I must have some Noragami phantoms around me, because even though I have lots of work to do and I am close to finishing school, I just do not want to do any of it anymore…
I love Digimon! The Japanese theme song is so much deeper than ours, but I still think ours is super catchy and exciting.
Previous post of work by naratani別館 here.
So today one of my classmates told me what she overheard walking to our martial arts class from a gaggle of girls.
"You know those days, when you feel that you’re ugly, and then you are? I look so lesbian today."
I really wanted to go punch that girl out. I am sorry very misguided and poorly educated young girl, but Webster dictionary does not say anywhere that the term ‘lesbian’ is synonymous with ‘ugly’. In fact, its described below…
: unpleasant to look at : not pretty or attractive
: unpleasant to hear
oh wait… did you mean grotesque, hideous, or unappealing? Well, those still are not synonyms for ‘lesbian’. However, it is ugly the way you see people that are different from you and how you see yourself.
So last night across campus, silo and GitHub went down and many lost internet connectivity.
Results: Students could not turn in homework that was due last night nor could instructors check submissions or access accounts.
Today, silo is back up and internet has been restored, but GitHub is still down and according to one of my professors, ‘They’re are trying to rebuild. Dunno if they will succeed.’
Results: All student repositories from this year in all computer science/cognitive science courses were deleted and lost, which means that the past 4 weeks labs and homework no longer exist nor count as turned in, unless they were already graded or were submitted through Oncourse.
Three of my classes use GitHub, 2 are partially dependent on it, and the remaining class is absolutely dependent on it.
Emails and complains have been amassed and sent probably from every student.
hhhmmm seems like a cyber security issue to me and a perfect example of cascading failures.
~okay, here I go screaming…