The most frustrating and disappointing feeling when dealing with software isn't when it's not working, it's when it *tells you* it's working but it's not.
I mean seriously, nothing feels worse than seeing a progress bar or loading spinner or something, that tells you "don't worry, it'll be done soon!" but you just know that it's not.
This song gets me in one of those moods that can't be described using words, and I love it
(also as a bonus fact, my dad played on this album)
Here are some pictures and illustrations of various versions of this TV.
I'm *really* pumped about it.
Dear #foss developers, you encounter an open source project and feel enticed to check out their community. Discord is mentioned as the only place where the discussions take place.
A - Great, I already have an account anyway.
B - Ok, I'd be willing to join if the project is interesting enough.
C - Not ok, I will not be part of those discussions.
D - Other (see comment)
Boosts appreciated (research for blog post).
I mean they said they'll fix it immediately, but still, how do you let that go through the entire process, all the way up to the president signing it into law
hey is there anybody on the fediverse who lived in germany between like 1982-1984 and listened to NDR
or anyone who was active in the music scene there around that time
or even any radio DJ's from that era
because the world could use your help solving the mystery of the most mysterious song on the internet
basically, all you need to do is read the wikipedia article and listen to the song and hopefully you'll recognize it and remember who it is
boosts appreciated, you never know, fedi might be the place to crack this case!!!
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