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few things are as genuinely calming as sitting in front of a full-screened, dark terminal containing a personal project, with music in the background

A super-talented artist by the name of Stéphane Richard (known previously as Wootha) dropped a bunch of their work into the public domain.

How much?

OVER 90 GIGS. THEIR LIFE'S WORK.

spark.adobe.com/page/ucLFuLOEK

#PublicDomain #HolyShit

i wonder what kind of sites would pop out of a mini merveilles jam in this vein :)

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sundaysites.cafe is a really cool idea & *such* a great vibe
»If you want to build a Sunday Site
1. Write HTML and CSS.
2. Don't use JavaScript. Figure out ways to achieve something similar with HTML.
3. Automate as little as possible. Keep it manual until it hurts.
4. Sign your site with a link to your user page.
5. Have fun!

I was going to build a gemini client, but I've got distracted by how fun this crappy test app is :D

OK so here is the ~web version~ of the current draft of the MNT Reform (2.0) Operator Handbook:

mntre.com/reform2/handbook/ind

I'd be happy about feedback because I'm numb from staring at this content for too long. Good feedback and bug fixes can make it into the printed version.

The PDF/printed version has a different layout and formatting but the same content.

controlling the means of dissemination 

Laurie Spiegel in 1982 nailing down exactly how Spotify et al managed to transform an early gift economy (netlabels, napster, etc) into what we have today.

yesterday's dinner was home-cultivated oyster mushrooms on slices of my sourdough bread c:

i'm back visiting goland, debugging mysterious memory leaks

Incredible demo/talk of DIY 3d printing of clay buildings in the southwest US
youtu.be/qubpNXGQujU?t=8980

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i was looking at my github stats, and it looks like sun-tue are consistently high output days. guessed correlation: breaks are good!!!

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