Post a picture, entertain me!

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farley3k wrote:

Now this is a door!

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That's where Count Olaf lives right?

Not enough snow

I love the caption - "Look at this door"

Look at this door.
Now look at your door.
Now look at the door.
Now back to your door.
This door is the door your door could be if your door used Old Spice.

Whoops

Hobear wrote:

Whoops

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farley3k wrote:

Now this is a door!

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How many Red Orbs do I have to collect to open that door?

You're going to have to kill a lot of goblins and romance a lot of widows to open that one.

Just mash the L1 and R1 buttons repeatedly and it'll open.

If you hit L1 and R1 on the right pixel, you can skip the opening animation altogether.

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By @dribnet, who uses neural networks to classify things that aren't what the machine thinks they are.

Hot dog, not hot dog.

"Humans! Please don't send us any more unsolicited nude pics with instructions on how to get to your home! It's kind of creepy." - Sincerely The Aliens

Spoiler:

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I think they should get credit. It is a great example of a risk & it is short!

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I think I found more pictures of the house that door is attached to....

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farley3k wrote:

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i've seen this shot a couple of times, and it just looks exactly like the end of Grim Fandango to me.

But soft, what light through yonder window breaks?
It is the east, and Juliet is the sun.
Arise, fair sun, and kill the envious moon,
Who is already sick and pale with grief
That thou, her maid, art far more fair than she.

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Somebody Photoshop an 80s ass boombox above that cat's head.

thrawn82 wrote:
farley3k wrote:

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i've seen this shot a couple of times, and it just looks exactly like the end of Grim Fandango to me.

I saw Batman: Arkham Asylum

My reflux kicked in just looking at that burger.

DOG potatopotatopotato DOG

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Spoiler:

My plane banner company gets business by flying around with a banner showing a tag, waiting for a web developer to get frustrated enough to order a matching .

I saw this picture next to a headline link about some new backpack technology... Do you think maybe it's clickbait?

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I thought it might be the inventor of the rideable backpack technology showing off her invention, but the caption on this photo on the indiegogo page says "GREAT FOR STUDENTS," so probably not.

wait, is that true? closing unused background apps drains battery faster? how does that work? I close mine all the time thinking it'll help preserve the battery! Dammit!

kexx wrote:

wait, is that true? closing unused background apps drains battery faster? how does that work? I close mine all the time thinking it'll help preserve the battery! Dammit!

Background apps are kept in RAM, but RAM uses the same amount of power whether it's empty or not. Bringing them to the foreground also uses almost no power. If you quit an app and relaunch it, though, it has to load from long-term storage and go through its initialization, both of which use a lot more power than just bringing it to the foreground.

Modern smartphones have very good memory management, so there's really no advantage to keeping your phone's memory "tidy." If an app has been in the background long enough and gets paged out of RAM to secondary storage, it may take a little more power to bring it to the foreground, but still nowhere near as much as reloading and reinitializing.

TIL, Thanks XKCD, you really are more than just math jokes I don't understand!

BadKen wrote:
kexx wrote:

wait, is that true? closing unused background apps drains battery faster? how does that work? I close mine all the time thinking it'll help preserve the battery! Dammit!

Background apps are kept in RAM, but RAM uses the same amount of power whether it's empty or not. Bringing them to the foreground also uses almost no power. If you quit an app and relaunch it, though, it has to load from long-term storage and go through its initialization, both of which use a lot more power than just bringing it to the foreground.

Modern smartphones have very good memory management, so there's really no advantage to keeping your phone's memory "tidy." If an app has been in the background long enough and gets paged out of RAM to secondary storage, it may take a little more power to bring it to the foreground, but still nowhere near as much as reloading and reinitializing.

I've never had to do this on my iPhone 8, but for my previous OnePlus 3 and my wife's Moto Z and Moto G's, clearing all apps from memory helped resolve stuttering. I'm talking about once a month, nothing spectacular. I assume some issue with memory management over longer periods of time?

dejanzie wrote:

I've never had to do this on my iPhone 8, but for my previous OnePlus 3 and my wife's Moto Z and Moto G's, clearing all apps from memory helped resolve stuttering. I'm talking about once a month, nothing spectacular. I assume some issue with memory management over longer periods of time?

Ideally they shouldn't be doing that, but yes. Longer periods of extensive use with a variety of apps probably ends up fragmenting memory. It might depend on the apps, too. Some may be hanging on to sections of memory they don't need to. Or if you use some apps that have to run in the background for some reason, they might make it harder for the system to manage memory.

I close apps for mental health reasons. Screw battery life.