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Eldan Goldenberg @eldang@weirder.earth

Abolishing daylight savings is just reformism. What we really need is to get rid of linear time entirely.

@eldang hmm yeah the bearing is right but those are really inland. i think it might be the saddle mountain state natural area. it is a lumpy pointy thing in the coast range on that bearing, looks a lot like this: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saddle_M

SFFBookClub call for April nominations Show more

daylight savings time Show more

Day 69. I finished processing the photos from Long Beach in December. And would love help IDing the stratovolcanoes in this one (from Cape Disappointment, facing across the Columbia into Oregon). flickr.com/photos/eldan/albums

I had some Feelings about Snow Falling on Cedars: goodreads.com/review/show/2728

A few years ago I set out to read more books by women and people of colour, simply because both groups were badly underrepresented among authors whose work I knew. It was originally a purely positive choice: adding variety that was lacking from my personal canon. But it's ended up being paired with a negative one: these days at least half the white male authors I sample turn out to be very frustrating.

The streets of NYC were getting shut down earlier tonite by #StephonClark protesters. NYPD was out in force repressing the march but protesters were fearless tonite. #BlackLivesMatter

how does "on-call" work in countries that have labor laws to prevent over-40-hour-weeks?

Lois Mailou Jones (1905-1998), influential African American artist of the Harlem Renaissance #womensart t.co/h4EOVetQcM

"Roses are red, violets are blue, I'd have indigestion if I were with you"
"Roses are red, violets are blue, I have a bulldog that looks just like you"
-- ditties @nein09 is finding in her great-grandmother's high school notebook.

Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet (whole book, minor spoiler) Show more

Heh, just mistyped a hashtag and accidentally contributed to the . And now I'm imagining non-human primates discussing a book.

Remote Control II by Jana Sterbak, 1989

Day 68. For , here's me aged 5 and dressed as my hero at the time.

it’s #baturday hope ur all sleepin in my beans

Day 67. A dream of the ocean (fun with the pinhole lens at Long Beach back in December).

"We're total novices at putting train schedules together, it's not like we're the country that literally invented the train or anything" theguardian.com/uk-news/2019/m