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Would love to see some mod tools added to the app. Happy to help test and provide feedback on them if needed.

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Would love to see some mod tools added to the app. Happy to help test and provide feedback on them if needed.

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[-] fry@fry.gs 12 points 9 months ago

I seriously wouldn't buy a car at this point if it didn't have CarPlay or Android Auto in it. Navigation with Google Maps or Waze is vastly superior to anything a car company is ever going to come up with (props to Apple Maps too for making big improvements in the last several years). Integrated music experiences where I can directly see my Spotify playlists or favorite tracks without touching my phone is just something I'm used to and couldn't go back. Having a voice assistant that works from Google / Apple (I know Siri is rough sometimes lol) will always be better than any voice controls a car company comes up with. Oh, and huuuge points to Overcast for just reliably being the best podcast app for many years and having a super easy to navigate CarPlay app. I'd lose all of that and more if there was no integration with my phone and we went back to the awful bluetooth pairing that we had before with terrible UI design and no support for third party apps.

At this point, that's more important to me than whatever engine they've stuck in it. Just give me good mileage, pass inspection and last at least 150k miles and we're good. I'm not drag racing so I don't need a rocket ship lol

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[-] fry@fry.gs 17 points 9 months ago

If you can't afford to buy the pet to start with, I'm not sure where the person is going to suddenly get money for cat food, medical treatments, toys and basics like beds and scratch posts.

[-] fry@fry.gs 30 points 10 months ago

No I’m… doesn’t!

[-] fry@fry.gs 14 points 10 months ago* (last edited 10 months ago)

While it does track high population areas, it’s important to monitor how it spreads. There’s some blips showing up in the ocean where obviously nobody lives. Maps like these could give us information about not only the biggest polluters, but the downstream recipients of said pollution.

I’ve also heard of new efforts starting to be used on a local level to identify exact sources of pollution more recent, original study I saw. I’m hopeful that new data being fed into those models, from satellites like this, will help identify individual culprits of specific pollution faster. I’m really thinking of areas where’s there’s dozens of companies and all are following the rules and operating responsibly, but one is cheating. I want to find that cheating one ASAP and put an end to the cheating.

[-] fry@fry.gs 32 points 10 months ago

Haha, too true! They can never just give us a useful tool without "Microsoft-izing" it first

[-] fry@fry.gs 23 points 10 months ago

Sounds like it only affects services with 45 million or more members. Lemmy should be safe for a while :P

[-] fry@fry.gs 22 points 10 months ago

A few months from now the headline will be: "Microsoft to Buy Ubisoft"

[-] fry@fry.gs 23 points 11 months ago

Yea, it’s definitely weird on more than one level 😂

[-] fry@fry.gs 22 points 11 months ago

Yea, I think this app developer is misreading what Reddit is really trying to accomplish . They weren’t trying to monetize third party apps, they were just trying to get rid of them.

[-] fry@fry.gs 10 points 11 months ago

Agreed, haven't really looked back since coming over to Lemmy

[-] fry@fry.gs 10 points 11 months ago

End of an era for sure. I can't believe it was a full 18 years ago now. I remember waiting in line to get mine.

[-] fry@fry.gs 32 points 11 months ago
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