Following the advice of @sjw , I finally got an AT101W! Probably paid more than what you would in the states but oh well :/

First impression is that it sure takes up a ton of space compared to my 60%. My cramped dorm room desk basically has no room for anything else :)

The feel is pretty awesome, though the keys *are* significantly stiffer than the ones I've used. (Stiffest switches I've ever used long-term are probably Matias Quiets.)

Also, the deck flex between the function and number keys are pretty surprising. Does not interfere with typing in any way though.

Will probably write more on it after using it for a few days.

Happened a while ago but basically forgot to post...

Anyway, I did pretty badly on Round 2. A lot of trivial properties were either not discovered or only occurred to me late into the contest :(

Third year of participating and never got a t-shirt lol


Probably have to bite the bullet and install the proprietary drivers on my installation...

> Hear alarm clock
> Wake up
> Turn off my alarm
> Realize that it was still early and it was my roommate's alarm that went off
> Go back to sleep
> Oversleep because I turned off my alarm

and more time watching :(

Also, it's freaking hot in right now, like 40°C perceived or sth according to Google. - 2/2

I had one job: shitpost every day...

Some random recaps:

- advanced to R2
- proposal accepted
- Got some jeggings that were too loose around my thighs. Something something S T I C C :/
- Realized the reason why my server always died at midnight was because a cron job that should be 0 0 * * * was set to * 0 * * * :(
- VPS migrated to Ryzen. It was rebooted without me knowing though. Not exactly happy with the lack of communication.
- Feels like I'm spending more - 1/2

Also, the code checking the validation data is broken.

Spent like a few hours debugging a neural net in .

Apparently my hands slipped and `dd`-ed the `model.zero_grad()` line :(

@amic so the duck walked up to the lemonade stand and he said to the man running the stand hey bum bum bum got any grapes the man said no all we have is lemonade but it’s nice and it’s fresh and it’s all homemade care for a glass the duck said I’ll pass then he waddled away waddle waddle then he waddled away waddle waddle waddle till the very next day bum bum bum bum bum bum bum

Playing with / with and .

It's sort of annoying that sometimes my code would fail with some type error or dimension mismatch after running for tens of minutes. Currently dealing with this by testing on a smaller dataset first after code changes, but it still feels a bit unwieldy.

Also, my preprocessing code takes more time than the inference itself... Wonder if there's a good tool for Python.

@a7 @VD15 @matrix @mewmew @p @shadowferret I think Debian abandoned theirs. I think the same thing happened with Gentoo too. I could be thinking of other projects tho.
3 OSs I want to get around to trying out are :crux:, :openbsd:, and OpenIndiana

WHO accused of 'carrying China's water' after official refuses to acknowledge Taiwan

Snowden warns government surveillance amid COVID-19 could be long lasting

Governments could look for reasons to continue tracking people's activity, he says.

Edward Snowden on Monday warned that high-tech surveillance measures governments use to fight the outbreak of COVID-19, the disease caused by the newly identified coronavirus, could have a long-lasting impact. That's according to an interview with the Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival.

The US government, for instance, is reportedly in talks with tech companies like Facebook and Google to use anonymized location data from phones to help track the spread of COVID-19. While some say the measure could be a helpful tool for health authorities to track the virus, others have expressed concerns about their information being shared with the government.

Snowden, a former National Security Agency contractor who leaked documents about mass surveillance activities, said governments can extend the access they have to people's personal information during a crisis and use it to monitor their actions. During this pandemic, for example, governments might say they're worried about public health and could send an order to every fitness tracker to look at measures like pulse and heart rate, and then demand access to that kind of activity, he said.

After the virus is gone and the data is still available to them, governments can use new causes like terrorist threats to justify continually gathering and analyzing people's data, he said.

"They already know what you're looking at on the internet," Snowden said during the interview. "They already know where your phone is moving. Now they know what your heart rate is, what your pulse is. What happens when they start to intermix these and apply artificial intelligence to it?"

In 2013, Snowden revealed details of NSA surveillance programs to journalists, which led to heightened concerns about privacy in the digital era. He faces charges of espionage and theft of government property in the US, and has been living in Russia since 2013.

Dreamt that I was gonna eat a tonkatsu larger than my face.

The alarm clock went off before I could bite in though :(

frantech should host a pleroma instance - i imagine he has a lot of pleroma instances hosted on his services.

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