old, reverify by fetching.

tedu honked 15 May 2024 21:52 -0400

Heh, well, I just discovered why computers still have undelete.

I was testing something, and dragged a file to the desktop. Okay, test done, went to drag it back, but apparently the original was still there, and wouldn't overwrite it. Fine, just delete the copy on the desktop, except now poof, the original has disappeared as well. I thought I was looking at downloads, but it was the magic recent folder, so it didn't actually copy anything. It really did move the file from downloads to desktop, and then I subsequently deleted the one and only copy. Man, these computers are hard to understand.

tedu honked 15 May 2024 20:10 -0400

Just found out that on macOS, desktop icons for images have hit boxes that are only the preview, not the surrounding alignment box. I had some very wide short screenshots, and selecting them required hitting the exact pixels, not the space in between the icon and the text label, which registered as a desktop click.

I don't think anyone ever has intended to click the desktop by sneaking the mouse cursor in between the icon and its label, but here we are. Peak UX.

tedu honked 15 May 2024 17:22 -0400

Dev Drive is intended only for key developer scenarios

Achtung! Alles Turisten und Nonteknischen Lookenspeepers! Das Komputermaschine ist nicht für der Gefingerpoken und Mittengraben!

tedu honked 15 May 2024 16:48 -0400

Everyone who says "the computer must immediately unrecoverably delete a file when I click delete" is hereby signed up for an extra shift of family tech support. You can now explain, no, it's really gone, forever, next time don't click the wrong file.

tedu honked 15 May 2024 15:32 -0400

Delete and redraft (ugh) is a pretty bad way to retract a post, because now your timeline is just context free "deleted this" posts. It's okay to skip the redraft part.

tedu honked 15 May 2024 13:46 -0400

Updated to ios 17.5.

Didn't find any nudes in my photo album. :(

tedu honked 15 May 2024 01:34 -0400

@jerry would you kindly kick the sidekiq for infosec.exchange so it stops pounding me with the same message?

tedu honked 14 May 2024 16:44 -0400

"What Firefox’s search data collection means for you"

What if, just thinking out loud here, you made a browser that doesn't require such explainers?

People would be much less likely to misunderstand how well actually this data collection is good for them.

tedu honked 14 May 2024 16:40 -0400

I regret to inform you that Firefox has done it again.

tedu honked 14 May 2024 15:59 -0400

The rust community needs to build a containment field to keep the weirdo advocates from escaping into the wild. They're not sending their best.

tedu honked 14 May 2024 13:03 -0400

Everyone make it through the civilization ending Carrington event okay? Lights still on? Internet still working? A/C still chilling?

tedu honked 13 May 2024 20:23 -0400

So the ipad review embargo ended at 2:00pm pacific? What a weird time.

tedu honked 13 May 2024 19:47 -0400

DZ: shrek

DZ: shrek

Poor guy's having a rough day.

Shrek doll attached to front bumper of utility truck

tedu honked 13 May 2024 18:55 -0400

Somebody created a post with a hashtag of #&#60 and I can't view it because the url is not escaped properly. Crisis on the honknet.

tedu honked 13 May 2024 16:08 -0400

Installed kotlin, ran fibonacci, that's enough for today.

tedu honked 13 May 2024 15:23 -0400

What in the heck are people doing that their servers fall over whenever an elephant sneezes on them? Come on, people, it's not that much traffic.

tedu honked 13 May 2024 14:19 -0400

Dip coffee. Just rub some grounds into your gums.

tedu honked 13 May 2024 13:38 -0400

Meme stonks? In this economy?

tedu honked back 13 May 2024 13:31 -0400
in reply to: https://honk.tedunangst.com/u/tedu/h/4y1n837zcqb3tCF94t

TV: the city and the city

TV: the city and the city

Well, that was a quick watch. Gotta hand it to the BBC, they want to tell a story, they tell the story. No season long intro for slow moving world building that sets up for a possible story in season two.

But I think they underutilized the concept. As sci-fi, it was cool, but it was mostly crime drama, and as crime drama it was merely okay. The dead girl is secretly connected to the detective's painful past? Shocking!

I would have gone about one episode longer. I think a sort of pre episode, where the guy solves a regular murder on his side, but has to drive around the hazy other city he can't see, would have established setting, and then we can meet the newest victim. I felt the significance of the overlap/divide wasn't made clear.

tedu honked 13 May 2024 00:35 -0400

TV: the city and the city

TV: the city and the city

Now this is a new take on interdimensional overlap and quantum superposition. One episode in.

Haven't read the book.

tedu honked 12 May 2024 02:18 -0400

Oh, this is exciting. threads.net uses expiring urls for media. If you don't fetch and cache the attachment when you receive the post, you won't be able to get it later. (Guessing you can refetch the post and get a new url, but most software isn't going to do that.)

(#activitypub)

tedu honked 11 May 2024 15:50 -0400

Posting images inline in posts is another low effort way to keep the thundering elephant herd from loading them all at once.

tedu honked 11 May 2024 15:44 -0400

DZ: trolley problem

DZ: trolley problem

tedu honked 11 May 2024 00:40 -0400

I need to add some whoop whoop danger css to necro threads. I don't understand what people are even doing replying to this decrepit garbage.

tedu honked 10 May 2024 23:22 -0400

Make sure you add the -browser, otherwise some shitty game that crashes your system is installed. DO NOT RUN THIS GAME! This is not a joke.

Year of the Linux desktop.

https://programming.dev/post/13916889

tedu honked 10 May 2024 23:07 -0400

I just saw the furiosa trailer and the mad max timeline is increasingly incoherent?

tedu honked 10 May 2024 21:35 -0400

G5? Please. Wake me up when it's a G6.

Poppin' bottles in the ice, like a blizzard
When we drink, we do it right, gettin' slizzered
Sippin' sizzurp in my ride like Three 6
Now I'm feelin' so fly like a G6