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Maybe I'm just a miserable misanthropic, but: Am I the only one who hates "interactive" presentations where the speaker keeps asking the audience questions? If I wanted to speak, I'd be the one on stage.

In the past week, Github has made moves aimed at taking over both free software packaging and now free software crowdfunding.

This is utterly scary, and I'm surprised nobody is talking about it.

”But however sanguine you might be about the proposition that we have already ravaged the natural world, which we surely have, it is another thing entirely to consider the possibility that we have only provoked it, engineering first in ignorance and then in denial a climate system that will now go to war with us for many centuries, perhaps until it destroys us.” - The Uninhabitable Earth

If you're having GoT problems, I feel bad for you, son
I've got 99 problems, but the end ain't one


When feeling down about the endless grind and throwing away servers because of planned obsolescence, seeing our spinach grow brings great comfort.

Here's my spoiler-free GoT hot take: Absolutely loved it. The scope and ambition of this series is beyond anything I've ever seen before. Really hope I'll get to read the book version of this some day too. 🙏

Since y’all are filling my mentions with hot takes:

1. ‘“Make X Great Again” Great Again’ isn’t funny either.

2. If you can’t work out why a people don’t think this “joke” is funny… maybe consider *not* submitting a talk, and spend some time working on your empathy skills.
Dear conference proposal authors:

“Make X Great Again” isn’t a funny talk title. It isn’t ironic. It isn’t delightfully self-dep…

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Running npm install in my reveal.js presentation template directory just installed 14249 dependencies. This genuinely scares me.

I guess the world is ending, but at least we'll get the end of Game of Thrones first

Today is your irregularly scheduled reminder that
is f*cking *magical*.

I’m sitting in a hotel room, streaming content from my media server on the other side of the planet, and I haven’t had to do anything beyond signing onto wifi and logging into Plex.

"The metabolic stress that is a hallmark of modern life, the stress that the body has not evolved to handle, is constant eating, he continues."

Made some kind of graphic concerning the FOSS + the Environment.

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