possible computing thesis
it seems to me that our  main goal should be to allow people to spend radically less time using computers (less electricity and fewer resources) without losing most of the interesting capabilities and connections which computers and networks have given us.
 by "our" i mean folks who are interested in web zero, gemini, permacomputing, retrocomputing, fediverse, libre software, slow computing, etc.
Running a Docker Host under OpenBSD using vmd(8) https://undeadly.org/cgi?action=article;sid=20220922081544 #openbsd #vmd #vmm #docker
WilloE ReAgnus -- the all-in-one Fat Agnus replacement IC, for the Amiga:
@fincham but also, isn't trying to do the right thing against an adversary, also part of the hacker ethic?
I mean, a mask is an exploit against the viruses infection vector? It's reverse DDOS for viruses, we're denying it to spread. That's pretty punk.
Wrote about my small adventure to see the Aquariids on Friday night https://fincham.dreamwidth.org/454.html
"Go google it" is horrible advice in an era where search engines' top results are those who game the algorithm the most, and Google tailors different search results to every user.
So if a clueless person searches about topics like transphobia or racism, they might actually find transphobic or racist results, and in the end your "educate yourself, don't bother me" approach actually made it WORSE.
To celebrate the launch of GitHub’s distasteful new “Copilot” feature I decided to finish migrating all of my code to sourcehut. Everything that used to be on my GitHub account is now at http://git.sr.ht/~fincham/
And I will go, I don’t know where, forever.
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