I did my best to make this website as light and independent as possible, however I cannot say for sure that it is "light." I guess that's what happens when you use a preset.
You are one of the Internet people that have actual common sense! Holy fuck, those people still exist.
I am honestly shocked that it still isn't mainstream to just have an adblocker regardless. And no, the ad blocker that comes with Brave or Vivaldi or Whateverthefuckyourbrowseris does NOT count. By the way, fuck Brave. This is something that somefuckinghow has been on the Internet for longer than I have been on this atmosphere, and big companies only use that excuse to collect even more data on their users, and wouldn't you know it, Google knows I'm a minor and still decides to give hentai ads. Seriously.
So, yeah, ads are not effective, despite what every big tech company will tell you. And seriously, I cannot stress this enough, thank you for showing them that by installing AdBlock Plus or uBlock Origin, to name a few.
I would integrate with ListenBrainz and Trakt, but that's, uh... not gonna happen.
seems like I cannot tell what I've been recently playing on Steam. if they would have had a straightforward API...
I would tell you my most recent Mastodon post, but turns out I can't reach linuxrocks.online, my current instance.
I am a human, who hopefully is not a threat to other people (that is, unless they're mean (eye for eye)), and enjoys technology as well as music, creativity and gaming.
I often spend most of my time on decentralized social media such as Mastodon, now rarely go on Discord (ew) to see if I missed something (often I don't, so Discord sits in no man's land for me), listening to rather rock/metal music (or the complete opposite, vaporwave and chiptune. music tastes are weird.), or just tinkering with Linux computers, server-like Raspberry Pis, or playing games.
I hate being mean to people, unless I have my reasons, which usually takes a lot for me to even find any. I mean,
don't we all have human flaws? I sure do...
I also hate Windows. Just.. No. Ew. NO. Most of the time when I have Windows on a personal computer, it feels like I'm renting my own computer.
I write about things. If it's not on Mastodon, too specific to be on Mastodon or too big to fit in a few messages, it'll often end up in a post on my "blog" (really just a Jekyll setup). Although I really need to use it more often.
"atlas core" has a rather simple meaning, referencing Portal 2's
companion robots in the co-op mode. You can either play as Atlas
or P-body. Atlas looks like an Aperture Science core
put into a robotic frame, hence the name "atlas core"; because Atlas looks like a core put in a robot frame.
And P-body looks like a turret in a robotic frame, so it'd be.. I dunno, "p-turret"? Wait, actually no, that sounds like something else.
(can you tell i'm a Valve fan?)
The term "right mouse click" (as in rightmouse.click) was just some creative name I tried coming up with when looking at domains and their ends (.com, .co, .me, etc). I didn't want to go with something too basic, so I found "click" and thought of sentences that ended with "click", and thought of "left mouse click", but that was taken. Next logical step; right clicking. That was not taken, and so I went with that one. You know, I could probably turn this website into some anti-NFT thing, now that I think about it...