I bit the bullet and ended up ordering one (est. Q4 this year). Repairability looks good, support is nice, there’s a good community behind it, and if it lasts as much as my old handhelds if will be amazing (with maintenance, changing batteries…)
@jbauer hated the “FOMO is good” premise, BUT I agree it’s better to heal the root rather than remove it from your life (ie develop a healthy relationship with technology)
@noa at the beginning it’s just kids doing kids stuff, later there’s a bigger plot for (more or less) the entire series. I liked it a lot!
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You can celebrate this #ZeroCoolDay by checking out the hijinks which ensued when I introduced my wonderful spouse to 1995's "Hackers." https://modern.technology/2021/05/02/modern-technology-watches-episode-213-hackers-1995/
I just looked it up and it’s an old Thule Stravan, it’s 22L wtf
I think I’m falling into r/onebag and ultralight pits, but trying to reuse as much gear as possible instead of buying new.
@terceranexus6 publicarás alguna cosilla o manual? Me encantaría leer sobre este tema y replicar algo, creo que había al menos un hacklab en Zaragoza pero ya nada...
@joshavanier but that’s css modules, it needs classes just because of how it works. You can use global css files tho, which would be even simpler.
I do agree 100% on the size issues, the dependency tree for base projects is just stupid…
For me, a problem (re: your css issues) is the 17486 ways of doing things in React, and relying on other libraries all the time.
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