It's time to reread Ulysses, so I'm digging around for additional Joyce resources to help with the study, and... fonts. http://www.riverrun.org.uk/wake/index.html (thankfully I'm not rereading Finnegan's Wake, because that's just a jumping of the shark, but cool glyphs)
Fit the Second, in which Mr. Pike's third trend haunts all the other trends right out of the damn circus. gemini://nnix.com/gemlog/6.gmi
gemini://nnix.com/gemlog/5.gmi a summary of my PinePhone experience, and first in a series I'm writing to explain to myself this microcosm of a technological tragedy playing out before our eyes.
Just got my vol III for PoC || GTFO. It’s beautiful, of course, but PSA here in case anyone doesn’t know about this journal which is clearly a Merveilles kinda thing. https://www.alchemistowl.org/pocorgtfo/
In fact, to offset the damage, I'll just link Araby here, it's a short read and it'll do more for your edification than a bushel of moaning about Pinephone bloat: https://www.owleyes.org/text/araby/read/araby
The experience is summed up in my mind by the conclusion of Joyce's "Araby" (an excellent read if you haven't), "Gazing up into the darkness I saw myself as a creature driven and derided by vanity" ... should have spent the pennies of my weekend more wisely here.
The manifold and petty ways in which mobile linux on Pinephone appears to be broken is not compelling. Someone needs to hack this product back to basics. An attempt to overlay and implement the features of commodity smartphones upon the bloat of GNU/Linux is neither approachable nor maintainable. The hardware is nice, and it's begging for paradigm-shift minimalist OS, not 1.6GB of GNU/Linux desktop packages stuffed into a pantomime Android costume.
I am a person and I do person things.
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