Thanks to this guy and his video. I was using “task” singular instead of “tasks” plural. I think it was a copy-and-paste error on my part and it was driving me nuts. (I’m just getting back into Ansible after a long time.)
I don’t quite know who to blame here. I know that the people who actually write the code and do the real work are not the same people who make the decisions about how things should be designed and implemented. And that’s probably a bad thing. But anyway! There is a massive lack of quality throughout software development in our culture and unfortunately it seems like we’ve come to accept it as a given. We don’t have to settle for this shit, people! We can expect more from our computers and software!
Bluetooth has always been a horrible, unreliable technology. We need to replace it with something that is based on some kind of standard level of performance and design.
Folks, I’ve tried all kinds of ways to make Bluetooth not suck and it just doesn’t work. I’m officially done with it.
I guess maybe I was expecting too much of it. But then there’s the way the OS responds to it. Maybe the OS is the culprit! I could see that. Because just turning on a Bluetooth headset shouldn’t make my entire system fall to pieces. But it does. Because I’m trying to leverage technology that is not mature. That’s what I think.
What do you think???
The notion of “accounts” and “channels” is just far-fetched. Nothing makes sense. YouTube remains one of the biggest, fanciest, disjointed pieces of software I’ve ever used. Just a big damn mess.
Too bad people don’t do things right. Instead they pile onto what’s popular in order to make a fast buck and then we’re stuck with the consequences forever. That’s the capitalist way, isn’t it.
The fact that using a VPN decimates connectivity in most cases says lots about how people have failed to regard the Internet as truly global.
The freedom to connect from one point to any other point is intrinsic to the WWW.