@mogwai_poet Fun fact: "Furikake" is Japanese for "Oops I ate a full rice cooker's worth of rice!"

@CarlMuckenhoupt (I only just noticed you said 'unreasonably small', so ignore this)

@CarlMuckenhoupt that said there is a case for setting some (large) upper limit, because ultimately password hash algorithms can become a vector for denial of service attacks.

This looks like a thing you'd find at Bosco's in a Sam & Max episode.

I'm not confident anyone at this company has worn a shirt before.

I call this "hospital versus actual nurses". The cabinet is full of coffee cups.

@CarlMuckenhoupt Tron but all the parts in the computer are live action and all the parts in ENCOM are CGI.

@Gargron there was a time when Firefox refused to support mp3, but that was years ago.

@ja2ke Oh, I'm pretty sure anyone who drank that coffee paid a price.

You know you're visiting an old timey company when they don't give you free coffee. A perk so minimal that even car dealership service departments give it away for free.

@max @mogwai_poet plus you can bake it as well done as you like, which I appreciate as a fan of crispy pizza.

@mogwai_poet Pieology bothers me especially because we *already* had the ability to just make up arbitrary pizzas. All they did was add the time pressure of having to figure it out while someone stares at you.

@CarlMuckenhoupt Or animated remakes of their live-action catalog? Let's go, animated The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes.

@parrots Sounds like it might have been a bug on Apple's end.

@cordeos That's amazing... I don't think I've ever been on a whale watching trip where we saw enough whale to be convinced it was actually a whale and not just some kelp.

One of my favorite architectural features is the obvious former pay phone alcove. This one brought to you by Davies Symphony Hall in SF.

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