Wendell Berry is a good human, also, been reading about Doughnut economics.
"We need a 'new economy,' one that is founded on thrift and care, on saving and conserving, not on excess and waste. An economy based on waste is inherently and hopelessly violent, and war is its inevitable by-product. We need a peaceable economy."
Quote from In the Presence of Fear: Three Essays for a Changed World.
@neauoire ah nevermind xD Just for some reason when I read "jamuary" my first thought was that it would be about making a new jar of jam every day or something
mastodon, except without federation. Each instance has the space to develop its own deeply unique culture, separate from the rest of the internet. And while travel between instances is possible, it's more akin to going on a journey to a far away place, and finding yourself immersed in their local instance's culture, vs simply seeing other instance's members aggregated in your local timeline.
Software is like recipes.
Facebook etc is like McDonalds: the recipes are designed to be cheap to produce and addictive so you keep coming back, but not good for YOU.
Commercial software is like restaurants: it varies wildly, and your favourite popular restaurant may disappear unexpectedly.
Open source is like home-cooked meals: you can know exactly what's in there and share the recipes freely. Some recipes are hard to pull off, but some are actually more convenient than going out to eat.
My keyboard arrived yesterday :3 I still need to solder the switches and the arduino. Probably this weekend.
OK #linuxaudio heads. I'd like to use some old Windows VST instruments in #Reaper. I can open #Carla as a VST within the DAW but the Wine bridge isn't supported. So... How do I route MIDI out of Reaper into Carla? Can't seem to do it in the patchbay or Qjackctl but I'm probably missing something. #pleasehelp #askfedi
modern sorcerer learning to harness the dark arts for creative pursuits
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