Leaked audio from a recycling coalition about how Coke is using hefty public donations to recycling coalitions to shape policy such that no meaningful reduction of plastic bottle generation can happen.
The thing about books that attempt to teach you about practical debugging tools is that they rarely talk about the hairy stuff.
You know, the stuff that you'll always run into.
No one cares much about using a debugger to fix a toy binary tree example. How about the stuff where the data structures are structs with a bunch of unions? Deciphering the output without some help is borderline impossible.
UPS tried to deliver my keyboard today. I use a PO Box because it's more convenient for me. I was able to enter it as a shipping address when I ordered. UPS doesn't deliver to them and tried to deliver to my place instead.
Turns out when they called, my phone rebooted due to an update.
No delivery notice was left.
Not sure what the status is, so I check the site. Nothing helpful unless I have a delivery notice.
I call UPS. I pick what I feel is the most appropriate menu (delivery). It says that I have to supply the first few digits of the delivery notice number or say, "I don't have one."
So, I say, "I don't have one."
Response: "You need the number on the delivery notice."
(Also, "This is a solar-powered website, which means it sometimes goes offline.")
A bunch of technomancers in the fediverse. Keep it fairly clean please. This arcology is for all who wash up upon it's digital shore.