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Anon chats with an elderly woman
  • When I see an overfliendly guy saying hello and trying to initiate a small talk with everyone I instantly think that they are either making fun of it or that something is wrong with them. Politeness and openness have their own social cues and when someone just decides to do something for just one day on their life, just because "today say hello people" then it sticks out. You cannot draw conclusions out of it. I would simply just ignore them and look the other way. That doesn't mean that I would also ignore someone who would truly wanted something

  • Is this NOT about 'saving democracy'?!
  • You should question his mental capacity for numerous other reasons other than this answer. And the fact that this guy is the only reply to Trump, should had forced you to question the mental capacity of the majority of the population

  • As an extra, my grandma once called me "devilspawn"
  • I want to give you a virtual hug as I could had written the exact same things for me. I struggle with the same stuff and now being close to my 40s it is exhausting. I got diagnosed with ADHD before almost 5 years but as I look deeper into I tend to believe it must be more like a childhood trauma result than just genetics. Lookup C-PTSD and the overlapping symptoms are way too much for this would be just a coincidence. But every step towards a better situation is a good step.

  • RockYou2024: 10 billion passwords leaked in the largest compilation of all time
  • My browser uses the same algorithm, so the text I entered is "2gtth5" now. The server looks up my hashed password

    This is not correct. Your browser will submit "shark" and then the backend server will do whatever hashing is required and after that it will compare the hashes. If hashing was happening in the browser that would mean that an attacker would be be able to attack by using just the hashes of the passwords, not the passwords themselves. Also in such case, the browser would had been responsible to do the required salting which in turn would make it pointless as it would had been known.

  • Jack Dorsey claims Bluesky is 'repeating all the mistakes' he made at Twitter
  • I had fully understood what you wanted to mean, even though phrased badly. However the reason I quoted it is because of how contradictory is your thought process.

  • Jack Dorsey claims Bluesky is 'repeating all the mistakes' he made at Twitter
  • I personally blocked it because I want to talk to everyone on lemmy

    Genius

  • EA gonna EA
  • There is literally no reason to hardcode the ads in the game. They need a placeholder that will show ads fetched from an API, like Google ads. The ads will always be up to date and targeted

  • EA gonna EA
  • There is literally no reason to hardcode the ads in the game. They need a placeholder that will show ads fetched from an API, like Google ads. The ads will always be up to date and targeted

  • EA gonna EA
  • There is literally no reason to hardcode the ads in the game. They need a placeholder that will show ads fetched from an API, like Google ads. The ads will always be up to date and targeted

  • Anon likes public humiliation
  • Man what the fuck is this thing in the US? Why don't they have defaults? Like if I order a cheeseburger I want the conversation to end there. I don't want the cashier to ask me if I want the normal cheese or the smoked one or the whatever the fuck they have available. And then if I want the normal fries or the country or or wtf. If I wanted an other-than-the-default I should had said it by myself. Or even worse once I was asked "which kind of cheese would you like in your cheeseburger?" Wtf sorry madam I didn't study your catalog yesterday while at home to know in advance which kinds of cheese you have in your restaurant in which I come for my first time ever. I just want a fucking default cheeseburger, not to discuss with you about it for 5 minutes

  • Good luck!
  • They voluntarily put webcams in their houses with several known security issues which transmit everything open in the cloud. And they purposefully have a listening device which transmits to Amazon whatever they talk about in order to be able to listen to music without having to use a mouse or tap on a screen.

    But having an ID with a photo on it? That's where they put the line

  • Anon experiences Joe Rogan
  • Yes I know. My reply was towards explaining that the knowledge even though it exists, it still requires big human effort and its not something like "we'd copy what we already have and it will work"

  • Anon experiences Joe Rogan
  • Yes I know. My reply was towards explaining that the knowledge even though it exists, it still requires big human effort and its not something like "we'd copy what we already have and it will work"

  • Anon experiences Joe Rogan
  • we haven't lost the knowledge or resources needed

    Yeah its not that simple. Knowledge is pretty much lost in terms that there is not any easy or practical way to reconstruct for example the computer that navigated the Apollo and assume that this will provide a flawless trip. This hardware is also outdated so it would had been dumb to attempt to reconstruct something so many decades old. Also the code that run there was coded for this specific hardware which makes it unsuitable for modern hardware. So yeah, the knowledge exists in archives but is not really usable as is

  • Anon loses his virginity
  • Because identifying the problem is just the first step. Working towards the solution is the next step and usually it is very difficult to make the breakthrough by yourself.

    I had the same stance as you, I read many books, watched many videos and was trying to work on it by thinking about it by myself. However the progress I made when I actually decided to talk to a real person and working on it by actually exposing myself to the therapist is in a different magnitude

  • "There are thousands of volunteers who donated their labour to Duo... Bit by bit all of our work was hidden from us as Duolingo became a publicly-traded company."
  • Yeah but this is in the area of unpaid labor. You "had to" solve a captcha in order they let you use another service. You are not visiting a page with the sole purpose of voluntarily solving captchas

  • Anon loses his virginity
  • Man you are saying you're considering sterilization, on the next comment you say that you have accepted that you will never find joy, and on the other comment you say that you think that nothing is that big that worths seeking professional help. Get yourself a favor and go to a therapist