Whoever said that 64-bit is more reliable/stable than 32-bit is full of crap. If 64-bit was the end all be all than every device would have done switched. Nope. They're still using 32-bit.
Also, I'm a big proponent for buying refurbed/used items to reduce e-waste. I tend to just have better experience with buying refurbed/used items.
I noticed the Backrooms hitting mainstream on the internet and that many ppl don't understand what that "place" even is. Basically, it's a hyperdimensional structure.
I recommend everyone here reads the short story, "And he built a crooked house" by Robert A. Heinlein to understand the Backrooms better.
@Richstjr In Russia, children were scared of this logo, which was before the beginning of our analogue of the Wheel of Fortune.
Originally asked on Pleroma, but no one seem interested, so asking here.
I have a question for everyone. Why is it that we see few works in media about yotta-structures and infinitely huge buildings/places? Is it just not a popular subject? I mean, I could be wrong since we have the Backrooms. I find the idea of good vs bad to be utterly played out. I like the idea of exploring infinitely (or near infinitely) huge places to be more interesting.
I actually joined Mastodon before I joined Tw*tt*r, so I definitely favor Mastodon more. I lurk mostly on both platforms.
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