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Tim Habersack @timotheus@mastodon.sdf.org

The reason I like for is because it is a server project where all the components are just that. It isn't all one big blobby thing with an unusual copyleft license.

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.


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. :)

"Rule of thumb: index for equality first—then for ranges." This source on database indexes is very, very helpful. use-the-index-luke.com

has such brutal items. Good thing I identified this!


RSS is the most useful information source in my life. I can't fathom why more people don't know about and subscribe to RSS feeds.

Just shook hands with Dave Gibbons, who is taking a tour of our Dark Horse offices. Super nice guy!

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. mastodon.sdf.org/media/tD3rAlj

This should bother people.

Four out of five 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 developer, webcrafter and IT specialist, if that matters.

That was amazing. :) Definitely going to get the family together again for the next one.

Someday, someday maybe I'll be able to get my son's attention as quickly as a faintly-heard train whistle can. :)

Just spent 2 minutes trying to start up my mail client, "Lightningbird" before realizing... that's not its name.

I just figured out calculating an angle between two points using .

I get a happy feeling when I get to use my rusty math brain. :)

@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.