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Designer and developer, living aboard a sailboat — Drifting somewhere in the South Pacific ocean. 100% solar powered, building FOSS and Raspberry Pi projects.

wiki.xxiivv.com/Devine+Lu+Linv

- "Oh cool! Free as in freedom, or free as in free beer?"
- "Free as in FreeToPlay"

Spend enough time reading about A11Y and you'll notice how terrible most websites are today

Doing some frontend lispy things that does not compile to JS like Clojure.

monome Norns shield,

"SMD-populated PCBs are here"

"you can order board and components from the sources above. we ran a batch of PCBs with the SMD parts populated which are available directly from monome for $50."

llllllll.co/t/diy-norns-shield

@neauoire Ah yeah! Some console emus do support netplay eh. I was thinking of MAME because I feel like playing beat-em-ups that I haven't played before, but some super famicom roms on a snes emu would probably scratch the itch too.

I'm starting to think that hackers.town is the beachhead for a Canadian invasion of the Fediverse.

I'm contemplating a boat again.

It would be nice to sail away while flipping off this stupid island.

Only 17 percent of US electricity was renewably sourced in 2018.

Thinking of devoting 4 pomodoros every week to climate research/organizing climate action...

I've just released a simple #ActivityPub debugging tool. It's hosted on Glitch so you don't have to worry about spinning up servers or SSL certs etc. You clone your own copy of the project, set it up, and you can create ActivityPub accounts that can send any raw JSON payload you specify to its followers. I use it for testing new and novel ActivityPub objects, and to test compatibility with messages sent from remote servers without needing to create an account on them.

tinysubversions.com/notes/acti

@npisanti here's what i like using L for. this outputs:

-1 for less than
0 for equal
1 for greater than

(when doing boolean logic, one could also use the intermediate bangs directly)

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