The £10 gamecube looks good, apart from a sticky lid catch. Scrubbed up the two controllers so far and tested the two games. Might either keep it for a local retro gaming scene, or trade it in for a 3DS or Ambernic...
One of my aims in switching fields was to do it openly, including sharing useful links and resources. So here's a really low-tech site for my links and notes on website energy assessment, green tech, etc:
Interesting question over on Twitter:
"Have any of you worked with or have any recent papers/refs on self-destructing or decaying data? Am struggling to find relevant research that isn't about messaging."
hey #fediverse, I'm looking to create a collection of social sustainable VPS providers
- green energy
- worker owned
- organic growth
- NO hyperscale
please send me more!
Feels good to be productive. On the flipside, I've been struggling having so much time away from 'doing stuff'. It's been nice to have a break, but I can definitely only do a week without desperately wanting to do/make something, these days, even if it's something small.
5pm Friday, and v0.01 of my new videogame photography site is live: https://spritecountry.exmosis.net/
Rough, but doing 85% of what I want right now.
Little braveries, the "lie-flat" movement, 60 year rewilding, digital gardens, and new #solarpunk zines - all in this moonth's beamspun newsletter:
▲ Why we won't fix climate change — the blame game
This picture is a representation of the world we live in, but only because we accept it.
By building up excuses and blaming each other, citizens, politicians and corps ultimately refuse to take their share of responsibility in the progression of climate change and prevent the introduction of effective counter-measures.
I must admit, I've decided to stop copying my weeknotes into Medium, and it feels fine. More ... personal.
"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