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Linus Tech Tips (LTT) release investigation results on former accusations
  • You can't have "proof of no wrong doing," because you can't prove a negative.

  • Linus Tech Tips (LTT) release investigation results on former accusations
  • We’ve thoroughly investigated ourselves

    They didn't though?

  • Linus Tech Tips (LTT) release investigation results on former accusations
  • Is not proof of anything

    You'll be waiting a while then. You can't prove a negative. If LMG says they didn't do a thing, and an investigation concluded that there was no substantial evidence that they did that thing, what more do you want?

  • Drink up
  • It's just aiming to report facts to provide context to the reader.

  • LLMs still don't understand the word "no", much like their creators
  • It's not the headline used by the publication.

  • Atari just bought Intellivision, putting an end to the very first console war
  • This is actually the best case scenario for Atari.

  • Google's AI search feature suggested using glue to keep cheese sticking to a pizza
  • Don't browse mastadon. I came to this conclusion myself after finding the reddit post in question. The answer from Google wouldn't pass a plagiarism test, the wording was nearly identical.

  • Octo
  • Octopodes.

  • Google's AI search feature suggested using glue to keep cheese sticking to a pizza
  • The result in the screenshot is taken almost wholesale from a 11 y/o reddit comment.

    Let that sink in. 11 y/o comments on Reddit are what trained this AI and it is now spitting them out as results for people looking for help.

    We are not long for this world.

  • King under the Mountain (Mountaincore) went open source as developer shuts down
  • Is dwarf fortress not, like, the proto-rimworld?

  • What are some eras of gaming that you've stopped feeling nostalgic for?
  • I certainly feel like people tend to be more nostalgic of the 16 bit era than the 8 bit.

  • Michigan reports a human case of bird flu, the nation’s second linked to H5N1 outbreak in dairy cows
  • This erroneously assumes that practitioners of woo like raw milk drinking are all on the right. This is most certainly not true. And it's kind of weird to make it political.

  • Parents called for mental health help. Police arrived and fatally shot their son.
  • If defending the parents of a poor soul that was murdered by police is virtue signaling, so be it.

  • Biden administration canceling student loans for another 160,000 borrowers
  • You should probably not take financial advice from this person.

  • 10-year-old swept into storm drain to become an organ donor, dad says
  • That's great for you; my comments were not necessarily directed to you, they were adding context for any other readers.

  • Mint is up and running!
  • Haven’t played anything yet but I’m sure I’ll be fine.


  • /kbin meta iAmTheTot
    What is 1t in this context? I'd expect this to be 1 week based on its position.
    Semi newbie with semi ambitious goals, point me in the right direction

    I am interested in tech and would say I have more knowledge about networking than the average person, but there's still a lot that's way above my head. I've played around with Pis a little and have set up things like home assistant and foundry VTT before.

    I got my hands on an old machine from work and want to upgrade it with some of my spare hardware, and ideally have it set up as my single home server. I would like to host plex, a few foundry servers, home assistant, and use it as a NAS. Basically combine everything I have right now into one more powerful machine.

    Thing is... It feels really overwhelming to try and start. I'm not sure really sure how to go about the whole endeavor. What OS do I use? Do I use VMs, docker containers, is there pro or cons one way or the other? How can I make sure they're all accessible from the web securely?

    Is there anything you guys can tell me to get me started? Some resources to walk me along setting a multipurpose home server?