• @Cossty
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    342 months ago

    If refresh rate and ghosting is reasonable for scrolling I could see myself using it. For movies and games I would just turn on second monitor.

    • @asteriskeverything
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      2 months ago

      I literally read all day, this would be fantastic. Books. Visual media has subtitles and usually is something I’m gonna Google further while watching/playing. I mostly consume text based social media and news.

      … fuck I think I just want a newspaper

      • @[email protected]
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        162 months ago

        Much cheaper, no electricity required, no ChatGPT generated clickbait horseshit AND you can kill flies!

        • Bo7a
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          72 months ago

          I’m seeing a lot of “ai” generated trash in the paper now :(

          • @bassomitron
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            52 months ago

            I feel like this could be a lame drinking game when bored: Is it AI generated or just bad/lazy writers?

            • @[email protected]
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              32 months ago

              Ooh I’d be great at that. I was trying to buy a pan on Amazon (I know…) and I scrolled past the reviews… without reading any of the words, I identified the first review I saw (not the LLM-generated summary, an actual review) as being LLM trash. I immediately said “AI” to my partner and we read it… they laughed when it ended up being OBVIOUS AI trash. I can tell by the shape of how words are laid out at this point apparently hahaha

    • @[email protected]
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      102 months ago

      Almost all of our GUI software was designed with high refresh rate screens in mind, so it can be clunky to use e-ink ones. If we had GUis based on section changing, instead of scrolling, it wouldn’t be a problem. On pcs, using the page up and down keys can be a workaround, but on phones, it’s complicated.