A Firefox and chrome extension that notifies you if a book you're looking at on amazon, goodreads, audible, etc. is available at a nearby public library, and gives you a link to reserve it
I took my first ever trip to New Jersey last week to meet more of my boyfriend's family and friends and to attend a wedding.
On our last day there, THREE different family members each gave me a section of a plant they grow: Philodendron bipinnatifidum from his sister, Opuntia humifusa from his uncle, and Tradescantia zebrina from his cousin.
Talk about feeling welcomed!
With their help, my plant collection has finally exceeded 400.
I was in Philadelphia today so I stopped at Urban Jungle just to look around and so I can say I'd been. Fortunately, they weren't too busy. Even though I didn't think he'd be there on a Sunday, Nick Pileggi (https://youtube.com/user/RNZcleaners) was working so I had to say hi. He's just as sweet in person as you'd expect. I'm traveling half way across the country by car so I only bought one small plant.
We're trying to defend #FOSS from patent trolls. Please help us: https://www.gnome.org/news/2019/10/gnome-files-defense-against-patent-troll/
I love it when Summer Rayne Oakes covers a cute #plant that I *already* have so I don't have to go buy it.
I've never heard Aeschynanthus longicaulis called "zebra basket vine", though - I'm only familiar with it as "black pagoda lipstick plant".
Librem 5 - first run walk through - Invidious
Pretty exciting! #librem5
Linux users are wizards: they do more work for the same functions, but in exchange they get more flexibility and power.
Windows users are sorcerer: they get innate support and intuitive functions, but not nearly as many tricks as the wizards.
Mac users are warlocks: they bonded their souls to a malevolent power that doesn't actually care about them.
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