I spoke too soon about Dominos putting the pizza on a pedestal. Yeah they put it straight on the floor. Disgusting!

I like that puts your on a pedestal. There's nothing grosser than putting food on the ground.

COVID-19 reduced customer service of many delivery companies as they put your food on the ground (which normally would be disgusting). Food is on the same rug shoes walk on and then gets transferred to the counter.

I'm between getting the GoPro 9 and DJI Osmo Pocket 2 cameras. One offers a built-in waterproof case and live-streaming. The other offers a small camera on a 3-axis gimbal.

This Week in KDE - Hamburgers! Check out the tasty new component that will make all your app options easier to find:

pointieststick.com/2021/04/02/

Find out more about the logic behind the KHambugerMenu and why it will help in your own apps:

pointieststick.com/2021/04/03/

So I'm thinking about selling domains and hosting as a side project. But since it takes some investment I need to commit to it, longterm, if I'm going to do it.

It's too late to make Suez Canal jokes. That ship has sailed

Been testing @devrtz #sip code in #calls. #phosh reminded me to end that call before restart - nice to see things coming together:

PinePhone remote control through VNC with WayVNC (available in the AUR).

I'm using Vinagre as client, no scaling issues with it.

Come take a trip with me down memory lane:

CD-MAN (DOS, 1989)

I used to play this as a kid in the early 90s. Before that I had only seen Pac-Man on the Atari 2600, which was a rather lousy version of this classic.

Here you had to collect keys to unlock parts of the map. Also, no ghosts, but spiders instead. CD-MAN still looks like Pac-Man tho 😆

2GB of disk space? I would have killed for that as a kid.

Oh, also: Norton Commander 5.51, the last release that ever came out for DOS (1998).

The memories.

Remember Death Rally, one of the many Apogee shareware hits?

4-player network support over IPX/SPX made it a dark horse for LAN parties.

@Gargron it has bad updates like the 2004 update that causes all kinds of problems, but it is a modern operating system.

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