Possibly the best ending in Nextdoor history… pic.twitter.com/MhJ9bhy9TQ
— Best of Nextdoor (@bestofnextdoor) January 8, 2020
From Wh0 at GitHub:
Ah, scissors. They’re important enough that we have an emoji for them. On your device, it appears as ✂️. Unlike the real world tool it represents, the emoji’s job is to convey the idea, especially at small sizes. It doesn’t need to be able to swing or cut things. Nevertheless, let’s judge them on that irrelevant criterion.
From The Verge:
But to compare Facebook to the power of the One Ring misses the lesson of Tolkien’s tale entirely: that such power, even when wielded by the greatest of people (Galadriel) or with the best intentions (Gandalf), is unfit for anyone to possess at all. If Facebook is the Ring of Power, by Boz’s argument, the best course of action is not to debate how to use it, but to recognize that it possesses too much power entirely and cast it back into the fiery chasm from whence it came.
Daily dose of sarcasm and humor.
has anyone tried unplugging the Pentagon and plugging it back in again?
— Moira Whelan (@moira) January 6, 2020
It’s easy enough to pick this Caterpillar padlock with a lockpicking rake, but if that seems too difficult, just buy another Caterpillar padlock of the same model. They all use the same key.
It’s time to do an annual backup of your data from online accounts. Here are the links you need:
— Feross 🧙🏼♂️✨ (@feross) January 1, 2020
“Everything the light touches is yours.”
“What is that shadowy place, full of Windows?”
“You must never go there, Samba.”
— SwiftOnSecurity (@SwiftOnSecurity) January 1, 2020
65 out of 69 men.
65 out of 102 total riders.
Well, at least I beat all the women. 😭