@mdales I really, really like Reaper for a DAW. I use it, together with a couple free VSTs and whatever came with my Line6 POD and modeling amps, for simple guitar demos, but it can do anything. (The fully functional demo version never really expires, and a personal/small-business license is dirt cheap, too.)
(How 'bout I sold this for €49/year rather than hand it out for free? Ha!)
(Why do I even care? Even know this? I'm a mechanical engineer, dammit.)
Not too shabby.
> De Wever wil ‘dik tegen zijn goesting’ premier worden.
> De dag komt, mijnheer Magnette, dat Vlaamse politieke wetenschappers of journalisten de inleiding zullen schrijven voor een boek van Tom Van Grieken, wiens partij het rauwste racisme aanwakkert.
Multidomain mapping, or so, it's called, and it uses a bit of a trick, in that it overrides `$_SERVER['REQUEST_URI']` based on `$_SERVER['HTTP_HOST']`. It stores the "map" in the options table, too, and not in posts' custom fields and such. (Landing Kit, I'm guessing, does things differently.) This simplicity is so cool.
> The vendor directory managed by Composer must not be publicly accessible.
One of the best decisions I made was to deactivate those 'read receipts', aka blue ticks, from the IM apps that I use. Not only people stopped asking me for an answer right away but also I stopped waiting for other people's answers as soon as the ticks went blue. #MentalHealth
ALSO, being on a social media platform is not a free call for people to burden you with demands for conversation or debate.
I am free to post whatever I want on here, ppl are free to answer (in the limits of politeness and intellectual honesty, which is obviously lacking when someone accuses me of refusing discussion when I was talking about something else entirely).
But I am also free to do whatever I want with the replies I get and call ppl out when it bears a load of BS.
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