Might this post reach anyone in the Ft Collins/Denver area? If so, please go take a look at Virginia Stewart's Fabric of Space, her first work accepted into a juried art show. It's a brilliant piece. If you're not in the area, perhaps you know someone who appreciates fine art that you can suggest they drop in to the gallery. Cheers!
This is what I was doing in 1987. It was fun.
Hello #amateurradio community! We are an amateur radio club from Germany. Our clubstation is DK0YA. Toots will be mostly in German.
Please boost, so that we can connect to other amateurs!
Here's what I was doing in 1987. I loved this group. I was one extremely fortunate trombone player. Listen to those fucking trumpet players. And the french horn player. And omg, the tuba player (he later studied applied math at Brown). I mean, I'm sure we all have some stuff we'd take back, but this was a live recording on cassette tape and hey, I can dance all the way through the Waller, so it can't be too bad. Man, Anita just always amazed me.
Max Richter did recompositions of Vivaldi's Four Seasons which are interesting.
Consider how many children are being scud-missiled, how many teacher strikes are un-noticed, homeless remain invisible, how many amendments are being rolled back, how much of your data is being stolen and auctioned again by Zucky etc. while everyone is watching hyper-sensationalized fake-news "volcanic apocalypse" porn in a tiny 1/10,000th of Hawaii
I live <10 miles from the lava flow. It sucks, but we're alive, we're safe, the situation is closely monitored, we're dealing. Don't be hoodwinked.
Just heard about Mastodon and trying to get the hang of all of this.
I have my own, empty instance, but made an account here too, starting off by following those whom I thought were funny when I first got here. Hoping to end up with no more need for Facebook or Twitter.
I should probably do a proper masto #introduction
I'm Vicky. I'm a librarian focusing on research reproducibility + research data management.
I gave an interview about me/my work recently: http://acrl.ala.org/dh/2018/04/04/repro/
I love FOSS, open access, open educational resources, open EVERYTHING
I hate the corporate capture of scholarship
I co-founded an open source, open access repo for LIS scholarship: lissarchive.org
I also love my super cute black cat Little Boss & my partner @remram44
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!