Other songs would be from Ok Computer (Radiohead) and Doolittle (Pixies).
I could instantly tell if something's wrong.
I mean I agree high refresh rate feels better but unless you're gaming competitively, it's not a functional improvement. Rather the opposite, as it drains battery life and often worsens the display calibration.
That is at least the case for non-LTPO displays, I'm not yet familiar with LTPO but it seems to be the next best thing. Hoping it will soon come to mid-end phones.
The quest for the best DAC dongle under 100€ goes on. Will return the Ugreen Hifi Audio Pro and order an iBasso DC05.
While the Ugreen sounds great (and is basically a clone of the Meizu DAC), there's a lot of audible noise when using 4G networks. And this costs 40€, while my Apple dongle costs 9€ and has no such issue.
Screw the Google I/O that's THE announcement of the day: https://developer.nvidia.com/blog/nvidia-releases-open-source-gpu-kernel-modules/
It's so funny that the Pixel 3a feels so small after using the 6 for a few weeks. I would never have thought of my 3a that way.
I was a bit on the fence about the Pixel 6 size and while it has disadvantages, it makes me want to use the phone for more stuff. Even watching anime on the 3a was not very pleasant.
I rarely say "this new update is buggy I wish I could downgrade" but honestly iPadOS 15 made me use my iPad less than ever. The experience is fine overall, but not as refined as you'd expect from iOS. There are annoying bugs here and there, especially if you try to use your iPad as a laptop, i.e. in landscape mode and a magic keyboard.
I really hope iPadOS 16 will be a real improvement. Sadly no other device, given the form factor, matches the hardware quality and performance (for now?).
I know that I *personally* don't like heavy instance-level moderation (e.g. muting/blocking a whole instance).
Some may prefer to be on the safe side and would like that, and that is completely understandable.
That's exactly why you should take a closer look on the moderation policy of your instance.
Lots of new people on fedi, indeed. Still, pay attention to the people responsible for hosting your instance. You may or may not agree with their moderation practices, and they might be malicious.
I don't necessarily recommend self-hosting as it requires time and dedication, and comes with security implications. But a single-user instance might be what you want.
Also, "private" messages are not so private given the context of federation, that is until they will be end-to-end encrypted.
I wish my body was made by Google
I'm interested in many things! Here, I mainly write about infosec, photography, and pharmacology.
Just another single-user instance.