fastidious arrakis.netbros.com
Following
54
Followers
30

“Oh, no room for Bender, huh? Fine! I’ll go build my own lunar lander, with blackjack and hookers. In fact, forget the lunar lander and the blackjack. Ahh, screw the whole thing!”

Recent twts from fastidious

So, @prologic, having a slash on the nick breaks mentions. Is there a consensus on which characters are allowed on nicks, or just about anything goes? Evidently I am not going to be exchanging that many twts (if anything at all) with someone with a slash on their nick, but it would be nice to either set some “standard”, or fix mentions (again?!) to accommodate.


#olijdpa
In-reply-to > Cryptocurrencies Tumble As Global Investors Reduce Risk New submitter NoMoreDupes shares a report from CoinDesk: The crypto market was in a sea of red on Friday as bitcoin, the world's largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, tumbled more than 10% over the past 24 hours. It appears that global investors have entered the year with a reduced appetite for risk, and so the correlations between speculative assets su ... ⌘ Read more

Cryptocurrencies were not the only ones “tumbling” (that sounds a bit sensationalist, but it is the click bait modus operandi). The S&P500 also fell, together with others. My stocks/funds took a -/+ $10,000 dive today. I guess it is the nature of the beast.


#tua66rq
In-reply-to > Google Could Face Class-Action Lawsuit Over Free G Suite Legacy Account Shutdown On Wednesday, Google announced that it is getting rid of the G Suite legacy free edition, "which allowed those that snuck in before 2012 to get free Google apps services tied to a custom domain rather than Gmail," reports Android Police. Since a lot of people will be left "in the lurch" after the shutdown, attorneys ... ⌘ Read more

A class action lawsuit was inevitable, I saw it coming as I heard the news of the upcoming Google changes. For those on the old Google Apps For Domains, keep this link handy. I wouldn’t recommend to sign up just yet, unless you are willing to jeopardise your grandfathered account earlier. But keep it handy as “stuff’s getting better, is getting better every day!”


#m7kmqfa

This behind a Google Account login—which, if you have the grandfathered “Google Apps for Your Domain”, or just a Gmail address, you will have—is the beginning. I haven’t received my email yet, but this is coming for sure:

“If you have the G Suite legacy free edition, you need to upgrade to a paid Google Workspace subscription to keep your services. The G Suite legacy free edition will no longer be available starting May 1, 2022. Starting May 1, Google will seamlessly transition you to Google Workspace, which you can use at no cost until July 1, 2022.”


#czuucgq
In-reply-to > Testing code block. I will hit return, and enter a code block right after. This is a long text here, so that the code block will have a horizontal scrollbar to see if it overflows to the line right below. I will not close the code block, and add another line right beneath it. More on the code block, a second line in it. This line goes right after the code block, no blank spaces before it.

Same, or even weirder result. The first twt on this yarn, on conv shows fine. The second, on the other hand, shows the overflow over the line below the code block. That is, the code block overflows on the line below. I am seeing this on Safari desktop. It is fine on mobile.


#aob2cla
In-reply-to > Testing code block. I will hit return, and enter a code block right after. This is a long text here, so that the code block will have a horizontal scrollbar to see if it overflows to the line right below. I will not close the code block, and add another line right beneath it. More on the code block, a second line in it. This line goes right after the code block, no blank spaces before it.

Now doing the same, but adding an empty line in between.

This is a long text here, so that the code block will have a horizontal scrollbar to see if it overflows to the line right below. I will not close the code block, and add another line right beneath it.
More on the code block, a second line in it.

This line goes right after the code block, with an empty line in between.


#xzl3ima

Testing code block. I will hit return, and enter a code block right after.

This is a long text here, so that the code block will have a horizontal scrollbar to see if it overflows to the line right below. I will not close the code block, and add another line right beneath it.
More on the code block, a second line in it.

This line goes right after the code block, no blank spaces before it.


#jmwupsq