Amundsen-Scott South Pole station via https://www.usap.gov/videoclipsandmaps/spWebCam.cfm
This week's side project: Keelback, an ultralight static wiki generator in a single Python script. Featuring quick local links, auto-populating category lists, random content from one of @uonai's tweets.
The eventual goal is to rework my website to be less PHP-reliant, with deeper time tracker integration and markdown-based file formatting.
Books that I havn't read, that I would most like to read in the coming year:
- Anti-Oedipus, D+G
- The Rise of Realism, DeLanda + Harman
- Assemblage Theory, DeLanda
- Nihil Unbound: Enlightenment and Extinction, Brassier
- Philosophical Investigations, Wittgenstein
- Posthuman Life: Philosophy at the Edge of the Human, Roden
- Writings 1997-2003, CCRU
For my first post on @jim's Reading Supply, I continue a conversation I had with him and @uonai about Instagram, why I've soured on it, and what I'd like to make to replace it:
Basic cracker recipe, because everyone should know how to make crackers from scratch.
When I think about what ties me to where I am right now, all that comes to mind is family and a stable internet connection. Pretty much all of the people I’m friends with are geographically dispersed, sometimes we meet up IRL for a few days then it’s back to voice chats and text boxes. Some may call that anti-social but I have more meaningful interactions online than with the people who don’t share my interests out here in rural nowhere.
From my leaving-Facebook note Show more
> In 30 years someone's going to be writing a history article like "did you know about this social network that facilitated mass surveillance by authoritarian governments and stoked ethnic hatred, and users knew about it and didn't care?" and are you gonna be like "Yes, it was awful, when I found out I stopped using it and started working on platforms that empowered people" or are you gonna be like "yes but it was so helpful for staying in touch with friends"?
@uonai with great power comes great responsibility.
No dystopias, please.
I think new ways of relating to follow/following with develop with this tool. I am of the mind to keep my follows to the people who are either my close friends or deeply edify me.
For those on my local that I just want to nominally follow i will follow via local timeline
Time tracking systems are proving fun to design and research. Half of it is figuring out a usable data structure and technology stack, the other half is adapting the system to become a part of my life. Constantly migrating between different computers, drifting between areas with and without internet makes this a reasonable challenge.
Added a graph of recent days' logs to chronologicon (also, check out how it looks with different terminal schemes)