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RETURN · Is a research project designed for the experimental disclosure and artistic investigation of Amazon's return infrastructure ..


I do some amateur photography as a hobby, and thought I'd share some photos from time to time. These were taken from two trips this month: Cape Disappointment and Olympic National Park.

I anticipate spending a LOT more time in the National Park.

Okay, I can't keep the urge of making my own spreadsheet program at bay any longer.

Let's get started.

My today's game is now on :flan_guns: is a platform for indies video games. First time I join it as a creator, my new game Z-hack is modest but it exists and I'm proud of it :flan_cool:

You can find many good games there, most of them are free. A few gems like Celeste, Noita, Amon Us or Urtuk ended on more common stores such as Steam when they got popular.

#gaming #indie #itchio

This scuttlebutt protocol sounds like a lot of fun. Who's on it? Worth spending time there?

:space_exp_mars2020_jpl: Random Image from Mars Perseverance :space_exp_mars2020_nasa:

Title: Mars Perseverance Sol 22: WATSON Camera

Id: SI0_0022_0668900001_226ECM_N0030770SRLC07017_0000LUJ
Sol: 22
Date taken: 2021-03-13T09​:​35​:​08.267 (Sol-00022M14​:​16​:​24.468)
Date received: 2021-03-14T07​:​45​:​06Z
Camera position: (1.32191,0.120344,-0.611008)
Camera vector: (-0.26335510002934404,-0.9064345728944339,-0.3301824591801021)

NASA's Mars Perseverance rover acquired this image using its SHERLOC WATSON camera, located on the turret at the end of the rover's robotic arm.

This image was acquired on March 13, 2021 (Sol 22) at the local mean solar time of 14:16:24.

Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

NASA's Mars Perseverance rover …

This is so Merveilles it even hurts:
"A collection of ambient tracks, composed with Impulse Tracker, running on a Pentium 266 Mhz. Tracks use mostly samples from Casio SA21 and Yamaha Portasound PSS280. I also sampled a few patches from my Reface DX, and imported some data files from my DOS disk".

Software Doldrums
by Rek and Devine of Hundred Rabbits.

This talk, which was featured as a keynote at LibrePlanet 2022, is about the dangers and shortcomings of relying on always-online proprietary platforms. Hundred Rabbits will share how they reimagined their software to encourage the reuse, repair and maintenance of existing hardware.

university compsci clubs in the 90s: we host our own IRC server, email infrastructure, ftp, shared UNIX computer, NNTP...

university compsci clubs in 2022: google suite is too hard so someone here has a Discord you could join if you know who to ask

We spoke with the FSF, and we found an arrangement so we could have access to a somewhat reliable internet connection for the event, and so we'll be happy to give a keynote at the upcoming LibrePlanet, March 19 and 20!

@cblgh where should we report bugs for the forum? Don't want to get annoying in case there's a list somewhere already.

@protodrew thanks for the recommendation on Space 1.8 / Nala Sinephro. Excellent album!

💬 "I think there is a world market for maybe five computers."
🗣️ Thomas Watson, president of IBM, 1943

💬 "There is no reason anyone would want a computer in their home."
🗣️ Ken Olsen, founder of Digital Equipment Corporation, 1977

💬 "I predict the Internet will soon go spectacularly supernova and in 1996 catastrophically collapse."
🗣️ Robert Metcalfe, founder of 3Com, 1995

💬 "People don’t want to run their own servers, and never will."
🗣️ Moxie Marlinspike, founder of Signal messenger, 2022

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