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someone took "playing the long game" a bit too literally

About 25gb of pdf's on everything from farming and traditional crafts to emergency medical care and election organization. All in .iso format for burning to disc.

archive.org/download/2012_cdw3

@antifuchs I guess they thought _Star Trek: Peaceful Relations and Difficult Ethical Decisions_ wouldn't sell as well?

framing climate action for conservatives (rough draft) Show more

Do any communities around open source projects have ways to facilitate connecting free-lancers who know the project to companies who need such people? What works?

Curious, none of these things are things I thought one did in the star trek universe weirder.earth/media/4SmVH28Rdj

Ladies, if he:

-never responds to your texts
-goes out of his way to make you feel bad
-multiplies rapidly at temperatures between 68 and 104 degrees

He's not your man. He's a foodborne pathogen.

A smol distribution of emacs that works in Qt called squeemacs

Why Aren't Millennials Laying Enough Eggs?

Gonna start calling the idea to transition "the immasculate conception"

ukpol Show more

"Due to the superstitious significance of the numbers it contains, the palindromic prime 1000000000000066600000000000001 is known as Belphegor's Prime, named after Belphegor, one of the seven princes of Hell. Belphegor's Prime consists of the number 666, on either side enclosed by thirteen zeroes and a one. Belphegor's Prime is an example of a beastly palindromic prime in which a prime p is palindromic with 666 in the center. Another beastly palindromic prime is 700666007."

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palindro

death, puns Show more

uspol, white supremacy, fascism Show more

do i have an unhealthy relationship with this platform? probably.
am i going to do anything about it? definitely not.

Oh we're talking about open source maintainer mental health again. As someone who's come pretty close to burning out on unpaid labor but is currently living off open software, here's my take:

Firstly, popularity changes everything. Building and sharing hobby projects is great and I hearthily recommend it. This is relatively little work for you, pushes you to think about code clarity and docs, and might help someone.

Just putting this out there—Digital: A Love Story no longer works on modern macOS. I don’t support it anymore, bc I don’t think it’s very good, but I know some disagree and the source is open; if for some reason someone wants to port to modern Ren’Py, I’d be happy to reupload it.