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Josh Pigford
Maker. Dabbler. Founder of . I can't stop starting things. Projects: , and who knows what else.
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Josh Pigford 6h
Replying to @joshu @nervous_jessica
Clamps are literally the thing I tell my kids to buy me for my birthday. That and socks. 👴🏻
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Josh Pigford Sep 26
Replying to @TalktoHenryJ
Haha, trust me, we’ve looked! :) We’ve got a minivan at the moment that works great for road trips. I’ve just got the Tesla bug and trying to figure out how to replace our minivan with it without spending an amount that would buy a small house.
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Josh Pigford Sep 26
Replying to @TalktoHenryJ
That Y you tested...is that “comfortably” fits 5 adults? Or just sort of “acceptably” fits? Do you think those 5 adults would be happy in a Y for a road trip that took 2 full days?
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Josh Pigford Sep 26
Replying to @SamRueby
Wish we could get one of the smaller/cheaper options, but 5 adult/near-adult humans together in a typical car (especially on long trips)...nobody would be happy. 🙃
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Josh Pigford Sep 26
Anyone have a Tesla Model X and somehow regret it? Debating on the long-range, 6-seat option for our family of 5 (2 adults, 2 teens, 1 pre-teen).
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Josh Pigford Sep 25
Replying to @ryandoom
Man I can down an entire sleeve of Ritz any time, any day.
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Josh Pigford Sep 25
Salami + Pepper Jack Cheese may be the perfect combination of anything to ever exist.
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Josh Pigford Sep 25
Replying to @scottmathson
The cost was mostly database related and handling very long-running, memory-intensive background jobs. For the amount of storage and processing, it just needed big, fast equipment.
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Josh Pigford Sep 25
Replying to @scottmathson
Zero interest in playing sysadmin on a side project. Of course there are always ways to reduce infrastructure costs, but I also wanted to actually enjoy working on it.
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Josh Pigford Sep 25
I mean, I'm old so I'm probably wrong, but in my head (and the people I'm referring to) are the Instagram folks who are constantly trying to make their lives look interesting and then ultimately selling herbal tea in sponsored posts. 👴
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Josh Pigford Sep 25
I'm not talking about the pros...I'm talking about the 90%+ who are essentially wannabe influencers who are slowly eroding all their personal relationships in the name of "content".
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Josh Pigford Sep 25
Sure, the "pros" are that way because they're probably making enough money to actually pull off a 9-5, but that's gotta be a tiny fraction of the number of people who are trying to be influencers.
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Josh Pigford Sep 25
Replying to @Shpigford
I get it...influencers are essentially entertainers. Fine. But it's different from, say, an actor or musician as being an influencer requires you to be "always on"...every second is a chance to produce something. How does anyone maintain that or even know what reality is?
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Josh Pigford Sep 25
What my brain has such a hard time with when it comes to "influencers" is that they're essentially walking billboards that are attempting to monetize every second of their existence. How can you even have normal relationships when every interaction is a "content opportunity"?
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Josh Pigford Sep 25
Replying to @jackmcdade
"Thanks for the feedback, Broseph! It was my mother's dying wish that the site suck on mobile Safari, so to have someone validate that really means a lot."
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Josh Pigford Sep 25
Replying to @donnfelker
Thought about it but too much hassle given the code itself was open source already and the costs of running the service would ultimately make it hard to get anything worthwhile for it.
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Josh Pigford Sep 24
Replying to @pugson
I was using . The problem was I was basically needing to replicate every user's entire Spotify library and to actually process all the crazy rules meant a ton of crazy, memory-intensive database queries.
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Josh Pigford Sep 24
Replying to @thomaslutz_de
That's exactly what I'm already doing with no luck. Example: And here's what's in my htaccess file.
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Josh Pigford Sep 24
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Josh Pigford Sep 24
Replying to @thomaslutz_de
Nope. Still not solved.
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