ok i also think i'm just not used to
anything resembling *tweeting* again
lately, i have been feeling like writing fiction for the first time since before i even went to university. college. university. college. college. for ten years i avoided the word college because of you. a love letter. easier to write on this tiny little page i haven't even told anyone about yet.
today was hard. i barely slept and then i stayed all day inside, depressed and tired and trying not to be depressed and trying to tell myself i was going to go back to sleep, but i clearly don't actually like sleeping, although i really WANT to do it. heh.
maybe i just need to get used to microblogging, this is PURE microblogging, again.....
my thoughts.page is just a bunch of me being a filthy nerd, i swear. i am not always like this. am i?
It is 3:26am, and I am once again frustrated with the x number of blogging CMSes, even open-source, that are out there, all made by what appears to be white men, —
i'm tired. can i please just write
<html><head><title>Hello, world!</title></head><body>hello, hello</body></html> again, just like the old days.....?
why is everything so complicated now? i literally don't want anything but a plaintext ... thing
Instant, short, and frequent communication
In May 2008, The Wall Street Journal wrote that social networking services such as Twitter "elicit mixed feelings in the technology-savvy people who have been their early adopters. Fans say they are a good way to keep in touch with busy friends. But some users are starting to feel too connected, as they grapple with check-in messages at odd hours, higher cellphone bills and the need to tell acquaintances to stop announcing what they're having for dinner." The following year, John C. Dvorak described Twitter as "the new CB radio".
that was 2008, only 2 years after twitter was "invented".
just read this. i already read a bit about it being "security theatre", now i'm even more convinced. i bought a subscription to a vpn a year ago, and i have barely used it at all, bc i don't even have wifi at home anyway, + my phone data is slow enough already.
also thanks @ the webhoster at thoughts.page for this space. i think i'm going to really like posting every latte i eat on here /lighthearted
Anons vow to give ass-hiders a hiding
this is the funniest headline EVER
"am i being DDOS'ed... what a question... life DDOS'es me every day 😔"
i tried 4 blogging cmses today... "new" ones (i consider new to be any after the 2000s bc i'm OLD, lol)
and i think 4/4 of them were written by men
and 4/4, at least 2-3/4 of them for sure, were written by WHITE men. lmao.
Hunt and peck 
Hunt and peck (two-fingered typing) is a common form of typing in which the typist presses each key individually. Instead of relying on the memorized position of keys, the typist must find each key by sight. The use of this method may also prevent the typist from being able to see what has been typed without glancing away from the keys. Although good accuracy may be achieved, any typing errors that are made may not be noticed immediately due to the user not looking at the screen. There is also the disadvantage that because fewer fingers are used, those that are used are forced to move a much greater distance.
sounds sexual lol
i've been trying to decide on a new blogging cms since literally... 2014? 2012?
tumblr's permalinks are ugly. that is the ONLY REASON i would not use tumblr for a more official "blog"
wordpress is disgusting now, SO bloated
nobody likes actual code anymore :( /listen to me whine
i think i have to go back on cloudflare
i mean [redacted] uses cloudflare
look at me, being dirt poor and still wanting to use ethical tech
lol i never thought about this as for not-yet-customers
funny that there's a crisis line for websites
are you getting ddos'd ?
i just find it funny
i find it kind of sad
cloudflare's the only good free choice out there
even though it really is quite bad
discord lied to me about underlines in markdown
you can delete old thoughts here.
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