Jebus crap. Andstatus spammed my reply to @Evan Prodromou repeatedly. Sorry Evan!
It started barfing after I tried to send a message with a picture of said chicken and waffles.
uninstalled, hopefully no more spam....Show all 6 replies> How come no other clients have that problem?
Jan, AndStatus: I believe AndStatus re-sends if it doesn't receive a confirmation within a certain time period. Maybe some other clients fire-and-forget or use a longer time-out period instead?
Greg: I saw the multiple comments, immediately knew what happened. It wasn't botheracious yet.
“[...] I believe AndStatus re-sends if it doesn't receive a confirmation within a certain time period. Maybe some other clients fire-and-forget or use a longer time-out period instead? [...]”
But a working Pump.io server replies with HTTP 200 in a matter of seconds.
I understand that AndStatus wants to retry until it gets some sort of response, but in this particular case, those ~15 cloned comments happened while the server was working perfectly fine.
2015-06-16T02:09:42Z via AndStatus To: PublicA taco truck kind of night.
You know, I was spending too much time on reddit anyways. Thanks to a loud portion of the community reminding me it's not the place for me.
cat /etc/hosts 127.0.1.1 <http://reddit.com>
I have to admit, I get a little excited when a popular podcast account retweets and favorites my tweets/opinoins of them.
All of this retweeted: https://twitter.com/g_gerg/status/607932728042913792
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Listened to: Alan Watts - Money, Guilt and The Machine
Then read: "David Graeber and the Bureaucratic Utopia of Drone Warfare" by Cora Currier
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"California Senate votes to raise smoking age to 21"
"The cigar group argued that people are eligible to vote, serve in the military and enter into contracts at the age of 18, and therefore should be able to make their own decisions concerning smoking."
Me: Well, all they have to do is sign up to go to war and then they'll smoke all the cigarettes they want while killing people.
2015-05-16T16:25:15Z via AndStatus To: PublicThis weekend is the yearly Petaluma tribute to the movie American Graffiti (it was filmed here). So all of downtown is over taken by classic and hotrod cars. I'm OK missing it.
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Anyone know about them? Good? Bad?No 802.11ac router can be used without proprietary software. Your best choice for software freedom is the FSF-endorsed libreCMC. You can even get it preinstalled in a router, if you'd rather, complete with the Respects Your Freedom certification included: http://www.fsf.org/resources/hw/endorsement/respects-your-freedom
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I just paid for another year of Newsblur "premium" use. (I have it on auto-pay.)
Honestly, it's great. No qualms. FLOSS etc.
Mike Linksvayer shared this.Me too (in March).
If I remember before next renewal I might compare with https://feedbin.com/ which IIRC @kfogel had something to do with getting flossed. BTW how come 'flossed' isn't a thing like 'open sourced'? BTW2 I always liked the hygiene connotation.
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Cuba has a lung cancer vaccine that costs them $1 per dose (that the Cuban govt pays for everyone).
A US company is trying to get it FDA approved here.
I just wonder how much it's going to cost US citizens....
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Your copy/paste is showing...
Thank you for contacting Chase about your upcoming travel plans and your request for chip enabled replacement cards.
Thank you for contacting us about a Chip and PIN card. At this time, Chase is issuing Chip and Signature cards, which only require your signature to complete a transaction. ...
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The first non-passive aggressive "you don't see HTML email" notification in a long time:
This email newsletter was sent to you in graphical HTML format. If you're seeing this version, your email program prefers plain text emails. You can read the original version online:
From a record label (Deep Elm).
When I scroll up with my mouse scroll wheel on the sound icon in the GNOME shell top bar the volume goes up.
When I scroll up on the volume indicator in the Sound section of the GNOME Settings dialog the volume goes down.
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Have I complained lately about how my local public library is closed on Sunday (and Monday) and closes at 4 on Saturday?I'm not a fan of closing libraries (or reducing their schedules) because politicians choose unwise and short-sighted fiscal policies. It also bothers me that my local libraries are selling off their inventory of dead-tree books to try to fill in some of the funds that have been cut.
2015-05-03T21:51:23Z via AndStatus To: PublicMusk and his batteries, is he also improving upon the crappy environmental impact of batteries in general?
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I just read a SF novel for the first time in a very long time.
I read the last half of "Calculating God" today between time at a coffee shop and then tonight after dinner. I'm not going to say it's the best book or anything like that; I honestly don't read enough fiction any more to be a useful judge of that. But, I will say that I found it engaging and fun to read, which is something.
2015-05-01T13:25:06Z via AndStatus To: PublicAnd now begins the time of not being able to sleep on my morning commute; the sun is already shining at 6:15.
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