There are days and experiences which remind me just how lucky I am. Things which are generally hard for people often go easily for me.

Today was one of those days. Something which is normally hard, long, and stressful, looks to have been short, easy, and successful.


Some weeks it feels like a grind and like every little bit wears you down further.

Okay, I'm curious, when did you guys first hear about/join Linux? Please boost for a wider data pool. :boost_love:

Defense against abortion restrictions 

If you have an online period tracker, now is a good time to delete it before your data can be subpoenaed. consumerreports.org/health-pri

Just published my first take on "How to read a (crypto) research paper"! As always, I hope people find it helpful and I'm always open to feedback.


the after-credits scene is the casting room where they're trying to figure out which muppet will play Yoda for the sequel, and Yoda comes in and whacks them with his walking stick while saying ALREADY A MUPPET I AM!

the worst part of giant media-mega-monopolies is that they don't even make good use of what they own.


Why do squirrels make for poor Buddhists? 

Because they're not chip-monks.

Anyone got any advice on Tootle? Seems to be a decent app for managing multiple accounts across Mastodon. I have zero experience with it, however.

When things go rough and imposter syndrome rears its ugly head, it's useful to be reminded that I have contacts everywhere and they are genuinly looking out for me.

Before joining Mastodon had you participated or were active on BBS (dial-up) or forums (vBulletin style) in the past?

Boosts are appreciated for better sample sizes.

@mark Think you might like this thing I'm grabbing. I'm getting it preassembled, but it seems up your alley. hackaday.io/project/165251-the


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