this quote from Bunnie Huang is, i think, probably the best justification for proactive correction of biases i've seen
Importing all my masto follows into pleroma... let's try to move there.
"Learn how Docker, Kubernetes, serverless and AI come together at DockerCon 2018"
Did we reach peak buzzword yet?
I have a feeling there’s going to be a lot of questions. Some of you wont even know what I’m back from/for?
I’m back as Project Manager for #Mastodon.
I’m back from being sick, too sick to function. I ended up getting a month and a half of sick-leave, but it took me a while to actually get there. And that, together with some other stuff, has brought me back, on top of the world (that's how I feel)
Fact checking: over decades I user to read and hear about the #usa #education practice of rewarding children (with medals, ribbons, diplomas etc. symbolic ways) practically for anything -- to keep the motivation up and to avoid the situation where just a few kid would play the stars, leaving others behind.
Now, I am looking for confirmation, whether that was really ubiquitous and to what extent. Also, if there are any researches on long-term effects of such policies, in terms of social attitude.
Trying to install Kali Nethunter on a Nexus 5, not much success so far... :-/
I'm pretty sure I had a mention about ASMR, but it's gone :(
User deleted it? User gone? Got blocked? We may never know...
Not Safe For Wok
(put it in a proper pan, please)
this piece on how and why cyclists break traffic laws is very accurate to my perception https://www.outsideonline.com/2296681/ethics-breaking-traffic-laws