Plan 9 is the lego of operating systems

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Using my own #gemini browser, which can render markdown natively and is also able to transfer files it knows over HTTP, to read the @mntmn Reform handbook.

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I've been drawing and painting a lot since the recent mushroom trip.

This one's inspired by Biosphere's Sphere of no form track that we listened to during the trip.

The rio right click menu shows labels of windows that have been explicitly hidden to bring them back up. But how awesome is that it also shows labels for windows that are not hidden, but simply obscured by other windows at the moment.

What a good design.

@l3kn Not being familiar much with Org mode, it’s super interesting how you’re mixing the elisp code right into the descriptive structure of the org file. Is that directly the code you’re server is running?

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I made some generative ASCII / UTF-8 art for gemini.

All pages are generated with ~150 lines of EmacsLisp functions & macros.

I even managed to set up a server and only "rm -rf *"-ed my home directory once in the process.

gemini://leonrische.me/art/grammar/index.gmi

#theWorkshop

@peron it sure is, hope it’s clear its not mine, I’m just trying to run it in natively in a term emulator. It’s a classic ansi from 1997 done by leonardo of black maiden crew. You can check out the whole pack here:

16colo.rs/pack/bmbook13

ANSI art in vt(1). Doing better job than most modern terminal emulators.

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Mastodon @ SDF

"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