Griping about tech forums
When someone asks a question that you could find in a second on a search engine, instead of just telling them to go and look it up, consider that they may not know what to look for or how to gauge the quality of results. They did, after all, just ask.
If you really don't want to take the time to explain, instead try, "I took a quick look on a search engine and found this that looks like it might answer your question. [link]"
While checking the Wikipedia page about the #Fediverse I noticed that a number of links have been added at the bottom. One of them is an interesting scientific study. This study presents a large scale measurement of #Mastodon and focusses on exploring challenges arising from the many independent instances and the process of federation. It argues that Mastodon risks converging towards a semi-centralised system.
>The purpose of labor is life. Labor existed long before societies. If you live in a jungle, you have to work in order to eat. That's labor. Nobody is taking advantage of you.
meanwhile in the real world
Looks like Patreon's investors aren't happy with the site's sustainably profitable model, and are pushing to uh… include more unnecessary crap in their site, as an excuse to demand a bigger cut of all donations. (Thread originally from Twitter.)
Any nerds out there have a good #twine workflow? Want to set something up that plays nice with source control
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