Ms. Haze


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I know it's a joke, but I really wanna know what the paid posts actually are.
I really hope they get posted somewhere tomorrow because apparently bitcoin is at $58 right now, and that's a pretty steep price to see a few joke posts.

Oooooh man, I relate to this too hard.

While your specific examples of things you were ignoring are different from mine, and I never developed the judgemental worldview you mentioned in "…and now?", I realized a while ago that this was something I was/am doing, and that it'd been causing me to ignore important things.

I think it might be more common with AMABs, due to the way they're generally socialized. Toxic masculinity's a bitch, y'all.

Also, I specify "AMABs" instead of "guys" because apparently one of the things I was ignoring is that I'm trans; yay me for managing to intentionally miss THAT for 22 years.

I agree. I definitely would have run through common encodings before going to Markov Chains.

I'm glad to hear there's a proper solution planned at some point since mine is somewhat hacky, but I'm not surprised there's no clear timeline.

I've been wanting to set LessWrong as my home page for a while but kept avoiding it because the site is so visibly bright.

I looked up ways of viewing the site without hurting my eyes and found, but didn't really like it.

Then I found, which looked right, but wasn't technically the real LessWrong site (which meant it couldn't tell I was logged in, among other things).

But I already use Stylus to apply stylesheet modifications to webpages, so I looked at lessbright's source code, found the CSS code it used to change the site's appearance, and applied a modified version of that to a new Stylus style:

html {
	margin: 0px;
	filter: invert(100%);
body {
	margin: 0px;
	background-color: black;
img, iframe {
	filter: invert(100%);
.intercom-lightweight-app, intercom-namespace, div.grecaptcha-badge {
	display: none !important;

And now the site looks exactly how I want it!


Just figured I'd share this, in case the site's excessive brightness annoys anyone else.

EDIT: Fixed image inversion.