a post by MxCam MxCam

The old “Money doesn’t buy happiness but it’s more comfortable to cry in a Mercades than on a bike” is true, but you only cry happy tears on a bike. I’ve cried, but on a bike I’m never truly sad, because I’ve got a bike…
There’s no feeling in this world greater than being on a bike on a nice road …

a :bunny: is me, and so can you: “i believe in data transparency, but transparency is the direct opposite of a lot of these services. fediverse.space was (and frankly, still is) entirely untransparent in explaining how their data …” (pleroma.site)

a :bunny: is me, and so can you (@[email protected]): “i believe in data transparency, but transparency is the direct opposite of a lot of these services. fediverse.space was (and frankly, still is) entirely untransparent in explaining how their data …”

a post by Aaron PareckiAaron Parecki

Outlook Web is basically useless on a slow internet connection.

It seems like every click requires a round-trip to the server before it acknowledges the click. Trying to reply to an email? Click “reply”, wait until the server acknowledges, then it opens the reply window.

This is exactly how not to…

I have never had that problem. but then again, I have 150/150 at home, and not sure what it is at work. Otherwise, aside from that, I like Outlook as a whole.
a post by Aaron PareckiAaron Parecki

Outlook Web is basically useless on a slow internet connection.

It seems like every click requires a round-trip to the server before it acknowledges the click. Trying to reply to an email? Click “reply”, wait until the server acknowledges, then it opens the reply window.

This is exactly how not to…