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Not sure what the meta level of

2021-12-21 20:00:02.711383+01 by Dan Lyke 3 comments

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#Comment Re: Not sure what the meta level of made: 2021-12-21 22:15:03.665258+01 by: spc476

OH MY GOD DAN! You haven't updated your computer in the last 20 minutes? What are you thinking, man? The version of the software you haven't updated is ancient AND MUST NOT BE USED! Update now! Oh wait, it's too late, the latest version is already outdated.

Welcome to the software singularity.

#Comment Re: Not sure what the meta level of made: 2021-12-22 21:12:57.185384+01 by: Dan Lyke

I'm guessing it has to do with a janky version of Firefox on a Fire tablet, but it also mirrors my experience with Audible generally.

#Comment Re: Not sure what the meta level of made: 2021-12-23 01:04:20.472822+01 by: spc476

I've already come across two sites (one of them the C2 Wiki, where Ward Cunningham told me to upgrade or GTFO) that no longer work with a year old version of Firefox. God I hate the update treadmill (the Corporate Overlord's managed Windows laptop just continuously downloads updates, swapping my network connection at home. Hate hate hate hate hate hate hate ...)

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