Why do you think the majority of people are so quick to get rid of their computers the moment they become obsolete? E.g. can no longer run the latest version of Windows or macOS?
So many solid computers that had cost hundreds of dollars are thrown out, though at the same time people are excited to buy under-powered devices that cost less than the average restaurant bill.
Maybe the better question is, why is it so hard to avoid obsolescence?
@BryanLunduke the way things are going, we might need more of the nerd prep soon. "Trump’s pick to run environmental office says CO2 is good for us, renewable energy is 'parasitic'"
@BryanLunduke Skype is coming to linux. "Skype on Linux gets some design love from Microsoft"
"No Standardization Without Representation!"
@gandhi @BryanLunduke Matrix/Riot might be an option for you and Riot had recent big update https://matrix.org/blog/2017/08/23/introducing-matrix-widgets/ https://mastodon.host/media/EomXogDTwaNru7iSsq8
I was reading about how you can't sue Uber. That made me write a poem. Obviously.
Here's a 4K version, just cuz:
ICYMI: When you use elementary OS, you are not the product. https://medium.com/elementaryos/you-are-not-the-product-1d28c485175f
Last chance to save the Flash
"Developers Petition Adobe to Open Source Flash"