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I’ve read Digital gardens let you cultivate your own little bit of the internet today and now I think: a plain old static website is enough most of the time. The only part of such website composed of entries with dates would be a Change Log. The rest of it would be just notes, articles, pictures, you name it.

Programming in 2020:

Can't wait to boot up my APPLE to open up my MICROSOFT text editor and GOOGLE for solutions to FACEBOOK's technical debt in my MICROSOFT repository so I can deploy to AMAZON and I'll pay GOOGLE and FACEBOOK for the privilege of getting site traffic to show my visitors ads.

if anyone is interested. I just joined a 64 player game of Neptune's Pride (a slow 4k game that lasts months, but only requires you to log on once or twice a day for couple of minutes essentially). If anyone else wants to join you can do so now. The game will start once 64 players have joined.

Explain it to me like I am a 5 year old. Why are everyone losing their mind over Rust? What makes Rust special?

So here's a question. Can you mention a free and open source game out there that you've clocked more than 20 hours in? (excluding proprietary games running on FOSS engines like the westwood games on OpenRA, the Marathon Trilogy on Aleph One, Diablo on DevolutionX, etc.)

Here's my mention: Mindustry

"Great. So the physics of fusion have just... stopped working."

So far this year Mozilla has: Discontinued Firefox Send and Notes, laid off employees, announced they're shifting focus away from their web browser, introduced Mozilla VPN (reskinned Mullvad with Mozilla telemetry), Firefox Monitor (all breaches sourced from haveibeenpwned), and introduced "Firefox Private Network" (a VPN that isn't Mozilla VPN, only works with Firefox Desktop, and uses Cloudflare).

I believe this is what you call a "lack of direction"

So, I was going through some old archived stuff and happened up on my project folder of the abandoned (sorry) Diaspora Noise project from 2011. And I noticed a name i found familiar. Is this you @ice ? :D

Was tempted to test out Plan9. Ran into problems installing it in a virtual machine. :/

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