I wrote a personal essay on federated social web meets the rogue archivists, the nuance and power of forgetting, and building social software around consent and archival resistance. https://wilkie.how/posts/social-archival
To paraphrase @jalcine are you coding for people or your nerd friends.
You gotta make a choice.
wow. Riot settles their class action agreeing to pay out $10 million in salary reparations across all women employed there in the last 5 years. https://kotaku.com/riot-settles-lawsuit-will-pay-every-female-employee-si-1840156366
contrary to a false history, we have ALWAYS developed infrastructure in support of human connection. recent advancement shows us that tech *could* liberate our differences and connect us all, therefore we see a surge of new ways to vilify that connection... to make it seem vacuous and childish somehow.
Meshroom, a FOSS photogrammetry tool, worked very well in this rough pass at 3D-scanning boxes https://alicevision.org/
read about Professor Liskov, understand Liskov principles, think about consequences, design better software https://www.quantamagazine.org/barbara-liskov-is-the-architect-of-modern-algorithms-20191120/
code == art; it should be available to all. let's love whomever we wish; digital archival; social federation; boost selfies = ok; http://broken.software
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