I mean, it technically is, but I'd also be locked out of my apartment, and then I'd have two problems.
I keep having a thought about cyberdecks and worldbuilding. Often, they are portrayed as specialized and customized hardware for an individual person to accentuate their abilities.
Which sounds great, and even stylish in that pre-2010s kinda way.
Today when I look around, though, I have the opposite thought. What if it wasn't a quest for more power or features which led to the creation of decks, but rather the attempt to scrounge together *any* tech which is *not* infested with corporate spyware?
This is WILD
> Pumpkin is the name I have given to my port of PalmOS running on the x64 architecture.
> This is where Pumpkin is different from emulators: it can also run native applications at native speed. If you have the source code of a PalmOS application, you can compile it for Pumpkin OS with minimal modifications.
a tiny corner of the internet that wishes it was on dial-up, for some reason.