After three years of being a dad, I can only say The Oatmeal absolutely nailed this one


gnu governance 

Microsoft's support of Windows 7 is over, but its life doesn't have to end. Join me in calling on Microsoft to by signing

This looks like a cool project.

"The Open Book aims to be a simple device that anyone with a soldering iron can build for themselves. The Open Book should be comprehensible: the reader should be able to look at it and understand, at least in broad strokes, how it works. It should be extensible, so that a reader with different needs can write code and add accessories that make the book work for them."

#TheOpenBook #OddlySpecific #Arduino

Time travel? In #TerminalPhase??? Yes, you can see that in this gif, but the really cool thing demoed here is that the underlying dev environment of #Spritely Goblins supports time-travel debugging!

Hackety hack. Should I feel guilty for ripping out the registration key source code from an free software project that sells "pro" binaries?

Working through some exercises in . Only a few weeks behind schedule 🙄

Trying to write a service for . I was hoping to make it easy to start several instances for different users.

Georgia's Whitefield Academy expels student for wearing a rainbow shirt in a Facebook photo

Context collapse is the idea that instead of separate spaces in which you operate and may behave contextually differently, you are reduced to broader exposure of most aspects of your life in most scenarios.

Eg, Facebook introduced a situational reckoning for many people whose recreational activities (drinking, partying, board games, tv preferences) were previously privately scoped, but were suddenly tagged in media that everyone (including their boss, etc) could see.


We're going to roll out icons for our anti-features soon. Here's a preview, what do you think?

Oh wow, chopping shallots for stuffed pepper recipe. Can't even see, my eyes are on fire.

perusing the Fedco seed catalog and found the 4 freedoms for free software repurposed for seeds!

"OSSI (Open Source Seed Initiative) opposes intellectual property (IP) provisions
that restrict what OSSI has identified as the four seed freedoms:
1. The freedom to save or grow seed for replanting or any other purpose.
2. The freedom to share, trade, or sell seed to others.
3. The freedom to trial and study seed and to share or publish information about it.
4. The freedom to select or adapt the seed, make crosses with it, or use it to breed new lines and varieties."

love it!

Upgraded personal computer to 16GB RAM; feels a bit like a new system!

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