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Stig Lindqvist
Developer, Site Reliability Engineer and a citizen of the world. I do scream at the clouds quite often. He/Him.
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Humanoid History Dec 3
Remembering Ben Bova (1932-2020) in paperback form. Cover art by Gene Szafran, Johnny Bruck, Boris Vallejo, and Davis Meltzer.
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Stig Lindqvist Dec 2
My niece passed away earlier this year after years and years of struggling with cancer. It will be a really weird Christmas without her but we'll do our absolute best. <3
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Stig Lindqvist Dec 2
Currently there is a lot of thoughts and work in progress about the Christmas tree
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Stig Lindqvist Dec 2
I’m sure it’s supposed to be a dog around? Where is it?
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Stig Lindqvist Dec 2
Replying to @pepperraccoon
Ahaha, moss green, ahahah (projection intensifies)
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Stig Lindqvist Dec 2
Replying to @stojg
Oh, if you want to do the same and your playlist is a lot of electronic music and you cant be arsed to look up their labels, you can try my that will automatically try to look it up at beatports.
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Stig Lindqvist Dec 2
That it was put on the harshest category of drugs to begin with is just..
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Stig Lindqvist Dec 2
I'm going to try to buy at least the top twenty songs on my 2020 spotify playlist directly from the artists so they actually get some money.
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Stig Lindqvist Dec 2
Turns out that naming things correctly is still one of the hard things to do in software development.
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Stig Lindqvist Dec 2
Thank you for these skellies, I’ve been looking for retro style fantasy undead for a while. Now I’ve got something to do during the holidays.
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Stig Lindqvist Dec 2
coincidally, a ladder is also something that you can pull up after you used to ensure no one else uses it.
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Colin McMillen, Ph.D. Dec 1
it's entirely unsurprising that there's anti-seatbelters among the anti-mask crowd
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Stig Lindqvist Dec 1
I guess I should mentally prepare (and actually prepare) to do a some impromptu DJ sets this summer. I have a year of music backlog to go through. How do I even find the motivation? :D
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Jodi Dec 1
Being good at things is not the point of doing them.
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Stig Lindqvist Dec 1
And that was the last time anyone trusted you. Brilliant play.
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Stig Lindqvist Dec 1
Replying to @bogan
Why is it suggesting my password to you?
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Stig Lindqvist Nov 30
good deal, but in not sure if would ever put a $268 bowl in my wishlist. Unless I could comfortably sit in it.
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Stig Lindqvist Nov 30
Replying to @ajoneil
Yeah, constant reminder is needed.
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Stig Lindqvist Nov 30
I totally agree with this internet stranger. I think this goes for so much. The freedom to yourself to make a mess, explore, get stuck and generally not feeling like having to ”progress” is a great way to learn maybe because we are having more fun. Peer review can come later.
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Stig Lindqvist Nov 30
Replying to @pepperraccoon
I also sad that I went to the shop before these came up, but.. we'll see :D (do love me the skeleton birds tho)
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