doing hot enby shit (reading The Field Guide to Understanding Human Error)

things that work better than you'd expect: the Once In A Lifetime video set to vsauce think music

opening my wikipedia app to see where i left off and now i have to reread half the European Train Control System article because my 3am brain didn't understand anything beyond "mm trains"

birdsite 

still wondering what went through the mind of the marketing guy that decided that what looks like a harrowing graphical interpretation of media addiction and context collapse would also make really rad branding for the people perpetrating it

yeah i have... unconventional tastes
*keeps eye contact while spreading pesto on my slice of raisin bread*

no mom i swear the thigh highs are thrombosis prevention because of the vaccine

gross 

brain sensory input sanitizer, abridged:
1. ignore the problem
2. has ignoring it made the problem go away?
2a. YES: good. continue
2b. NO: throw up

"ignoring the problem until it goes away" is already widespread in computing and it doesn't seem to work. i wonder if giving computers the ability to feel physically sick could improve things

oepsie woepsie! de boat is stukkie wukkie! we sijn heul hard aan t werk om dit te make
mss kan je beter fwietsen owo

yet an unassuming, rambunctious Martian is about to discover the true meaning of perseverance... in the Twilight Zone.

*pours emself another whisky* this quite reminds me a lot of orwell's 1498, where a totalitarian population suppresses the opinions of the state

where do i get the peripherals i need to make my Print Screen key truly print screens. been bugging me all this time why all my keyboards have been lying to me

hopefully won't spoil your use of weapons experience but if you're reading it rn maybe don't open 

(what is the opposite of Courtesy) of a friend on discord: Kermithiomel

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trying to google "rage comic celery guy" because my mind is slowly foundering

my new TNG trans headcanon, or as i like to call it, the sapphic worf hypothesis

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