For those of you following along my main storyline on cosmic.voyage the Melchizedek crew has made a new and rather alarming discovery:

cosmic.voyage/Melchizedek/020.

If you aren't following along, here's the complete logs for the Melchy:

cosmic.voyage/ships/Melchizede

If you're an author and would like to join us and write your own sci-fi adventures in our semi-collaborative space, check out how to join here:

cosmic.voyage/join.html

if you haven't gone down a rabbit hole in a while and want to zone out, let me introduce you to ~brool on tilde.black.

I won't link you, but you can find brool on either gopher or gemini. I recommend using VF-1 or AV-98.

@RyuKurisu @hund @alatiera @crodges @alatiera

So go to
UNIX50.org
to check out __Super Dimensional Fortress'__ (SDF's) tribute to it!
Hint: Try out several old, ancient Unices right in the browser!
And also make a free __Public Access UNIX System__-account on sdf.org or sdfeu.org

#Unix50 #sdf

Word to your mommies. I’m on the SDF 3b2 server at ssh 3b2@sdf.org talking to people at the . Oldschool funtimes.

jasmaz has setup the SDF booth at in elmhurst illinois just outside of . you can dial a vintage 929-299-1279 or ssh 3b2@sdf.org to login to our original @twylo

chatting away on SDF COMMODE chat while listening to DJ @iiogama 's aNONradio show 'Dally Rhythms'... I am connected to the usual SDF servers (top) and to the special 3B2 computer at the Vintage Computer Festival MidWest (bottom) - more info about the here --> vcfmw.org

chat with us and be seen by peepz at the VCFMW! Run:

ssh 3b2@sdf.org

and right now, the SDF Travelling AT&T 605 terminal and 3B2 are being displayed at the Vintage Computer Festival MidWest. We are all chatting away connected to the 3B2 right now. simply ssh to:

ssh 3b2@sdf.org

then log in as 'visitor'

then run 'com'.

Once in the chat room, issue:

@NICK [nickname] to change your nickname

have fun!!

The is streaming live on inbetween regular DJs aNONradio.net via 929-299-1269 conference bridge .. listen in

Wow, we did not expect the level of interest you all have had in the #PineTime!

More info:
- Cost will be approximately 25USD
- Charging dock included in price
- Built-in heartbeat monitor
- Case built of Zinc alloy and plastic
- Battery life measured in days
- Sorry, can't run Linux itself. SoC is nRF52832, which uses a Cortex-M4 core. That's why we need FreeRTOS :)

Fuck a world of forced specialization. You can be a farmer AND a philosopher. You can be a carpenter and a portraitist. You can be a lawyer and an electrician. You can be a mycologist and a flautist, a bookbinder and a skateboarder, a chemist and a stripper, an upholsterer and an Aramaic scholar, a gymnast and a fisherman. You can be so many things, any combination of things that you love or like or are interested in or want to try. Idgaf! If you only want to do one thing? That's fucking awesome and good too!

But I refuse to accept a world where a farmer must be just a farmer, a carpenter just a carpenter. Labors of body, mind, and spirit can all fit together, no matter what capitalism says.

@salixlucida What make you of XLM and the recent Keybase.io stuff? Any outlook?

Thanks.

Fediverse forecast for today, Saturday 14 September 2019: genuine, with 35% chance of frequent instance drama all day

#中秋節
太陰曐君萬壽快樂⋯

Well, happy Moon Holiday to everyone who commemorates. Remember the reason for the season. 🙇🏽‍♀️📿🌷🕯🥮🎑🌝

A lot of folks must be abroad or isolated and far from family and friends on this Chinese / Daoist holiday... It’s especially important for women. Please spare some friendly words if you see anyone who is sad.

If you’re lonesome, just look up at the lovely “roundest” Moon, sing a song or some poetry, and know many distant friends will be too!

@manyver_se

Howdy! Do you all have a sketch of what dependencies will be required for your Linux version? What minimum requirements? It’s a nifty idea you are developing. Thanks.

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