I'm learning Spanish again and wondered why there's the upside down question mark (¿) and my wife helped me understand:
In Spanish there's no difference between a question and a statement.
Tú hablas inglés.
¿Tú hablas inglés?
The first sentence means "You speak English", the second is "Do you speak English?".
When writing, "¿" introduces the next part of the sentence as question.
bullgit.party is now running Mastodon v3.0.0
A whole bunch of my recent photography is now up on http://sophia.pictures - I don't really have a particular focus or direction at the moment, duck appreciation aside, but that's likely to change with fall coming in and the forest changing colour. There's a bit of a back catalogue on there too 😊
One of the reasons I love Wikipedia is articles like "List of superlative trees".
I absolutely love that people took the time to compile a list of extreme trees.
https://regexcrossword.com/ # Regex based crossword puzzle. It's good fun practice and keeps you sharp. Plus you can tell your boss it's professional development time. But seriously, try to get some real work done today too. Thanks @scott_orr
Rediscovered Lykke Li today! <3
#nowplaying Lykke Li - Youth Knows No Pain
"Astronomers probably just saw a black hole swallow a neutron star"
Somehow ended up in tech, currently doing DevOps & cloud stuff on AWS professionally.
bullgit.party is a instance for everyone who is part of bullgit. 🎉