kernelle

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kernelle ,

The real comments is always in the meme

kernelle , (edited )

Similar experience seeing Ghost in de Vooruit in Ghent. Must've been 2016, back when they were called Ghost BC. Don't really follow them much anymore, but that venue was on fire.

Edit - Also amazing:

  • Florence and the machine: amazing voice
  • Ocean Wisdom: whole club bouncing up and down
  • Macklemore: creates a rarely seen vibe with everyone
  • Cypress Hill: such legends even after all these years
  • Hooverphonic: insane voice and they are sometimes guided by an orchestra, so much power
  • Parov Stelar: with an orchestra as well and my god it's really something to experience live

A lot of artists sound way different live, I've been disappointed as well but these definitely stand out.

kernelle ,

Awesome you got to see them as well! They got big really fast, I saw them a year later at Alcatraz festival and that was at least 20x bigger and they were headlining IIRC. At that concert they had a canon shooting 666$ bills, I took some snaps for you. Tucked away between my record Ceremony and Devotion, the full live set just as I remember it but recorded in San Francisco.

kernelle ,

It's great IMO, combined with Samsungs GoodLock suite you can stylize anything about the phone, I used to root my phone for this level of customization.

Edit: I would buy the zenphone because of the size and package, but OneUI is genuinely good

How to hide comments that mention a specific word ? (on lemmy of course)

I'm bored of reading how Linux is better than windows, how matrix is better than discord, how foss is better than proprietary etc etc. I didn't even mind but it's always the same things everyone says... so anyway I want to hide comments that mention those words I already did it for posts but can't find an option for comments...

kernelle ,

Voyager allows me to add filter/block keywords but I assume that's only for posts. Don't see much use in implementing the same feature for comments though.

kernelle ,

Just today someone said to me with full confidence "but that's not what ChatGPT told me, and they've always been right"

kernelle ,

This has to be satire lmao, "Joe Byedon" I meaaaaaan

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kernelle ,

A plain advertisement on a user focused tech forum? Is this your first day on the internet?

kernelle ,

Friendly reminder to not use pokey thing into those grills, use a mounting putty, stick it on there and be satisfied when you pull it off. Same thing if you have wireless earbuds where one ear is a different volume.

kernelle ,

Both can be true!

kernelle ,

Pretty accurate, but I would say a realistic nerd with an audiologist sister-in-law

kernelle ,

Are you in the US? Then either guns or lawsuit

kernelle , (edited )

A while ago I went to Terme 3000 in Slovenia, they had a looped style waterpark ride. Just as crazy as is looks, I guess the tilt angle prevents major injuries? Because that slide has been open for a long time. It took no effort to clear the loop as well.

Edit: For those curious, it's a pod-style release you can see on the image, the floor disappears under your feet. The green one next to it is one of the steepest in Europe IIRC.

https://media-cdn.holidaycheck.com/w_1280,h_720,c_fit,q_80/ugc/images/a3f0c6ab-9b41-387d-9cc4-de30f1f8b703

kernelle ,

Makes sense, it's more of a bobsled feeling than a loop feeling.

kernelle ,

Two headsets ago I bought a G933 from Logitech, mainly because it had an AUX input on the USB-dongle which I thought was pretty neat, but that one had big unnecessary RBG strips on the sides of the earpiece. The most ridiculous usage of RGB I had seen till date. But I programmed an interface between CSGO and the RGB on the headset to indicate my health so the people watching from behind us at a lan could see it.

Anyway, I've always preferred white LED's and RGB can rarely replicate pure white.

kernelle ,

Let's create a society where people want to live and participate in, not fuck their toaster for the entire day.

kernelle ,

Cursive is still the main form of writing in Europe, haven't seen many people writing in print/block.

kernelle ,

Really shows you how US-centric many platforms are, I like seeing other cultures having very different things they deem "normal".

kernelle , (edited )

Takes out lightsaber from sleave it's actually a refreshing beverage CERVEZA CRIIISTAL

kernelle ,

People describe Jäger as tasting like licorice

As someone who dislikes licorice, it tastes like a very strong herbal drink to me

kernelle ,

"Publicly available data" - I wonder if that includes Disney's catalogue? Or Nintendo's IP? I think they are veeery selective about their "Publicly available data", it also implies the only requirement for such training data is that it is publicly available, which almost every piece of media ever? How an AI model isn't public domain by default baffles me.

