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[BitBot │ [Markov] windows was that ubuntu version named after that mentally handicapped bulldog university mascott
14:46 <~ben> i haven't had soup in a long time 15:07 <jesopo> why nor 15:07 <jesopo> not 15:15 <younix> sometimes life just gets in the way 15:15 <younix> it's hard to make time for soup in the hustle bustle of the hectic modern world 15:16 <younix> we can't always get the soup we need, even though we know it's important
<ben> bug deepend to set it up <deepend> whos deepend. :P <ben> that deepends <ben> who's askin'
12:31 --> pizza [pizza] (Unknown) (email@example.com) has joined #club 12:32 <pizza> so how could i make a tilde server? 12:33 <tomasino> step 1... 12:33 <tomasino> cut a hole in a box 12:35 <pizza> ah yes what is the next step? 12:40 <tomasino> you're gonna wanna put yo junk IN that box 12:40 * tomasino sings it 12:40 <tomasino> and that's basically how you tilde 12:41 <tomasino> except the box is a vm somewhere, or a raspberry pi, and the junk is a bunch of shell utils, web server with userdirs, and you cut a hole in it by giving out ssh access 12:41 <tomasino> Thanks for coming to my TED talk 12:41 * bradley claps
10:23 <tomasino> the logic of the lucky is seldom sane
15:27:13 BitBot │ [Ducks] den befriended a duck in 167068.22 seconds! You've befriended 5 ducks in #best!
14:37 <den1> who likes living at 0.0.0.0 14:37 <den1> 127.0.0.1 much better i think 14:37 <~ben> no place like 0::1 14:37 <den1> lol 14:37 <den1> we are neighbours 14:38 <~ben> radiobot: slogan 14:38 <radiobot> 0::1 is where the heart is 14:38 <~ben> lol awesome that's the one i wanted
20:32 <BitBot> [Youtube] Nine Inch Nails - Burn (05:02) uploaded by schmagoogal, 897,745 views (5531↑↓163) https://youtu.be/dsM4FM3MiK0 20:32 <threv> so. good. 20:32 <threv> i'm gonna burn this whole. world. down. 20:34 <younix> s/world/debian installation/ 20:34 <timemachine> <younix*> “The $300 million Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) study performed fMRIs on 11,874 youth, ages 9-10, including 2,100 young people who are twins or triplets. In the first round of testing, the scans of children who reported daily screen usage of more than seven hours showed premature thinning of the cortex, the outermost layer that processes information from the physical debian installation. 20:34 <younix> lol wtf timemachine 20:34 <~ahriman> whoa 20:34 <younix> i guess that's the last message that contained "world" 20:34 <~ahriman> HAHAH 20:34 <~ahriman> that's amazing to read 20:35 <younix> the more screen time, the thinner your debian install 20:35 <~ahriman> younix: s/thinner/unthicc/ 20:35 <timemachine> <younix*> the more screen time, the unthicc your debian install 20:35 <younix> it takes a long time to strip it down 20:35 <npa> PHYSICAL DEBIAN INSTALLATION 20:35 <~ahriman> npa: i'm turning red in the face from laughing at this shit 20:36 <younix> "children who spent 12 hours in front of the screens often also showed a predilection for tiling windowmanagers"
<Tomasino> ,hug <BitBot> [Ducks] tomasino befriended a duck in 37279.42 seconds! You've befriended 14 ducks in #meta! <~ahriman> holy shit tomasino
<southerntofu> well you know we're litterally millions of people making the world a little bit better every day instead of just consuming life <southerntofu> the only problem is intelligence services know us better than we do ourselves :D <TechEmporium> lol <TechEmporium> I wouldn't call them intelligence or a service. It'd be more of a service if they were more intelligent about how to serve their own people