fds wrote on Oct 7, 2023, 17:06:
The too long request header in these cases is most likely the Cookie header. Something managed to set too many / too long cookies for your domain, likely amassed over an extended period of time. Your browser simply attempts to send every single non-expired cookie matching the origin and path you are visiting with every request, all concatenated in a single header line.
jdreyer wrote on May 9, 2023, 16:18:
Building a Dyson Sphere Around the Sun Would Be Easy if We Used Jupiter for Raw Materials
I was thinking about this the other day. To hide a star, you wouldn't have to build the entire sphere, just a band around the middle to keep the rest of the galaxy from seeing it. No one is going to be looking at it from the top or bottom.
ZeroPike1 wrote on Feb 15, 2023, 11:55:
I find it impressive that AI chat can just go full on counter pointing everything.
Its like some troll that doesn't know when to shut up, nor take in any information that's fed to it and learn from it.
1badmf wrote on Jan 20, 2023, 17:55:The guy that dressed up as a tree obviously had read MacBeth! I'm not sure where the two somersaulters got their idea from, though...
the marines that fooled that robot with the box were 100% metal gear fans. there is no alternate universe version of that event where that's not true XD
WaltSee wrote on Nov 20, 2022, 14:51:There's a twitter account dedicated to pointing out news articles that do this. One of the few things twitter is good for:
...Mice! The last of the story maintains it works on "depressed mice." What?...;)
Bent wrote on Aug 7, 2022, 13:41:Listening to relaxing music can improve cognitive performance, study suggestsI'm not sure what exactly they're classifying as "relaxing", though. One of the categories is "piano". I can certainly think of a number of piano pieces that were made to be anything but relaxing.
Acleacius wrote on Jun 1, 2022, 19:37:They usually don't, but the ones that do say so. The Far Cry tile says "Far Cry 4 on Ubisoft Connect", and there's a little Ubisoft logo in the corner. All the other games just have a little crown in the corner, which means the games are Prime-native and don't require any other logins.
I've never grabbed one of these even though I've got Prime.
I've avoided Far Cry 4 because of the ubi crap login.
So this is probably a dumb question (my specialty) do Amazon games require 3rd party logins?
theglaze wrote on May 15, 2022, 13:31:I really like the Velcro thin ties for cable management. Any place there are two or more cables running, they get velcro'ed together. Extra cable looped around itself? Velcro. And it's easy to undo when you need to add or remove a cable.Life's too short to give a crap about your PC's cable management.Gah! This clickbait worked... I'm triggered!