@kaniini @Gargron I think the greatest thing about all this Gab crap is seeing the both of you being on the same page about something

And for comparison, the Radio Shack "5 Megabyte Disk System". Yes this is a hard drive. Yes it was made in the 70s. It retailed for $4000 70's dollars. It was about the same size but a little shorter than a desktop MicroATX PC. The write protect is the KEY on the right. It was about the same size of 4 of those ST506's previously posted set 2x2 on the desk.

The ST506 80MB MFM hard drive. For comparison, the black circle in the center could fit a 256GB microSD card within its bounds, a medium that stores 3000x more data than the drive under it.

@zorinlynx my first ever use of Linux was Slackware 1.x on a semi-generic 386/40 mobo with an 80MB hd which was, due to partition limitations of the day, partitioned 16MB for DOS/Windowws, 32MB for Linux, and 32MB for both DOS and Linux using umsdos. The whole thing was in an original PC-AT case because the mobo replaced a 286 8mhz original AT board lol

Instead of reassignment centers for teachers, why can't we have reassignment centers for trans folks? I'd love to be able to walk into a "reassignment center" and say, i'd like to get reassigned, pay a small deductible, and be on an operating table the same day...

@kaniini I don't know who wins in that list but its certainly not the viewers

I am not that thrilled about the micro-hdmi on the Raspberry Pi 4, but I am impressed with everything else. I forsee that I will never buy ones that aren't 4gb though.. #raspberrypi4

@kaniini I'm pretty sure those millions went to someones Porsche

@kaniini You're late to the party if you like your party done the Andy Warhol way.

@kaniini They are at war for their survival. But not for their lives, but for the relevance of their ideals.

Hopefully, we'll win and lay bigots and fascists at the feet of history, to be read about in books as a warning to future generations.

@kaniini Emoji pronouns have been a thing on Tumblr for over a year.

the idea of having the pleroma relay serve a "blacklist.txt" file from its root which lists all the instances the relay is blacklisting, so that the other relays can add those lists to their own, is intriguing

Adding the pleroma relay has sure given me more to look at...

@foxiepaws i'll add support for reading your reject list to SafetyDance soon. It's relatively easy for me to turn an array or common element into a parseable list with jq.
I also need support for making a block whitelist file, after reading yours. I wouldn't want to block botsin.space i think thats where the hourly fox bot runs.

I'm going to connect kitsunet to the pleroma.site relay, lets see how well this goes down.

I believe this will bring alot more content into kitsunet, but it might be at a cost..

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