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Joined 3M ago
Cake day: Aug 24, 2021


Mine too, I wonder where it doesn’t?

What about using :) ;) ^^ -.- instead?

Or start with zero and don’t allow voting on one’s own posts at all. The whole idea of voting is getting the community’s opinion after all

The only disadvantage I can think of is traditional cookware that were made for being surrounded by flames from all sides, like woks

Instagram seems to be the wrong platform for this kind of content

It would be daunting if Lemmy got a userbase as big as Reddit, with all the problems that come with it.

On a content level however, there should be enough ways to filter out the stuff you don’t wanna see… but even with the possibility to downvote, more moderation would be in order and a clear consensus of where Lemmy wants to position itself and to what degree less popular opinions should be tolerated. This is a thought process that has to be finished before this place gets flooded with an overwhelming wave of new users (which is rather unlikely anyway).

All that money spent on developing self-driving cars could be spent to improve public infrastructure

I mean you only deserve it if you’re proud of something you can’t truly own despite paying for it

There’s a conflict with treating others how you want to be treated (idealist) and how you were actually treated (revenge), assuming you weren’t treated well.

Further, it can be considered just lucky enough if you have grandparents’ love to cancel out parents’ lack thereof. Or motherly love to cancel out father’s lack thereof. It has to cancel out in some way


You could build your own personal knowledge base with Trilium Notes, as seen here: https://lemmy.ml/post/85062

I would have posted this in !dankmemes

Absolutely agree, the main page is painting a really grim picture. It’d be a cool idea if you could group sublemmies in different personal containers, like ‘entertainment’, ‘privacy’, ‘politics’ for example

If you can’t think of any really scary stuff, chances are that you repressed it. Likely for that reason, I can’t think of anything from the top of my head either. In general however, I think anything inexplicable/mysterious that happens can be considered scary, like stuff disappearing or someone lurking in the dark. Alternatively, the threat of dying, like falling into an ice-hole or getting lost in the woods.

GNU nano can’t be not mentioned here, it’s command line only

been using Greasemonkey since using browser add-ons

Lemmy is less overwhelming in pretty much every regard, be it loading speed or number of users, of communities, of comments… There is not enough content yet, but the big advantage is that content isn’t consumed from a single big platform, but from several smaller sources (different instances through federation)