I finally uploaded much of my videos/lectures to a permanent domain with PeerTube. Phew. https://video.wilkie.how/videos/trending
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
academic funding malaise
my academic funding woes are definitely related to the fact that the only way I can hire a dev is to pay them 90+k/yr at a higher position and salary than myself. silver lining: laying them all off means I can fund myself an extra, like, 5 months maybe. just enough to write grants large enough to hire lmao (I'm on my second proposal now) like how the fuck does any project survive this mess? 30x part-time student labor? naw.
my boss has already told me that my hair and painted nails are weird and bother him so who knows what would happen if he weren't 'liberal'
if *you* know why the skull is named Murray, I'm selling these fine leather jackets.
*watches the @firstname.lastname@example.org speaker list grow* ooo so many cool people with cool interests!! http://bangbangcon.com/speakers.html
if *you* would like to have less friends, I can recommend also doing this
my fault, of course, but still
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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