Obligatory this happened a few years ago and I'm not in I.T. but I'm a "techy kinda guy". Also - it's a bit of a long one... (sorry!)
A few years back I was a Production Supervisor for a manufacturing company. Part of the job involved booking batches into stock once they'd been completed, generally into separate parts (so for instance, one batch could make 30 smaller batches or 100 or so on). Once complete and divided up, this involved manually going into each "Page" for each separate batch and adding in additional info as to details of the batch.
This could take a while to type it all out...
After a couple of weeks of doing this (I'm a little ashamed it took me this long!) I got sick of having to type out all of the same info into each page. So I stopped what I was doing and thought about how I could make this easier for myself and how I could automate the process.
After some time playing around I realised that I could bring up all pages of each of the smaller batches at once - an... keep reading on reddit ➡
I keep seeing people referring to things like rooftop agility, training combat at experiments, or even runecrafting (lmao) as being AFK. These things are not afkable. If you get up and go do something while running roofs, your character will stop. This is literally the opposite of an afk skill. Just because you can watch Netflix while doing it doesn't make it an afk skill. That just means it's a laid back training method.
So, can we please stop over using the term afk and save it for where it actually applies like crabs, nmz, chopping magics etc.?
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Thanks for all the upvotes! As long as the majority of you liked this i can ignore any critic in the comment section!
I used to think I was horrible at math. I was in remedial math class all through high school, I was once told by my 9th grade Algebra teacher that I should never go past Algebra. I was putting off taking math in college because I thought I was bad at math, but the time finally came and I had to take my first college math class. I have an amazing professor and all the concepts that didn't make sense in high school have finally clicked for me. For the first time in my life I got an 86% on a math exam. I don't think I'm bad at math anymore. I actually kind of like math and figuring out the logical behind problems.
I was curious if this was a common thing for other students? When you got into college did the concepts they taught you in high school finally make sense? Why do you think that is? Did you feel more confident in your math ability in college?
I chose Mask It or Casket
made you nut
It takes energy to click a mouse button. How many clicks per second would it take to launch the space shuttle entirely into its usual orbit height?
Tim MacMahon: "You’re a smart, savvy guy. You understand the way the league works, the way media works, the way a situation like that is going to draw speculation. Why did you let that (situation) linger for the last three-plus months instead of addressing it, whether it’s a tweet, Instagram, or doing some media?"
> Donovan Mitchell: “Because I feel like, you know, for me, it’s no secret, Tim, that I wasn’t happy at the beginning. I’ve said that publicly. There’s no secret to that. So for me, it was like, I’m not going to continue addressing something that I, one, didn’t feel was true. You know obviously we had the article that came out with, um, sorry what’s his name, um Shams (Charania, of The Athletic, who co-wrote the piece with myself and Jazz beat writer Tony Jones), and everyone saw that. And I just, to be honest with you, and no disrespect to you... keep reading on reddit ➡
Edit: u/iwantmyteslanow had posted this in AskReddit too (which I saw after posting here)
My micro has always been what has held me back from climbing more steadily. Recently, I started paying close attention to clicking very near my champion, and I have even gone into the practice tool to kite around a training dummy whilst clicking very near my champion to improve my positioning and control. I can already feel the difference in ranked. I'm dodging skillshots more consistently and my positioning and kiting are improving. When you consciously focus on clicking near your character to direct movement, you naturally feel more in control of the game. My goal is to practice this skill until it is second nature. For anyone that suffers from poor micro, I suggest you try it out!
I recently got into ARPGs, mainly because I enjoyed a classic ARPG experiences such as Baldurs Gate: Dark Alliance 1&2 on PS2 playing co-op with my brother and wanted to relive it again. I was considering a more story-driven RPG like Dragon Age etc but I don't have the patience or the time to get invested in a world, setting and story, so wanted something more "action-orientated" or more gameplay focused than a typical RPG.
Ive started out playing a few highly reccommended ones, Torchlight 2 and Grim Dawn (stayed away from PoE because I dont care for repeating stages for loot) and while its quickly apparent they are good games on their own, the default mouse to move/mouse to attack is aweful (in my opinion).
Like I understand that it was king for Diablo 2 (which ive never played) but I really expected the controls to have improved in such a long time. Not being able to seperate movement from attacking, as well as not being able to attack freely (somewhat better playing as a range... keep reading on reddit ➡
So, I listen to A LOT of K-pop. It's the reason I started learning Korean. But I listen to K-pop because I enjoy it, I don't actively study the lyrics of any songs (yet). So, imagine my suprise when i'm on my daily walk today and listening to K-pop as I always do, and the song "Move" by Taemin comes on and I understand everything. The entire song. I legit stopped in my tracks while I listened and all the words just clicked in my brain. I haven't looked up the lyrics before, but it is a song I listen to a lot (it's in my "Best of KPOP" playlist). I have been able to start picking up lyrics here and there with many songs but this was the first time an entire song just suddenly made sense. So, yeah, that was pretty darn cool.
