Reading various social media sites saying “it’s ok, we’re safe, we’ve blocked Gab” - the latest being micro.blog. I’m pretty sure I wouldn’t be interested in a lot of what is said there, though I’ve never really looked, but I don’t see why people want to block off anything they disagree with. On the one hand, it’s amazingly arrogant to believe you are always right, and on the other it’s naive to ignore the “other side” & pretend it doesn’t exist.
Ha ha, listening to Grumpy Old Bens. So like my workplace:
“This doesn’t work”
“Oh.” Followed by “we’ve released a patch which fixes it. Can you test it”.
“Um, ok, it still doesn’t work”.
My last response was “do some testing before handing it over to me. I’m supposed to test the implementation not the basic functionality”.
Three years later... still not fixed.
Happy Easter for those who mark the occasion. Or not, in some parts of the world.
Sri Lanka explosions: 137 killed as churches and hotels targeted https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-48001720
Time for my late Sunday evening wind-down in the little bit of sanity that is No Agenda. Oh, and strawberry gin. That helps, too.
Roll on next week, see how many more ways the UK comes up with to subvert democracy and not actually uphold the result of a referendum.
Not really, I'd quite happily stick on Sundays forever, except that they can be my busiest days: walking and organ-playing duty.