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yessss... just finished printing a ppg from babylon 5 😍

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all my ARM nerds should check out

a minimal mastodon/gnusocial server for arm devices. hat tip: @thog

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@coeur66 That we can run pleroma on a Steam Link

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so anybody learn anything new today? :)

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being into software preservation, i'm interested in #90s #warez #CDs (or other media, like tape backups), that were sold in the black market (etc) at that time, because they tend to have interesting stuff on them that since got lost to time (example: one tape backup had a build of NT "Cairo" on it!)

if anyone in the fediverse has any, and is willing to image them for me (or get them sent somewhere to image), kindly contact me :)

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“We want to encourage people to break free of the walled gardens of popular software and turn to open and ethical alternatives, may it be on our platform or on another (or you could even host your own).”

Awesome project (and how lovely to see my foreword for Trine Falbe’s excellent White Hat UX book quoted on the site –

Best of luck with this, folks! 😎👍


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> Entrepreneurship is like one of those carnival games where you throw darts or something.

> Middle class kids can afford one throw. Most miss. A few hit the target and get a small prize. A very few hit the center bullseye and get a bigger prize. Rags to riches! The American Dream lives on.

> Rich kids can afford many throws. If they want to, they can try over and over and over again until they hit something and feel good about themselves. Some keep going until they hit the center bullseye, then they give speeches or write blog posts about "meritocracy" and the salutary effects of hard work.

> Poor kids aren't visiting the carnival. They're the ones working it.

> Every inspirational speech by someone successful should have to start with a disclaimer about survivorship bias

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Hey! Saw a question about DMs on Mastodon.

You make a toot a DM by @-ing people in the toot and selecting the "Direct" under the globe icon.

Admins can't see DMs normally. We could go poking in the DB, but won't. That would be icky.

IMPORTANT: Some servers not running the Mastodon software might not respect DM privacy. You should be fine on the Shop and most of the fediverse, but tread a little carefully.

(FWIW, I trust the DMs I send to other people on the Shop)

cc @eskay8 @JulietteWade

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Hey, after brutal emergency surgery last month & not filling all my commission spots for this month I'm at a loose end and rent/prescriptions don't pay themselves right now.

Go buy some music:

Go back me on Patreon:

Or if you legit just wanna chuck me a dollar (feels bad to ask):

#TransCrowdfund #OneDollarPatreon #Music

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Hey everybody, follow @opassande she's awesome in many ways, we started doing politics together but I'm far more interested in her art these days, and you should follow her musings because why the fuck not!

here's me reading robert frost's "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening"

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actually the thing about mastodon that keeps hitting me is that it's a return to the governance model of the internet of the 90s, which is the "local dictator", with a single admin or a small mod team who are the sole owners and operators of a site. and like, oh right, anybody who's only used, say, twitter and facebook and youtube and tumblr and myspace and so forth and so on would have had absolutely no exposure to, because all major social media platforms online for the past ten years or so have been huge corporate monoliths (or wannabe huge corporate monoliths). getting mad at brad on livejournal was a very different thing than getting mad at jack on twitter or david karp on tumblr, because lj was brad's site in a way that was very different from jack being CEO of twitter

still cant get over the fact that @KameronHurley is on mastodon, like the bestest author in a long while :3