I actually couldn't resist, and made a new version, with an added reference to the programming language instead. ;)

"May FORTH be with Boo" on Imgur.com


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What do you do when the website frontend of list of outlet products in your local electronics store is impossible to use?

Right, you write your own script that scrapes the data via requests to the the / calls use.

(Webshop in question was loading products page by page, and only then filters the results by your selected local store... meaning you often get only 1 or 2 results added, before you have to trigger the infinite scroll again...)

Dear , if you need a settings page, can you please make sure your fucking isn't visible on the actual cookie policy settings page?

Or at the very least make sure it doesn't fucking obscure the options?

In other words, don't be like the fucking idiots who designed .

alcohol, accessibility RateBeer website 

I was looking up a , and its entry on came up.

Somehow though, I don't think that having your blurb about being dedicated to as your site's snippet is very useful information to show up in search results:

«RateBeer is committed to improving the accessibility of our website for all users, including those with disabilities. If you experience issues or difficulties accessing any information on our site as a result of a disability, we want to hear from you. Please contact us at disabilityaccommodation@anheuser-busch.com with your contact information, the web address where you experienced the issue, and a brief description of the problem.»
Screenshot of DuckDuckGo search results showing the aforementioned blurb as RateBeer.com's page/site description

worse though is that I had to turn of to even be able to see the contents of the site:
Screenshot of a blank page

Of course visiting it with JS on doesn't make it much better, with various banners and overlays taking the focus away from the actual contents.

Screenshot of RateBeer.com's page for the Hansa Mango IPA beer
(Detailed description in attached media's alt text.)

I could not find an affordable to replace the one whose base cracked a few weeks ago. Well, at least not one that doesn't have plastic rather than stainless steel parts on the inside. So, I got this glass with built-in metal filter instead, for 150 NOK (about 15 EUR / 18 USD currently) at .

A first-use review of this kit in the unlisted reply. :)


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Sometimes as a you get that make you want to bash some troll's skull in, or that bring you close to tears because of what a sad excuse of a human being the person behind their keyboard is.
Other times you get a comment such as this that make it all worth it. <3

Finally did my part and supported @vicorva 's project: "Non-Player Character: A Cosy Queer Portal Fantasy Novel".

Not just because I want to support V, but also because I enjoyed her previous novel, Books And Bone and am curious to see what other worlds than she can create. :)

Not quite sure if I ever get the opportunity to play her "Kin" with people, but with the lovely artwork in it, it'll be a nice companion to the novel's world, .

Physical books unfortunately weren't shipping to Norway, but hopefully I'll eventually see it in an actual bookstore here. :)

Want a copy of your own? You have 39 hours left: kickstarter.com/projects/victo

While I'm without a (darned glass cracked last week, and I haven't been to shops yet), this is how I currently brew my daily :


A plastic container originally meant for the smoothie blender, filled with close to boiling hot water and tea leafs in a filter bag.

Testing the capacity of the 128GB USB3.1 memory stick I got today for 109 NOK.
Not used to seeing such affordable here in . Usually you get just 32GB-64GB for that price instead.

(A reason why I normally order SD cards to be used with a USB converter, straight from China, even though that usually has a higher risk of getting cards with a misreported storage size.)

I can comfortably wear my again, so I finally consider it . ;D

Image content warning: selfie, though no direct eye contact? Looking sideways and slightly upwards away from the camera, eyes mostly covered by the shadow of the brim of the hat.


A reminder that all you need for a hood is a . ;)

Image description/cw: a person wearing a 'ninja hood' made out of a black shirt, which hides their entire face, save for their (closed) eyes, directly facing the camera.


Yay, ( to be precise) represents at !

(I'll provide image descriptions later; I just want to get back to the stream for now. Let's just say it has cartoon cats, cats and cats!)

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