This bit of news tells me that 1. the transition wasn't been completely botched and 2. it's unlikely I will be fired this year, which seems great given that my job lets me have much greater positive impact through Effective Altruism and contributions to the open source community.
I was a bit fearful because in the last cycle I went back to a more technical role, and I've been dedicating more of my free time to the [[agora]] instead of to "catching up" at work (which I know is not great, but I did sometimes traditionally), so a decrease seemed likely.
Chrome has done the same in the past, mind you.
It's like browsers don't really think keeping tabs around is a top priority, whereas I feel it is.
These threads are always my loneliest but I love scripting
I struggled with copying pictures through buggy camera wifi interfaces for years, now I plug them (USB) and run this almost offensively simple script and it syncs + uploads to [[google photos]] every time.
I find it difficult to cope with non-deterministic interfaces.
@galene interesting position (as expressed in rightsofcharacters.gitlab.io)!
Have you perhaps read [[fictional minds]]?
I fear the more I speak, the less will others be likely to listen.
SRE by day, utopian by night.
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