@gemlog
Falkon? What's that?
Never use a spellchecker. I do use a dictionary (dictd).

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Six Stages of Debugging

Step 1 : That can’t happen.

Step 2 : That doesn’t happen on my machine.

Step 3 : That shouldn’t happen.

Step 4 : Why does that happen?

Step 5 : Oh, I see.

Step 6 : how did that ever work?

@gemlog
Never tried any kind of kniitting. My OH is a dab hand at kitting and crocheting (is that a word?). Division of labour means I've never been motivated to try. Should give it a go, just to see.

@gemlog
No. 😃 Not one of my skills.
The dog is a Scottish Terrier, but not Neachdainn.

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Nothing says Easter more than a Scottish Terrier wearing floppy bunny ears.

@kensanata
Ah, that's why. I thought it was strange that you made the exact same typo several times.

I've seen way more embarrassing autocorrect fails. 😃

@edavies
Ah, on Wikipedia, of course. Good find nonetheless.

I was wondering if it was something as simple as snow + don, and it appears it is.

Snowdon is Yr Wyddfa
and
Snowdonia is Eryri

Which begs the question: where on earth did the names Snowdon and Snowdonia come from?

Today was definitely a "taps aff" weather day, as shown in the forecast (except for viewers in Grampian).

taps-aff.co.uk/

@bob
"pay us or disable your ad blocking"
Honestly, never saw that. I can read the text without enabling any JS. If I want to see images some JS from origin and cdn has to be enabled, still don't see ads etc.

I don't think Samsung see this as a massmarket product, more an aspirational device and to make their £600 'phones seem cheap.

I'd be interested in a larger format device although I wouldn't want to hold a chopping board to my ear. Integration with a headset might be answer.
@penguin42

@penguin42
The Samsung does look cool. Although I would find the permanent crease down the middle of the screen a little off-putting.

Who should they speak to about reducing the cost down from £1,800?

@bob

@kensanata
Somebody switched the "f" and "g" keys on your keyboard? 😉

@sohkamyung
Thought it might. Nymphaea alba are quite common here, particularly as a lily added to ornamental ponds.

Interesting story about potentially using the moth to control Hydrilla verticillata. Using one invasive species to control another. What could possibly go wrong. 😃

@kensanata
Opus isn't always available as a download option from YT.

MP3 has near universal device support, Vorbis much less and Opus much less again (for my locally available set of devices).

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While walking along the river at Springleaf Nature Park, Singapore, I saw a spot of bright red in the water. Getting closer, I saw it was this Red Water Lily (Nymphaea rubra) in full bloom. Spotted on 19 April, 2019.

On iNaturalist [ inaturalist.org/observations/2 ].

@sohkamyung
... and there is a butterfly resting on one of the petals.

Does it keep opening and display more petals, as time passes?

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