This is not my terminal window. My terminal window was at a command prompt, not running tail -f.
This is not my terminal window. My terminal window was local to my machine, not a remote SSH session.
This is not my terminal window. My terminal window was five levels deep in the project I'm working on, not in my home directory.
My desktop is covered with terminal windows, and none of them is mine!
Honestly, I don't mind paying for stuff. I donate to free software projects. I contribute to this site's admin patreon. But price points matter, and IFTTT is following the typical (and annoying) pattern for formerly-free services where they squash the free tier down hard and aim the lowest paid tier at people who are going to use a lot more of it than I am.
I don't mind that IFTTT is introducing a Pro subscription for additional capabilities, and if there was something I wanted to do with those features, I'd go for it. But what I use it for isn't worth $10/month.
The problem is that they're limiting the free edition to just THREE applets.
wildfire smoke, amazing photo
Whoa... Sutro Tower is surrounded by orange smoke in this shot by Vjeran Pavic above San Francisco yesterday. Via Daily Overview: https://www.over-view.com/overviews/sutro-tower
I’m sure it’s just a delivery, but it looks like they’ve wrapped the entire store in bubble wrap to ship it somewhere.
"I’m not sure how to feel about the fact that telling a neural net to pretend it’s a smaller, more-confused neural net is now easier than actually training the smaller neural net."
welcome to the future I guess
"Just because there is now a multi-billion-dollar industry based on the abject betrayal of our privacy doesn’t mean the sociopaths who built it have any right whatsoever to continue getting away with it"
Wait, isn't that backwards?
Actually this whole #duolingo Spanish lesson has the kind of absurdity I'm used to seeing in the German lessons, with dogs watching movies, birds cleaning the farm, and even a horse cleaning the bathroom.
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