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I'm now operating three bots on Mastodon:

Launch Radar Bot - @launchradar

Western Quakes Bot - @westquake

Japan Quake Bot - @japanquake

I can't think of anything more tedious than being told to use "correct" names for operating systems.

RT @_ericelliott@twitter.com
How to speed up developers:
* Give them one task at a time to focus on
* Avoid context switches
* Cut meetings
* Avoid interruptions

There s a fly in our bedroom. Ozzie and Fezzik are ON IT.

Kitten update: Oswin and Fezzik are thundering through the house chasing each other back and forth. This really is the best.

I dunno, just fuckin paying people to quit their nonsense jobs for websites or Jamba Juice and instead paying them $30/hr to install solar panels, plant trees, build high speed internet, retrofit buildings and build up public transit would solve a lot of problems I think

You have go to watch this, it is extraordinary.

Firstly, we have the Bay City Rollers singing with Ann-Margret (yes, that Ann-Margret).

Secondly, just look at the audience! The audience are loving the music, but they are not *teeny-boppers*. Watch out for the elderly lady swinging her ear trumpet in time to the music. Fabulous.

youtube.com/watch?v=eaKhKcadVg

#music #BayCityRollers #1970s

Are you a Mac developer that believes in our project? We have hit a brick wall with our macOS #Glimpse port and have a severe lack of Apple users in our project to unblock it!

More details here: github.com/glimpse-editor/Glim

Contribution links: glimpse-editor.org/contribute/

What RMS, Torvalds and the like cost us 

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Wrote a little bit about the Culler-Fried On-Line System at UC Santa Barbara, which was kind of like Mathematica but in the late 1960s. It used a dual-tier keyboard and they had a hell of a time figuring out how to make it communicate over the 7-bit ASCII that Telnet on the ARPANET required.

write.as/365-rfcs/rfc-216

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