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@jgkoomey@mastodon.energy
2024-04-18 17:42:57

A no brainer: capitolweekly.net/governor-new

@mgorny@social.treehouse.systems
2024-05-17 19:06:47

Autism spectrum condition, attachment to objects, "minimalism"
I could say that I'm a minimalist. Much like many other of my characteristics, this one stems from the autism spectrum.
Many people in the spectrum show emotional attachment to objects. Sometimes you could think of it as "hoarding", but for me it's mostly about strong negative feelings when something breaks, when I need to throw it away (interesting enough, I don't really mind giving it away, so others could use it, just trashing).
The simplest way to limit these negative feelings… is to have very little stuff. Don't buy, nor take, stuff that you don't need. Limit yourself to things that are really important, and ideally wait some more, look around, maybe it will turn out you didn't need it after all.
I don't have any plushies (anymore). Most of my old hardware were given "into good hands". Some is still waiting for a good way how to revive it. There are no ornaments over my walls, just an old clock that belonged to my grandmother, one from the "сделано в СССР" era. Its scary how outdated my smartphone firmware is.
I suppose some people will think it's an unhappy life. I don't really know. I don't think I've ever enjoyed mindless consumption. Perhaps as a child — but the excitation of novelty usually quickly gave way to disappointment.
And gifts, gifts are something I truly hate. But it's a separate topic, another kind of trauma.
#ActuallyAutistic #minimalism

@aral@mastodon.ar.al
2024-05-15 19:09:19

The new and improved Settings section for Kitten (Small Web/peer-to-peer web) apps is coming along nicely.
Should be live this week.
#Kitten #SmallWeb #Settings

Screenshot of Settings > Kitten page at https://localhost/💕/settings/kitten/:

A welcome message with a Hide button: 

👋🤓 Hello!

Here you will find technical details about your Small Web place (such as your cryptographic identity) as well as configuration options.

You should not need this page for the day-to-day operation of your Small Web place but it is here in case something goes wrong or if you want to tinker with it.

🐱 Kitten

Version
1-4ff6f0-20.12.2-20240515181948
Born
2024/05/15 at 1…
Screenshot of same page showing the Domain section:

🏠 Domain

Your Small Web place was not deployed by Domain.

Here are some ways you can deploy your site.

Using Domain:

Use an existing Small Web host like small-web.org.
Run your own instance of Domain and deploy using that.
On any computer that runs Linux[1]:

Deploy your site to any server (like a tiny single-board computer or your own VPS server somewhere) using Kitten’s deploy command.
With systemd (this is not some political statement;…
Screenshot of same site showing the Evergreen Web section: 

🌲 Evergreen Web

Did you have a site here before?

You can preserve it and keep existing links to it on the Web from breaking by redirecting pages that cannot be found here to the older version of this place that is now hosted the domain set below.

Redirect missing pages to the following domain:

Clear button.

Not sure what to enter here? Please see 4042307.org
🆔 Identity

This is your public identity for localhost (ed25519 public key).

Copy button

SSH

This is your SSH public key.

Copy button
@j12t@social.coop
2024-04-18 02:26:06

During college, when my EE internship placed me in a manufacturing line job that was somewhat repetitive (not very repetitive as repetitive goes though), on the second day, I distinctly remember I felt like my brain was dying. It was not a good feeling.
So can confirm.
Fortunately, my manager saw sense and made me write some Turbo Pascal instead the day after.

@jrefior@hachyderm.io
2024-06-18 15:44:27

Trump appealed the gag order in the hush money case, and the New York Supreme Court just declined to hear the appeal, finding that "no substantial constitutional question is directly involved."
apnews.com/article/donald-trum

Most migrants likely wouldn’t say they’re fleeing climate change.
They’re escaping war, economic uncertainty, social instability and the like.
But climate change multiplies those threats.
It’s not a coincidence that 95% of conflict refugees in 2020 came from global-warming hot spots.
A 2021 study by researchers at the National Autonomous University of Mexico found the movement of low-income farmers from Mexico to the U.S. not only tripled during times of drought but …

@privacity@social.linux.pizza
2024-04-19 12:03:12

NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter Transitions Into Stationary Testbed
poliverso.org/display/0477a01e
NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter Transitions Into Stationary Testbed On April 16th NASA announced the formal end

@lilmikesf@c.im
2024-05-17 16:12:20

Why take a knee , when you can take an arm?
World's top ranked #golfer booked for second-degree assault of a #police officer, third-degree criminal mischief, #reckless driving and disregarding traffic signals from police direc…

@j12t@social.coop
2024-04-18 02:26:06

During college, when my EE internship placed me in a manufacturing line job that was somewhat repetitive (not very repetitive as repetitive goes though), on the second day, I distinctly remember I felt like my brain was dying. It was not a good feeling.
So can confirm.
Fortunately, my manager saw sense and made me write some Turbo Pascal instead the day after.

Most migrants likely wouldn’t say they’re fleeing climate change.
They’re escaping war, economic uncertainty, social instability and the like.
But climate change multiplies those threats.
It’s not a coincidence that 95% of conflict refugees in 2020 came from global-warming hot spots.
A 2021 study by researchers at the National Autonomous University of Mexico found the movement of low-income farmers from Mexico to the U.S. not only tripled during times of drought but …