genuinely what motivates a human being with access to the world wide web to interact by a post by a person they have never talked to before to admonish them for using facebook over one year ago. what makes someone think that it will be appreciated when they go out of their way to tell another user that they shouldn't have used the most popular service in the world at any point in their lives
https://app.socialbicycles.com/trips/Ud9wbH1G6vaaQUkY8w/gZg==%0A bikeshare bike to drop library book off
Filling a gap: the clandestine gang fixing Rome illegally: https://www.theguardian.com/cities/2019/apr/10/filling-a-gap-the-clandestine-gang-fixing-rome-illegally
It's like a real life Tuttle from the film Brazil!
i'm reading about an old east anglian pub sport i am apparently gonna go and do next month and i feel like i'm having a stroke
[CW alcohol, insufferable englishness]
So good to see lots of Rave/hardcore music on Archive. If mine wasn't on tape and it wouldn't break on playback I would upload them too.
Hardcore will never die?
Regretfully closed my circumlunar.space account as hardly on a computer at home and have started a new role at work so am not procrastinating as much as I had been recently. If you're interested in Gopher and/or pubnix then you should check them out. @solderpunk does a great job.
"Patagonia and The North Face are selling stuff in part by looking like they’re not trying too hard to sell stuff, which helps them sell more stuff – and fills the world with more and more stuff.”
I don't want self driving cars.
I want boring things like public transit that comes so regularly I don't need to check a schedule.
I want fast passenger rail so accessible and easy it's preferable to suffering airports.
I want cities that aren't built around cars-as-default. https://twitter.com/socketwench/status/1112417058581557249
Previously you'd have found me at @luke as I've been active on the fediverse for years.
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko