The thing that defines #floridawhiteboys is that they have already reached their peak (flashing gang signs on a ride at disney world at the exact moment the cameras go off) but cannot show it to the world (because the pictures cost too much money to buy). their fight is to constantly prove that they can once again reach those heights, and it is this struggle that gives them a purpose
Theory: Older people aren't worse at discovering or using new technology. UIs are just worse at conveying function/intent
"Beginning users and many intermediates relied almost exclusively on visible cues for finding commands. They relied on (and found intuitive) menu bars and tool bars, but did not use pop-up (or “context”) menus, even after training."
"All but the most advanced users did not understand how to manage overlapping windows efficiently."
@vantablack so what you're saying is that meme was created by hatsune miku and was temporarily misattributed
r/traa post, may contain sensitive content
Vastly, vastly superior! https://redd.it/egbn2b
unfortunatly boot animation replacement would be a no
(im allowed read access without root, but only read)
"[Netflix] now routinely ends shows after their second season, even when they’re still popular. Netflix has learned that the first two seasons of a show are key to bringing in subscribers—but the third and later seasons don’t do much to retain or win new subscribers.
Ending a show after the second season saves money, because showrunners who oversee production tend to negotiate a boost in pay after two years."
Love old or tiny computers, weird tech, retro stuff.
Transbian, aspergers, adhd.
Professional Goofball, IT student
pfp from picrew, artist is finndraws
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