Lazyweb: if I want to sell shirt designs, and I’d like it to be a teespring-like thing where the shirt won’t wear through in 3 months, the material isn’t sourced from somebody dumping trash in the ocean or working meth-addled children through 17 hour days and everyone involved is making something approximating a living wage, what shirt vendor do I want?
My Slack app bricked itself overnight and I am here to say that Zulip is amazing and wish the annual subscriptions to Slack all went into Zulip instead https://zulipchat.com/
No point in building something to scale if you don't have VCs breathing down your neck!
Best likely case: it slowly becomes popular and you can plan to re-engineer it
Worst likely case: you have a few users and it never grows but whatever, at least you didn't waste energy engineering it to scale
Best unlikely case: it becomes popular fast and you have a bad week re-engineering it
Worst unlikely case: nobody uses it and you didn't waste energy engineering it to scale
Looks like https://blog.hackster.io/introducing-the-nvidia-jetson-nano-aaa9738ef3ff could be a good start.
rainy cold selfie w/ bad hair day
Instead of thinking of #universalhealthcare as the healthy taxpayer paying for somebody else, think of what benefits you get for your taxes, other than your own coverage.
1. your neighbors aren't bankrupted
2. so they don't turn to crime
3. so you and everybody else: safer
4. so fewer people need emergency care (from crime)
5. so health care cheaper and better (GOTO 1)
healthy people-> +production
Also I see that in the last month that I've been not making much progress on this, http://search.cpan.org/~jjatria/Mastodon-Client-0.008/lib/Mastodon/Client.pm was released. #perl
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