Software is like recipes.
Facebook etc is like McDonalds: the recipes are designed to be cheap to produce and addictive so you keep coming back, but not good for YOU.
Commercial software is like restaurants: it varies wildly, and your favourite popular restaurant may disappear unexpectedly.
Open source is like home-cooked meals: you can know exactly what's in there and share the recipes freely. Some recipes are hard to pull off, but some are actually more convenient than going out to eat.
@jameschip It’s uncanny. Could be purely coincidence. But it could also be an ancient, tribal instinct: the insatiable thirst for... HORSEY RIDES!
I usually don't write or talk much about dreams, but tonight's was so specific I had the urge to document it: https://nchrs.xyz/fabianDelursi
Signal is down globally due to large influx of users. Finally people are jumping the train from WhatsApp to what I’ve been using/preaching for years and here I am considering moving to a decentralised option.
At this point I have to wonder if I’m really that far ahead or if I just really don’t want to stay in touch with most of the people in my address book.
What are your favorite resources to learn C? So far I've got some 1000 page manual, which is thorough, but not overly exciting.
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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.