If you think about it, any text-file, any image or video, any executable on your machine is just stored as a series of 1's and 0's, and can simply be interpreted as a very, very large integer.
You're not running Excel, you're just running a number. You're not watching the latest episode of your favorite show, this is 180983984839912343232899016056542024...
And this is my haul this evening from our creeping raspberry plant. The others don't seem to like them, so they're all mine.
I am having difficulty driving this interface this evening. I should probably pull over and get some sleep.
With much help from @nev, I believe I've identified this as an argiope aurantia, or yellow garden spider.
At least I think it's cool. I came across this one while pulling weeds on my team's landscape day at work (the company has been running an experiment with doing our own landscaping at work). Anyway, I'm not from around these parts, so the species is unfamiliar to me. I didn't see it at first because its web was placed right in the middle of some weeds with yellow flowers I was pulling. I nearly grabbed it accidentally. Whatever it is, it seems to be a chonky, happy one.
Worf: I’m pretty sure you’ve been wearing that uniform 6 days in a row Ezri.
Ezri: Or I own 6 identical versions of the same uniform.
Worf: No you don’t. There’s an old piece of carrot that’s been stuck to your back since Thursday.
Ezri: That’s... the style now.
Owls: What a luxury, working with fixed hardware. You can play to its strengths and really make it sing.
Corporations: Haha, garbage collector go pause.
How do corporations manage to make TV UI janky?