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Dark mode’s bright future: How dark mode will transform Wikipedia’s accessibility
  • How old are you? I'm in my early 30s, definitely grew up with computers most of my life, and internet almost as long, but also read plenty of physical paper books. I greatly prefer darker color schemes.

    That said, I'm also a software developer so I'm a bit biased and learned long ago that dark mode is much easier on the eyes when coding for hours on end, so maybe I'm just used to it.

  • *doing my best google impression* Did you mean: turn it up?
  • Better yet, get a qr code to your own domain that forwards to your spotify playlist so you can change the entire qr code to something else in the future should you want to

    Edit: Hell, I might actually do this lol.

  • Do or do not, there is no try
  • Oh I'm sure that's the case. There are probably many attempts. Having said that, it's shocking this is the only one in recent times that has gotten this close.

    I guess Bush had a shoe thrown at him though.

  • If everyone is fired by AI, who's going to buy the products and services made by the companies if no one has money anymore?
  • Instead of collapsing like a phoenix and birthing a new better world, it will cause death, suffering, and turn us into some sort of fucked up techno fuedalism worse than we are now.

    I understand the nihilism, but we need to take the broken pieces we have now and reshape them into something better, not throw them out hoping things become better for no reason. They won't.

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