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Cake day: urr. 20, 2020

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Why does it look so normal?


What I’d like is a way to copy my subscriptions across, they are the most important for me. But this could be as simple as export/import via csv or something.


It’s botanically classified as a fruit, but many things we’d call vegetables are classified as fruits (cucumbers, aubergine), and some things we’d call fruits are classified as vegetables (rhubarb), so I don’t think the scientific classification makes sense in normal communication, unless you’re specifically talking about the scientific aspect of them.


yeah if we count tomatoes as a fruit, then it’s tomatoes.


well, I got 16%…

Edit: I tried again and got much easier questions. 50%!


I used to have that issue with kmail, until I realised I needed to select the oauth option when logging in.


I’ve always used “they” when referring to a single person, never really noticed I was doing it, however my mum also insists that “they” is plural.


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Popups on websites that ask “would you like to take a survey”, are themselves surveys.

I guess.


(UK) I see these in older buildings, but usually newer building have the windows from the post, or simpler swinging ones. I’ve never seen a new-looking window of the sliding design.


I’m familiar with gemini, but not active on it or anything. I’d be willing to do some occasional moderation until someone better turns up. I made my own gemini capsule as a rust learning project a while ago, but never put content on it. And I browse the community/sublemmy occasionally.


You can use newpipe on android-based smart TVs.


PineNote colour maybe one day?


The phone always knows who is using it, not just when you want it to know.


56 is the best number. I have no idea when or why I decided that.


Yeah this is what I use, however it’s not just for phone to PC, you can use it between any devices (although I couldn’t get it working on a TV running android).


there is also the “n comments” button below posts in a feed, where the normal clicking area is larger than the middle clicking area, so it looks like you could open it in a new tab (mouse cursor, underline), but middle clicking does nothing.


According to this article their results are still largely based on bing’s: https://lemmy.ml/post/30520


I use middle click instead of left click 99% of the time when browsing the internet. You get used to it after a while.


I have my own base-16 time system I came up with https://fiftysix.scot/Base-16/Time , which I still need to finish.