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<pre> and <code> blocks are fixed for dark mode!

<pre> and <code> doesn’t look good in dark mode on my blog yet. That’s an oversight on my part, I’ll probably fix that tomorrow.

I was absolutely drenched. My shoes were their own puddles.

It wasn't a total disaster. I met someone who was visiting from Miami and we talked for the duration of the storm until I left.

As soon as I got on the bus it stopped raining...the second bus, that is. I got on a wrong bus first.

What an adventure.

I recently got back from Uptown. I went because there was a food truck there I wanted food from.

As soon as I stepped off the bus, a downpour started. I didn't mind, I wanted food. So I got my food. The rain didn't let up.

It started raining harder. The streets were flooding. The manhole cover next to me looked like it was about to erupt. It started **hailing.**

"How Dark Patterns Online Manipulate Shoppers" by Sidney Fussell theatlantic.com/technology/arc

Dark patterns are awful. I've been duped by so many of these.

Blog now supports `prefers-color-scheme: dark`!

Redesigned my blog but it hasn't been updated otherwise in an embarrassingly long time. 😬

i used to be really into having the newest computer gadget. now i use refurbished hardware. it's so much cheaper. it lasts. it reduces landfill waste. it's great, and i don't really feel like i am missing out on much tech-wise.

here are some tips if you need tech stuff but don't want to spend a lot of money, support horrible companies, and such (1/n)

iOS 13 beta lets you send photos with or without meta data (without by default), very useful against surveillance capitalism

I just finished updating this guide for 2019! Keep it bookmarked for when friends/family need help dealing with spammy apps on their Android devices.

androidpolice.com/2019/08/01/t

I also learned that amending a previous commit is useless if it's already pushed to a remote. I 100% prefer patch/email based workflows!

Wow it's been ages since I've used Microsoft Github's PR "feature"...

@ky0ko on a somewhat related note do you accept patches or are pull requests required?

@ky0ko your rfc tool is neat but the license confuses me!

splay.soy has been upgraded to v2.9.2! 🎉

(I'm talking to myself, no one else uses this instance!)

Do you live in the US? Would you like to get a check for at least $125 dollars from a large corporation that's expecting those affected by it failure to not bother submitting a claim?

equifaxbreachsettlement.com/

Personally, I spent about fifteen minutes a month double-checking that my credit didn't take a mysterious dip due to any new random loans being opened. Just saying.

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