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[–] [email protected] 5 points 2 days ago (3 children)

And I just realized this post is from a reddit repost bot πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ

They are a plague.

[–] [email protected] 4 points 2 days ago (4 children)

This is very accurate! DS is all about dodging, Sekiro is all about parrying, and parrying is a lot easier in Sekiro than in DS. There's like one boss that is an exception, >!Deamon of Hatred!<, but for everyone else, you just need to realize that you can parry just about everything.

Sword? Parry. Punch? Parry. Rock thrown at your face? Believe it or not, parry.

Stepping on spears and jumping on heads is equally important to parrying, though those are more situational whereas parrying is ubiquitous.

[–] [email protected] 19 points 2 days ago

I think once upon a time, some dumb politician used it to announce something dumb and it didn't work lol

[–] [email protected] 21 points 6 days ago (7 children)

Who has this many friends willing to jump into a creek fully unclothed?

[–] [email protected] 6 points 6 days ago

Scary Movie 4 did it better

[–] [email protected] 3 points 6 days ago

No, it's just an automatic reimbursement into your account, up to a limit like $20/month.

[–] [email protected] 1 points 6 days ago (2 children)

Lots of credit unions will pay ATM fees for you so you don't need to find one in network unless you're depositing.

[–] [email protected] 1 points 6 days ago

I like the free money the Bilt card gives me. I don't use WF for anything else though.

[–] [email protected] 59 points 1 week ago (15 children)

So they're adopting a similar structure to OpenAI, a for-profit company majority controlled by a non-profit organization.

[–] [email protected] 2 points 1 week ago

I'm an android user but this is cool af

[–] [email protected] 3 points 1 week ago

I learned that type of stuff in college, so I can't personally recommend any online sources. However, I can tell you that what you're looking for falls under "Data Structures and Algorithms". IIRC my degree required 3 classes with that name. Lots of sorting algorithms in that field since they make great case studies.

You learn the various data structures and algorithms available, their strengths and weaknesses, how they work, when to use them, etc...

You also learn how to measure performance, like Big-O notation, the bane of many a CS student's existence.

 
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submitted 8 months ago* (last edited 8 months ago) by [email protected] to c/technology
 

Title is somewhat misleading. It's not for anything video-related. It's for using a (probably free) photo of actress Cuca Escribano without permission.

 

It's been nearly 10 days, hand it over Google!

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submitted 10 months ago* (last edited 10 months ago) by [email protected] to c/cat
 

cross-posted from: https://lemm.ee/post/3610354

Looking to pick up a self cleaning litterbox but there are a lot of options. The coolest one I've seen by far is the CatGenie Automatic Cat Box, but it's nearly $500 and seems a little overkill.

I've also seen that the PetSafe Litterbox is a very popular choice, but it uses proprietary litter refills and crystal litter when I'd prefer clay litter.

I've been getting away with a $15 do-it-yourself litterbox just fine for a while, but I think I (and my cat) would appreciate something that doesn't require daily maintenance. Something as simple as an automatic rake would be interesting.

My main goals are:

  1. Requires as little maintenance as possible while keeping my cat happy and the smell under control
  2. No proprietary lock-in (I can use my own litter)
  3. Doesn't break the bank
  4. Built well, won't break / easy to fix / good warranty / cheap enough that I can just buy a new one if it breaks

While I am looking for budget friendly options, I'm also curious on the more expensive options. I can't imagine what justifies spending $700 on a Litter-Robot when emptying a litterbox manually isn't that bad and the CatGenie is $500 and promises zero-maintenance. Have you had good luck with premium options like that?

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submitted 10 months ago* (last edited 10 months ago) by [email protected] to c/[email protected]
 

Looking to pick up a self cleaning litterbox but there are a lot of options. The coolest one I've seen by far is the CatGenie Automatic Cat Box, but it's nearly $500 and seems a little overkill.

I've also seen that the PetSafe Litterbox is a very popular choice, but it uses proprietary litter refills and crystal litter when I'd prefer clay litter.

I've been getting away with a $15 do-it-yourself litterbox just fine for a while, but I think I (and my cat) would appreciate something that doesn't require daily maintenance. Something as simple as an automatic rake would be interesting.

My main goals are:

  1. Requires as little maintenance as possible while keeping my cat happy and the smell under control
  2. No proprietary lock-in (I can use my own litter)
  3. Doesn't break the bank
  4. Built well, won't break / easy to fix / good warranty / cheap enough that I can just buy a new one if it breaks

While I am looking for budget friendly options, I'm also curious on the more expensive options. I can't imagine what justifies spending $700 on a Litter-Robot when emptying a litterbox manually isn't that bad and the CatGenie is $500 and promises zero-maintenance. Have you had good luck with premium options like that?

cross-posted to: https://lemmy.world/post/2899074

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