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The problem with computer literacy classes is that they don’t teach computer literacy, they teach consumerism.

what do people generally think of the Brave browser?

nearly every time I load up a Rust file in vim these days it is telling me there is a new version of rust-analyzer available and if I want to update. I really love that.

really love refactoring using TypeScript

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hey, the metropolitan museum of art has a register of books they've published that're now out of print that you can download for free

most of em are about art, archeology, architecture, fashion or history and you can find em here:

why python why? why no multi-line lambdas? :(

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A Studio Ghibli gif that describes me? Oh, that’s INCREDIBLY easy

anyone got some favorite functional programming design-pattern resources?

is it me or does debugging in node.js still suck pretty hard?

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also... Dart. I'm already working across way too many different languages on production code. not sure I really want Dart in the mix.

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i guess this is the idea with flutter but flutter just leaves accessibilty in the dust (and therefore no possibilities for a low-res text only version of a site)

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maybe the web future is in solving the accessibility issue with canvas rendering and leaning much heavier on websssembly. efficient code in the browser but still semantically tagged data behind it. anyone know any good tooling for approaches to this so far?

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something happened when I let go of the cynical parts of me.

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“You never saw people walking about drinking takeaway coffee in my day, people had time to sit down and enjoy a drink back then.”

Insightful bits of history from my dad.

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We under appreciate the fact that now we are able to host our own social networks pretty easily with federated services with #yunohost
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an important report has just been published by my friend emmi: The Decentralized Web of Hate

"Fascists (and other bad actors) are [...] hosting manifestos resiliently, raising money anonymously, communicating securely to organize attacks, sharing weapons plans, and networking to build out their numbers."

"We cannot abandon p2p technology but we also can't ignore the risks. The only way out is through."


I truly don't understand why companies always want to grow as if that is a given. growth == eventual death. just be content.

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nice overview of the latest changes to sweden's open data policy. some good news in here (besides the awkward and somewhat neoliberal focus on "innovation")

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