picked up a blu-ray player from the council recycling facility.
plug it in. no remote, can't use. has a LAN port?
Port 23 is open! port 23!

I love that this is valid C and does exactly what it looks like it's doing
it's lovely
(attempt 2, fixed desc)

I keep looking at these sorts of pics from my electronics lab and thinking the waveforms should spell out like, uwu or something
they never do

saw some Extremely Floofy Chickens at a fair recently
(image cw: caged chooks)

so this happened today

(img cw: potentially... furrymisia text? idk)

and this, web developers, is how you make privacy-aware users hate you

I decommissioned an iMac a few weeks ago - I've been using it since around 2011, and then my brother got it in late 2017. I played Minecraft, browsed online and learnt to program Java (minecraft/bukkit plugins) and then C (WiiU) on this machine. My brother did much the same, learning Scratch and playing with Game Maker, downloading copious mp3s, and making his own desktop backgrounds in Paint. It's a 17" Late 2006 model, fresh off the Intel transition; and would be considered junk by most today.

"huh, this site's down, lemme run it through archive.org..."

when u realise your methodology's flawed but it's too late to fix it

I accidentally clicked and dragged and all of a sudden this tab opened

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