I'm one of those internet veterans that still think Rick Rolling someone is somewhat hilarious. By this day and age of media, it's a lost art only a handful of people know. But now it's getting harder and harder to Rick Roll people without an ad play at the beginning and see the name of the video while an ad for an overpriced shave set for you genitalia plays replacing an artifact of the internet which is older than the entire Fortnite fan base. Just wanted to get this off my chest, thank you for hearing my rant. Farewell.
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So I've lurked around here a while, enjoying the IT horror stories here and there. Figured it's time I finally started sharing some of my own.
It's a bit long so...
TLDR: PITA Accountant demanded I install an "urgent" update. Then fought me for over a week and wouldn't give me a time to install said update. Eventually got the update installed and then found she was fighting me over the install because she jacked up the accounting records and was trying to fix them before the update. Turned out she simply didn't run the report and it required clicking one menu item, one item in a list, and then one button to "fix" this and run the report.
At one job, had an accountant, who got promoted to controller (head of the accounting department), who was single handedly responsible for no less than 7 people leaving that place in a short few months (and several more after I left from what I have been told). Mind you this was a small non-profit with less than 50 employees. (This comes into play l... keep reading on reddit ➡
My mouse is the Corsair Dark Core SE, and I when using a dmr or spam-click gun, I hold my mouse like this, clicking with both my index and middle finger, using the side button to ads, and keeping my ring finger underneath the mouse to lift it up (normally pops up when I'm shooting though):
If I'm using an automatic gun I hold it like a normal person
alright I made an imgur account, recording the screen tanks my fps and the game I'm playing has movement tied to your fps (and I'm supposed to be doing homework), but I've basically recorded what it would look like when I play: [Imgur](https://i.imgur.com/a2TJjA6.mp4)
it’s such an amazing feeling holy shit
like for me at least, after a year and a half of playing smash ultimate, playing character after character and switching mains every two weeks cause i couldn’t find someone that clicked, i finally found a character that actually clicks
i’m so fucking happy dude i thought i was gonna play this game for the rest of my life and hate it but i finally have a character that clicks and feels natural to me, i finally love smash again after a year and a half, just aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa i can’t explain how happy i ammmmm
I feel good and I just wanna talk about it.
I'm teaching my self python using the Python Crash Course book, and it has been a blast. Today, I finished a small portion of the Alien Invasion project. At first, nothing made sense (even though I had a really good understanding of classes and functions), it looked like a huge mess.
Everytime the author would try to simplify/refactor code and stuff like that, it would look even more complicated. After every line of code that I copied I would just think "this is not for me." After I decided I was done copying for the day, I let out a fat fart, which motivated me to understand the code no matter what. All this work wasn't gonna go for nothing.
So I sat down (I was already sitting down) and pushed myself to understand what every line of code meant and what it did. I went over the code a few times and suddenly, it all clicked. Man my brain had an orgasm or something cuz that was the smartest I've ever felt in a minute.
I love Python. I lov... keep reading on reddit ➡
Keep your attitude about how "everyone is watching you, Kenucky!" to yourself. We don't need it here. It's the primary today. We likely won't know the results for another couple weeks, at least. And you likely won't even give a shit about us again until November.
And when November comes around? And we do manage to beat McConnell with whoever we vote in today? Please don't try and take credit for something you had no role in. This is OUR primary today and it will be OUR election in November.
Fuck off and die forever.
edit2 for the ppl that don't like bad words
edit: lol been posted for 10 minutes and already they're downvoting. must have hit a nerve with the out-of-towners.
Harvard is offering a bunch of free online classes for people to take. When you click to enroll, they offer a $90 verified certificate that has a signed copy with Harvard letterhead proving you completed it. If you click the free route, the very next screen offers the same verified certificate for $76.50. If you’re interested in getting this certificate to prove you did it, one extra click here can save you almost $15!
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I spent some time this morning checking this sub and saw a mixed bag of feelings. Some excited, and some worried about a potential influx.
So I wanted to address it here as this is a relatively small sub and I don't want to see it suffer because of a video. If you come from my channel, no matter your personal opinion, make sure you read the rules and respect the staff. It's perfectly fine to lurk & updoot. But please refrain from posting unless it has to do with the subreddit. From what I have seen the mods are very friendly and would most likely answer questions (don't want to speak for them, but just based on what I've seen)
Take care peeps <3
You can actually use the sound of the clicks to crack the safes I’ve tested it a few times. You can scroll through the numbers and hear a louder different type of click and then just slowly move back toward the numbers it clicked on and listen for the one that is louder and you can crack the safes this way if you didn’t find the combo yet or feel like going through the back pack
It’s not a real necessary thing to do since it’s easy to get codes but I like the detail of it
Sorry if this is common knowledge, but I just noticed this and I haven't seen any posts about it.
Example, while surveying I find a research project and want my science ship to research that project and then go back to their established surveying que.
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