A single Bitcoin transaction is equivalent to the power consumption of an average U.S. household over 17.76 days.


Hey devs, please use semantic html. This is important!

When listing things, use ul/li! When writing things, use p! When adding navigation, use nav! When putting the main part of your website inside a div, use main! Please use h1, h2, h3 for your titles! Don't use table for layout, they are for data!

Screen readers users have shortcuts to jump to all those parts of your website instead of reading it from top to bottom. But it only works with semantic html. So please help them! :tealheart:

Yesterday, I felt happy.

I received two packages from my courier service. One, a computer so tiny, open and capable I think I renewed my hopes with computing. Two, a letter from a community that helps me understand there's another way to look at things.

Today, I feel grateful.


I've begun transcribing the ship's logs of our passage from Japan to Canada, we'll release more daily. Be warned, some of this might be distressing to some people.


Abstract: The Art of Design | Paula Scher: Graphic Design | (Full Episode)


«A document is not necessarily a simulation of paper. In the most general sense, a document is a package of ideas created by human minds and addressed to human minds, intended for the furtherance of those ideas and those minds. Human ideas manifest as text, connections, diagrams and more: thus how to store them and present them is a crucial issue for civilization.»

— Ted Nelson

Recently bought a Raspberry Pi (Zero W), and wanna learn machine code and/or assembly language.

What should I do? Recommendations of books, tutorials, articles, sites, etc. are very welcome!


"Efficiency is a good, and like most good things, has to be bought somehow, and paid for. There is a point where the price is too high, and we’ve passed it.":

: «Renault Fuego» by Las Ligas Menores (Live @ Coachella Valley)


interesting online confs this summer:
25/7 ➞ 2/8 HOPE
(Hackers on Planet Earth)

30/7 ➞ 31/7 Dat Conference
(a peer-to-peer ecosystem)

8/9 ➞ 13/8 our networks
(do-it-together && (online || offline || p2p))

What are we currently doing to improve our experience with the Web? Are we 100% sure we're using the right tools? Are the protocols we're using the right foundation for our (digital) lives? Are we including *everyone* when we design our spaces? Is this the best computation can be?

Woke up like this.


The Twitter hack is the latest in a long line of failures of centralised platforms. Regardless, the decentralised community underestimates resilience of these platforms and remains dangerously unprepared for the wolves that howl at the door of our users.

"This is Fine": Optimism and Emergency in the Decentralised Network.


Registered (and waiting) for the Dat Conference 2020.

«Virtual peer to peer event about local-first tech and meetup space for everyone interested in the decentralized web».

→ July 30-31, online

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Merveilles is a community project aimed at the establishment of new ways of speaking, seeing and organizing information — A culture that seeks augmentation through the arts of engineering and design. A warm welcome to any like-minded people who feel these ideals resonate with them.