The biggest shift I'd like in MUDs is dropping telnet. That is a showstopper for most mudlibs/engines/projects/whatever.
The same way we ought to have BBS/door paradigms over SSH, we ought to revive text exploration with modern technologies. ^_^
I meant to post this in the morning, but we had a glorious sunrise today.
For the cost of an iPhone, you can now buy a wind turbine that can power an entire house for lifetime
Day 2 of new job, can't wait to get started.
Having a baby in the house again reminds me how wonderful asynchronous communication is. @maiki and I have been having a slow conversation, and it's great.
I would prefer to be able to reply right away of course, but I just reply when I can, they reply when they can. It all works out. :)
Don't always be materially productive. https://tim.hithlonde.com/2017/dont-always-be-materially-productive/
After lots of coughing last night, I'm wearing a mask now when I'm outside. It's not the best, but it's what I have. #pnwfires #lookslikemadmax https://mastodon.sdf.org/media/tD3rAlj9nUuE_8RiysA
Four out of five #remote jobs on LinkedIn are postings with a sentence that says, "This is not a remote position."
My next project is definitely a better job board system for remote workers.
But in the meantime, where is the place to get remote work? I am a #WordPress developer, webcrafter and IT specialist, if that matters.
Someday, someday maybe I'll be able to get my son's attention as quickly as a faintly-heard train whistle can. :)
@timotheus I am leaving them off interi.org, but I will have them on maiki.blog.
When I write to inform, I need deeper feedback, so I will have my email/jabber/whatever, so folks can contact me and we can discuss. For my blog, I want friends in passing to drop me little notes about what I am talking about.
So I *want* comments on the blog, but I don't want them on docs, tutorials, etc. Hence my breakdown.