I've joined this instance because I'm an ARPA member on the SDF. I also keep a few back-up identities on other instances too.
I'm curious about gopher, Mastodon, OSS, Linux, Emacs, Org-mode,
tabletop RPGs, philosophy, history, and programming. I'm known to
fiddle with Python on occasion.
If you want to chat, ping me!
The Evolution of a Programmer
A Book of Boredom and Brilliance and Other Related Things
Happy Bat Appreciation Day! (April 17th)
A Bit of Maintenance...
One of my favorite role playing game ever is actually a little game developed by famous indie creator John Wick.
Cat: A Little Game about Little Heroes, is a game where you play as a cat to defend humanity against evil threats that are invisible to them: the Boggins. It's both epic, fun and super cute and is actually pretty simple. It can be easily played as a one-shot or as a campaign.
It's also really cheap, so I heavily recommend it!
I finally figured out what this song is that they play at #TorontoFC matches...
Songs and chants performed by The Red Patch Boys - supporter group of Toronto FC.
Listen to Legend TFC by RedPatchBoys #np on #SoundCloud
I'm looking for photo transfer/management apps to replace my reliance on Google Photos. I tried Shoebox but it's not quite doing it for me as I can't easily share images from it. PhotoSync likewise is certainly doing what it's intended to, but it won't replace my need entirely. I don't mind using a couple apps - for exaple, photosync for the syncing bit and something else for organizing.
What I want is to be able to:
- back up photos from my phone so I can clear space
(This can be cloud based or to my pc)
- share photos with either a direct hotlink, copying the image, or with easy access to the file directory
- organise photos into albums or groups
Any recommendations? @switchingsocial I'd welcome your thoughts or boosts :3
Lake Retba in Senegal is a salt lake which is naturally bright pink like strawberry milkshake.
The colour comes from microbes which use a type of photosynthesis which evolved separately to the kind that plants use. The chemical machinery those microbes use is rhodopsin – the same stuff which is found in your retinas, allowing you to see.
♲ @Frinkeldoodle@transfurrmation.town: (alt text: four images, each with labels above them. An image of a person drinking water is labelled "TCP". An image of a person being splashed with water is labeled "UDP". An image of a few kids playing in a sprinkler is labelled "Multicast". Finally, an image of a person spraying water at a window is labelled "Firewall")
"C'est temps-ci, quand un scientifique parle de science(s), les croyants lui lancent immédiatement des tomates. Faut qu'ça change !" -- Infoman https://ici.radio-canada.ca/infoman/emission/2019/03/29/a-la-defense-de-la-science/
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Curious about Mastodon, OSS, Linux, Emacs, Org-mode, tabletop RPGs, philosophy, history, and programming. I'm known to fiddle w Python
"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