@LibertyPaulM Not necessarily, but studies have shown there is a tendency to contract Arch-itis. Symptoms include: Telling everyone you run Arch, screenshots of your i3WM setup, and telling /r/ubuntu what losers they are.
Treatment is simple and involves stating the following: "You have demonstrated you can follow written instructions."
@grainloom That's oddly moving.
@fribbledom Like anything it has to be done well, you can have some sort of internal logic to it and the reader/viewer can get into that. It's how stories have worked for centuries.
I do agree with you though. For me the most egregious example was LOST.
"The restored backup has simply written a 1TB file full of zeros."
*The system administrator pushed his glasses to the bridge of his nose and looked at the IT manager*
"This behaviour....is artistically correct."
TICKET CLOSED NOTABUG
@mwlucas Systemd erotica sounds equally terrifying and intriguing
Interesting reading about the solar farm at CHNPP; an interesting window into the challenges of renewables.
It is 1MW output; 0.001 of a single RBMK-1000 channel reactor, and that output is nowhere near stable.
@knives Is there some sort of scale
@janellecshane "I don't know why '...the steel in her hair' makes me laugh so much but by God it does.
Spent some time playing with OpenAI's GPT-2 neural net, which, delightfully, writes fan fiction and generates very suspect science facts.
Funny and terrifying in equal measure.
FOSS, motorbikes, and photography.
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