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  • You know, apart from the fact that I have less than no free time, I don't mind this at all.

    I wondered why Nijisanji entered the booming Japan-based / English-language vtuber space with only three team members.  Answer is they selected six from the first round of auditions earlier this year, but launched them in two waves so that the first three could establish themselves and not get lost in the noise.

    Wave 2 - they're collectively called Obsydia, where Wave 1 is called LazuLight - all have over 10,000 subscribers just hours after the announcement and days before debut.  Those aren't Hololive numbers, but nobody does Hololive numbers.

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1 I really want a PDF viewer/editor that can also run abritrary commands on my computer, but what I can't stand missing out on is my PDF viewer silently uploading everything I view to "The Cloud".

Posted by: normal at Wednesday, July 14 2021 09:56 PM (obo9H)

2 "Our policy recommendation for the Biden administration is simple: As a condition for giving the U.S. semiconductor industry $50 billion in infrastructure assistance, put a ban on SIA members doing stock buybacks as open-market repurchases."

*gets $50b infrastructure assistance*
*puts thumb up ass and sits quietly for three years*
It didn't work!  Give us more money thanks!
I'm pretty sure the "Biden" administration is looking to humbly accept a few donations towards to 2024 election campaign from their good friends in the semiconductor industry.  Much like the totally necessary bank bailouts, and automotive-industry bailouts that the Kenyan Catamite gave us.

Posted by: normal at Wednesday, July 14 2021 11:39 PM (LADmw)

3 Okay, Adobe is collecting user PDF files using Acrobat?  And thus we can conclude that they are doing so as part of the Chinese industrial spying, as a Big Tech proxy for China?

Posted by: PatBuckman at Wednesday, July 14 2021 11:57 PM (6y7dz)

4 I love it when Adobe's always-running Creative Cloud application still can't find any updates to install more than a day after critical security patches are released...


Posted by: J Greely at Thursday, July 15 2021 02:10 AM (ZlYZd)

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Apple pies are delicious. But never mind apple pies. What colour is a green orange?

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