Yesterday I found the nightly builds of Weechat Android on the Play Store -- it seems rather bug-free and much more stable connection-wise than both the "non-nightly" release and Glowing Bear.

play.google.com/store/apps/det

Setting up a Mastodon instance & connecting it to the #Fediverse was impressively easy. The only thing worth mentioning is that you might want to check out github.com/tootsuite/mastodon/ if you're using Ruby 2.4.1 with Mastodon 1.1.2.

Keep calm & federate on.

What eInk device does the use to read complex technical PDFs? I adore my Kindle Paperwhite, but it's not adequate for that use-case, and I hate reading off of my monitor.

I found these two very interesting:
- getremarkable.com/
- onyxboox.com/boox_max

They're both quite expensive, though...

Just found out from the Slack that Scott's video hit 1.7 million views! It's about his quest to make his own iphone from parts bought in Shenzhen. (Parts cost him $300 in the end). strangeparts.com/how-i-made-my

This VICE interview with Peter Sunde is dated April 13th, 2017, but I swear I've seen it before and I can find traces of it quoted all the way back in 2015. Weird.

motherboard.vice.com/en_us/art

An equivalent of HTTP 301 (Permanent Redirect) would be highly useful in Mastodon / OStatus.

I bet Steve Jobs was the kind of person who would fart in your office and then pretend it never happened

Alex Payne, (engineer who helped scale Twitter), way back in 2010: "Decentralization isn’t just a better architecture, it’s an architecture that resists censorship and the corrupting influences of capital and marketing.

"At the very least, decentralization would make tweeting as fundamental and irrevocable a part of the Internet as email. Now that would be a triumph of humanity."

al3x.net/2010/09/15/last-thing

OMG a HackerNews thread that is mostly useful Q&A and almost no vague bile-belching! Trigger warning: about #Mastodon
http://qttr.at/1ru7

"Designing computers to treat their owners as untrustworthy adversaries, unfit to reconfigure them or know their defects, is a far more dangerous proposition than merely having computers with bad software."

torforgeblog.com/2017/04/03/ho

federation spawns communal luxury, 500 over 140 characters

Ostala su još dva dana crowdfundinga za kupovinu strojeva za Udrugu Kamensko -- ne budite škrti, ubacite koju kunu:
indiegogo.com/projects/udruga-

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