kernelle ,

Great articles, first is one of the best I've read about the implications of fair use. I argue that because of the broadness of human knowledge that is interpreted through these models, everyone is entitled to have unrestricted access to them (not the servers or algorithms used, the models). I'll dub it "the library of the digital age" argument.

kernelle ,

Not necessarily, if a model is public domain, there could still be a lot of proprietary elements used in interpreting that model and actually running it. If you own the hardware and generate something using AI, I'd say the copyright goes to you. You use AI as the brush to paint your painting and the painting belongs to you, but if a company allows you to use their canvas and their painting tools, it should go to them.

kernelle ,

Really? Even if your artwork isn't used in a commercial way?

kernelle ,

I'll compare it with the recent takedown of the Switch emulator Yuzu. It's my understanding they actively solicited donations and piracy, both of which could be seen as commercial activities. Which in a project of that scale the latter was their downfall, meanwhile Ryujinx is still up and running. But we'll see if that remains true.

kernelle ,

Oh yeah I was just showing an example! There is much more to it then just commercial, but it's a very quick way get the attention of businesses. Whether it be direct or indirect.

kernelle ,

The existing legal precedence

I know that's how law works, but there is no precedent for AI at this scale and will only get worse. What if AI gains full sentience? Are they a legally recognised person? Do they have rights and do they not own the copyright themselves? All very good questions with no precedent in law.

kernelle ,

Exactly! When you pay for a service you own the copyright, like having a photoshop license. I meant in other situations where it's free or provided as research tools to engineers under a company.

kernelle ,

At what point does human creative expression become a sentient being?

kernelle ,

As a European, I have never once had an extra person there whose sole purpose is putting your groceries into bags, what a strange concept.

kernelle ,

So is it customary to tip the person doing the bagging? Or maybe a designated bagger will do it faster, resulting in less wait times?

My favourite system is where I place my cart next to another one, and the cashier will scan everything while placing the item in the other cart, where I could have placed boxes if I wanted to.

It’s the same for filling your car with petrol.

But how does this person provide any value though? That person has to be paid as well, and doing something a customer can do well by themselves provides very little value. It used to be necessary, older petrol pumps had to be manually enabled or had no stop valve that person is required. With modern pumps having a person fill up your car is equally unnecessary.

kernelle ,

It’s not necessarily about the value they provide

That's how a business works though, people do work of value which the business provides to its customers. I know nothing of the situation is SA but ordering business to lose more money doesn't seem like the way to go. I'll agree with the other comment calling for UBI.

That article wasn't helpful though, just a whole lot of people talking with too much conflict of interest.

kernelle ,

walks my groceries home like a european

We do buy bulk as well, I'd say maybe 10% actually walks them home? I guess it depends greatly on the type and location of the store.

how often do you encounter scales on self checkouts?

Every store with self-checkout has them, usually there will be one scale before you actually use a register. It gives you a sticker with the weight/price barcode to scan yourself.

kernelle ,

That's even worse, like you said, selfish.

kernelle ,

I don't know about this one, I have ps/xbox brain as well, but putting confirm on the right side somehow always made more sense to me, even though my muscle memory doesn't agree.

kernelle ,

That is so interesting, thanks!

kernelle ,

Definitely, good thing button mapping is becoming more mainstream.

kernelle ,

The first was amazing as well, but I always figured its niche type of problem solving and philosophical subjects didn't really appeal to a wide audience. When the second one was announced I immediately wanted to play it, but I think once again a small target audience is its crutch for mainstream success.

kernelle ,

One of my all-time favourite facts is that solar eclipses are actually a very rare thing to happen in space. There is no reason why but our moon just happens to be the right size/distance to have this happen.

I've never seen one in person, but the next one is on the 8th of April crossing Mexico and the US. If you have the chance and are able, go check it out, if only to gloat on an internet stranger longing for his first total eclipse.

kernelle ,

Fuck yes, enjoy bud. I've read people not using high enough rated welding goggles and getting eye damage though. I'd stay on the safe side and get appropriate solar eclipse glasses. You'll be looking directly at the sun for several minutes after all.

kernelle ,

I bet you there's a linguist out there who would celebrate this, and another who's rolling in his grave

kernelle ,

Found the LLM

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