so around a century ago, there was a comic strip called The Outbursts of Everett True, where the titular character saw people being rude jackasses and decided to deal with this harshly and folks a lot of these still hold up perfectly in modern times
but i am delighted to announce
somebody's found the comics about mask-wearing
and They're Good, Folks
(uncaptioned, feel free to help out with descriptions here, i'd appreciate it)
Universal Basic Income is Capitalism 2.0 - https://timjrobinson.com/universal-basic-income-is-capitalism-2-0/
I'm not sure this is the best way to go, but I still think it's an improvement for everyone, compared to the current capitalism.
Ondes Martenot: a keyboard made in 1934, with the ability to modulate sound as you move your fingers. It's similar to the current Roli keyboard, but it's in 1934.
Yes, Jeff Bezos could unilaterally end all kinds of poverty and homelessness issues, probably with a few key presses, but the planet brain version is that even the world's richest oligarch is a puppet of the general forces of capitalism. If he gave away his wealth then some other oligarch would rise to replace him and without more systemic changes the inequality would soon return again.
Overcoming the current paradigm is not so much about getting rid of Bezos - as tempting as that may be - it requires more general changes in attitudes and beliefs. A loss of faith in the old gods.
"How could I ever trust my Mastodon admin with my data? A large company like Twitter is more secure because they have proper procedures in place" A large company like Twitter:
KDE just released new Slimbooks with Ryzen CPUs!
This is one sexy machine, I would actually consider getting... 😍
What's the difference between coding and programming?
An extrapolated definition from the blog of Richard Stallman:
A programmer designs and writes the code.
A "coder" simply writes the code, by implementing a design done by someone else.
Source: https://stallman.org/stallman-computing.html (it's the second last paragraph).
Programming > Coding
Why is java so popular?
Probably because of marketing.
Some articles from 2003, about Sun Microsystems preparing to spend 500$mln on java marketing.
After the city of #Barcelona and the Parliament of #Asturias now the Municipality of #Benigànim, #Spain, commits to the principles of our #publiccode campaign by publishing any publicly financed software development as #FreeSoftware. They also plan to gradually switch to Free Software in all municipal facilities.
History of computers and programming that helps you understand why tech people are Like That, why user facing software works the way it does, and why everybody doesn't know at least basic programming or even how a computer works
History of computers and programming that goes further than "and then this dude invented this language but then this other dude invented that language with similar features and then Microsoft and Oracle did"
The idea is cool. But then it doesn't have truecolor support... So I keep tmux
This program is genius.
It's an alternative to tmux, suckless style (so no session support). It provides a window manager, like dwm, inside the terminal.
Why C locales suck.
By the main mpv developer.
It's a bit of a toxic rant, but I've learnt a lot from this.
I like FOSS and programming. I play the drums
Linux Geeks doing what Linux Geeks do..