https://twitter.com/antumbral/status/1176394695540277248 also, like, just look at this loading screen
lily's been playing this gacha game called Witch's Weapon, and the premise is... a thing
> In the summer of 2037, the world is destroyed by the activation of Substance H. Ren, the only boy who lived, made a wish on the Ross Goblet, wishing that all this were just a dream. With a flash of white light, he found the city back to normal the next morning and himself a girl. Meanwhile, the Ross Goblet disappeared from its site under the watchful eyes of a dozen surveillance devices. After a confusing battle, the young girl gains the magic of witches, and the conspiracy of Substance H among various political forces got underway...
twitter link to selfies
Appreciate him with me https://twitter.com/kingcx_/status/1216417853265584129?s=21
The Bulgarian solitaire and the mathematics around it
Article by Vesselin Drensky
In collections: Easily explained, Games to play with friends, History, Puzzles
The Bulgarian solitaire is a mathematical card game played by one person. A pack of \(n\) cards is divided into several decks (or "piles"). Each move consists of the removing of one card from each deck and collecting the removed cards to form a...
need a law that only 5 anime max per season are allowed to be exported to foreign markets, the rest of the world doesn’t need the newest light novel adaptation about a assassin vampire boy who gets a harem of imotos and a 13 year old girl that wants him to put her socks on for her or whatever the fuck.
The Scraping Thing
regardless of your opinions on what the researchers *did*:
- consent is not always legally necessary for data scraping. even under the GDPR. it's certainly not true that posting things publicly gives anyone the right to do whatever they want, but it's also not true that you have to opt in to every use of your posts ever.
- the idea that a bunch of random not-especially-wealthy people in mostly-the-US will be able to actually sue an italian university over a GDPR violation is, uh, unlikely.
- leaving usernames and URLs in the data is absolutely a fuckup