Hey fediverse has anyone out there got any experience with fires and/or burning? My kitchen is currently engulfed in flames and from everything I've read that's generally a pretty bad thing. I really need some help or advice about this. I've been trying to inhale all the smoke myself to stop it ruining my furniture but there's just too much and it's actually pretty hot.
Boosts would be appreciated, this might be a long shot but I'm sure someone else out there has had this problem too.
yeah I was going to change windows in tmux but accidentally had the browser focused
In a web browser, visiting a modern web page, control-a shouldn't select all the text in a page. That's only done by mistake and isn't useful.
Similarly, the select-all context item that pops up for long press is not usually useful and takes up space that a more useful menu item could be using.
so I've established I can hunt and peck arm64 assembly with gnu calling conventions into nvim on my smart phone
maybe the important thing is that I could do hello world from memory, which is progress
$ cat hello.s
mov x0, #1
ldr x1, =message
ldr x2, =end_message
sub x2, x2, x1
mov x8, #64
// mov x0, #0 // actually, let's return what
// write returned
mov x8, #93
message: .ascii "hello, android device\n"
hello, android device
$ echo $?
$ cat hi.s
mov x0, #0
mov x8, #93
so around a century ago, there was a comic strip called The Outbursts of Everett True, where the titular character saw people being rude jackasses and decided to deal with this harshly and folks a lot of these still hold up perfectly in modern times
but i am delighted to announce
somebody's found the comics about mask-wearing
and They're Good, Folks
(uncaptioned, feel free to help out with descriptions here, i'd appreciate it)
actually all the bytes are bugs and my program shuffles them around (the registers are the cocoons where they pupate)
ya see buddy, the problems right here, ya got a case of the creepin X, scribbling all over ya buffers like a 3 year old with a crayon
While we're on the subject of decolonising music history/teaching: the first piece of music made by manipulating tape recordings is from Africa. Halim El-Dabh wrote "Ta'abir al-Zaar" ["The Expression of Zaar"] in 1944.
You can find out more about him from his website: http://www.halimeldabh.com/
Note that he was spotted by the US government as a talented composer and recruited to a US University, so there's not a good excuse for ignoring his work, and yet he's not often discussed.
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