A very special shout out goes to bosses who tell you how hard-working and talented you are and list the sheer contributions you have brought to the team and company before they fire you from the job for something completely byzantine that was mostly out of your control (and is framed as obviously being your fault). The way they try to soften your inevitable crash is absolutely admirable.
Wayback Machine no longer displays snapshots from Facebook on either of my devices, even if they previously worked just fine. By that I mean, they are technically shown as being archived, but won't load any elements whatsoever. Anybody else with this issue?
Edit: When the Wayback Machine snapshot is viewed in the element inspector, it seems the content in the "div id='mount_0_0_'" tag, which is pretty much the post itself with images and user comments, has been removed completely.
twitter and reddit users have such a binary outlook on everything, and they never ever consider their options may have ample overlap or that neither may be ideal. it's like they have to choose between 2 working brain cells when they emit an opinion.
The Nintendo Kids Club site recently shut down, and welp... much of its content is now lost media.
Fortunately, the Mario Wiki has preserved practically all Mario-related content from that site, including screenshots and sprites of the little HTML-based games featured on it! For what it's worth, pictures formerly used on that site also appear to still be on nintendo-europe.com's servers as of writing.
The bad news is that Wayback Machine itself couldn't be used to archive the site integrally (something tells me European copyright law had a hand in that, but by no means should you quote me on this), and archive.today did a poor job archiving such that you can't actually play the games--it archives web pages as if they're screenshots, though your cursor still changes shape when hovered on buttons and links.
I'm just a little bummed, but I had fully expected this to happen
Nintendo published an article with an AI-generated banner. Doesn't seem to be directly related to any of the games they are promoting, just something they came up with quickly. I can understand why: when you're worth billions of dollars, your money overflows past some point and what cash you're left with is too little to pay an artist to do your art.