And so she moved on. Sometimes for no better reason than because she didn't like the view from the coffee shop. This time it was just a feeling that the beach side town was too quiet in the winter, and she was looking for some work to stretch her arms. So she cashed her mincome, bought a train ticket up north and fell in with a brand new makerspace setting up in an old sawmill. It was freezing, but the first thing they built were small rooms inside the giant building that they could easily heat.
My reading chair is still one of my favourite birthday presents. CW selfie, eye contact Show more
Been working on the book on the left for months, book on the right I re-read cover to cover last night ;)
a behind the scenes look at @kashhill interviewing our CEO and founder Todd Weaver for her "Goodbye Big Five" series at @gizmodo. latest article and video here: https://gizmodo.com/i-cut-apple-out-of-my-life-it-was-devastating-1831063868 #SurveillanceCapitalism
Biggest one is the #PinebookPro.
I just realized: One thing I'm missing from the Fediverse are event calendars.
I'm currently in a group of people planning a climate protest, and we're using Facebook to post events there for people to subscribe to.
I'm not aware of any federated social network / tool where I could post a calendar event and people could subscribe to it.
That would be a really useful feature to get more people off Facebook.
Roger Stone's lawyer wrote a book and someone wrote a birbsite thread on it and...........
Thoughts inspired by this.....
I think the harder you work the more rolls of the dice you get. But success takes luck.
This is also why I think we need to spend more time supporting the social infrastructure that has a much greater effect on our lives than anything we do individually.