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Kyle R. Conway

I had completely forgotten how much I enjoyed this #comic until I received notification that the new issue was online:

New blog post: The Mastodon Spring Creator’s Release: What’s in 2.3 for art and photography

Please share it around! ✨

So I found this article [ ] by... someone posting it on here, I forget who so I can't credit, sorry.


Sure okay the article is a pretty good profile of Stallman, and it's a pretty good intro if you have a friend who doesn't know who he is, but...


Great blog post on Slack's "bait and switch".

"The reason email is federated, is because it was developed before surveillance capitalism was a thing and because it was established and entrenched long before these companies came around.

There's a reason why your email address is still the de facto way to sign up for any service on the web (sometimes with one or two degrees of separation), and it's because of federation."

I did the thing. If for some reason you want to subscribe, you can do that here:

@KevSaund This remains my favorite newsletter series ever:

What will focus of yours be?

@KevSaund What do you do with your pi? Love hearing what people are using them for!

@monsterjavaguns @eylul

"on the internet, death is relative"

Lovely. Just lovely. That makes the Wayback Machine technological necromancy!

@hergertme Thanks for making my life better with GNOME. Happily using right now.

Anyone on here got encrypted backups setup with on a box? That's what I'm planning on setting up so any personal experiences would be appreciated. Also appreciated are comments like "Don't do that!" provided they also include "Do this instead..."

It was a big step forward to get local storage, local backup, and sharing in the form of a freenas box. Now I just need to figure out some off-site encrypted backups.

Happy Sunday!

I made a after 5 minutes of toying with a tool online. Makes me think of playing a game like 8-bit double-dragon. Walking, walking, punching, walking...