New Blog Post (backdated to when "Around the time I would have liked to have posted it") about my trip to the Google Summer of Code (GSoC) mentor summit last October: https://musicblocks.net/2018/11/11/devin-represents-sugar-labs-at-gsoc-mentor-summit/
Walter Bender and I will be doing a workshop at the Mini Maker Faire at the Boston's Children Museum in October
Some leaders of the Music Blocks team in Japan -- Walter Bender, Sachiko Nakajima, and yours truly.
Crossposted from Twitter
RT @email@example.com: I so much love to read comments defending Google, saying that their abuses of dominance are necessary to keep innovating.
Let's remember what Google had to say about Microsoft's use of IE in Windows to force users into using MSN, back in 2006.
Now this is a promo for a phone that I actually enjoy. Librem 5 phone https://videos.puri.sm/promo/l5-campaign2.mp4
Companies should not be able to unilaterally change their terms and somehow expect that you be bound by the terms.
If they want to change the terms, they need to send you a new agreement and ask "pretty please" for you to agree. If you do not reply or reply by saying no, well, they are out of luck. No new deal.
I think the federated timeline needs to be radically redesigned. It is just way too much information to have in the traditional linear feed format. Anyone have any ideas?
Let's just through some ideas out--anything. Perhaps some of the feeds just cluster and others come to the surface (and the user has some helpful way to control this). Maybe there is a 3D rendered globe and where your mouse hovers, you see feeds for.
I don't know... any ideas?
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