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2:02 AM
I may drop off the radar soon. Caretaker PM ordered a shut down of all social media until after the elections. He lost the elections, but has ordered a new election.
 
 
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6:07 AM
Huh, font change eh?
Kind of makes the site look like it's on an iPad.
 
 
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12:40 PM
Someone just microwaved fish in the office microwave.. it's official; I'm working in a cliche
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1:05 PM
Was it a live fish?
 
1:24 PM
@motosubatsu hopefully it's fish
 
1:42 PM
@Snow I only saw it post microwaving so if it were alive it didn't survive.
@Kilisi You see my eyes said "fish" but my nose said "old gym sock that's been used for several marathons and then as an improvised towel to dry a dog" so it could go either way
 
 
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8:44 PM
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Q: Should I warn a peer that he may be terminated?

doctordoctor1While on a Zoom meeting with my manager, he accidentally shared the wrong screen with me. I saw some sensitive information. Basically, it said: "(name) is a frequent poster on Workplace Stack Exchange. Their user history on the site shows that they post far too much during work hours. Conside...

troll?
 
9:23 PM
@Snow I noticed that too. Not awful, but different. Will take some time to get used to it. I wonder if there's a reason for the change. Seems kinda random.
 
9:48 PM
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Q: We are switching to system fonts on May 10, 2021

Aaron ShekeyUpdate - These changes are now live! TL;DR We’re shipping system fonts as our default font stack. We plan to do this on May 10th, 2021. What? We’re planning on specifying system fonts on Stack Overflow and the Stack Exchange Network. On macOS and iOS, you’ll see things set in San Francisco. On Wi...

"Arial was first created in 1982, and has served the web well for decades. But technology moves on. Modern system typefaces look better on both new high DPI screens, and old screens alike. Apple’s San Francisco and Microsoft’s Segoe both look great on retina displays, have more expressive weights, and improve readability across all contexts."
 
 
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11:05 PM
@Snow (shrug) someone decided this is better. Oh well. Thanks for the info!
 

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