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The KTimer application is an unexpectedly good summary of why people don't like KDE

This thing has many options (even a way to start a timer at an arbitrary point in its duration), but it's very confusing and it doesn't even integrate with the desktop notification system unless you write the command line yourself
I was doing some counts of hashtag-np statuses from mastodon.social, glitch.social, my instance, and cybre.space

at least from those four instances, it looks like a leading contender for the Sound Of The Fediverse is, uh, Jamiroquai

the account distribution breaks down basically as you'd expect though sdfn-01.ninjawedding.org/media
out of all the crappy and inscrutable errors I've seen, I don't know why this is making me rofl

but there you go
set a new flat-ground 5K personal best: 5 km in ~23:20

of course outdoors is neither continuously flat nor climate-controlled but I like having a stick to measure against. also it's slippery as hell outside and I don't have cleats
Outcome update: okay I love this syntax

it's not as concise as Rust try!(...) or operator ?, but it gets the same idea across and enables similar patterns
the most engaging application I've found for a 4k screen so far is rendering giant-ass DOS font glyphs at obscene resolution
Here's a user stylesheet snippet you can use to replace hamburger menus with hamburgers:

.fa-bars:before {
content: "πŸ”" !important;
}

It doesn't work on everything, not even all websites using Font Awesome (you wouldn't believe how many ways people find to implement the hamburger...) but it occasionally pops up in hilarious places
lol, top has an option to display process image sizes in petabytes (cycle through units by pressing e)

I don't doubt that *someone* finds that useful, but I do wonder *who* that is
I was cleaning up my post heatmap thing from this morning and decided it'd be easier to reimplement it using d3 instead of extracting junk from irb history, so here we are

depot.ninjawedding.org/chrmap/

js: depot.ninjawedding.org/chrmap/

cc @chr @noiob @Antanicus
A friend of mine looked at the cover for Imogen Heap's "Sparks" and wondered if it was an anime rendition of Imogen

It isn't, but now I can't unsee that, and hopefully now you can't either