Things you won't hear at E3:
"We made this game without mass-exploiting skilled labor, paying some of our workforce near-starvation wages, forcing people to do multi-hundred-hour crunches, getting themselves hospitalized, then laying them off."
Something else you won't hear at E3:
The eight-hour day is an anachronism when at current levels of productivity most people should be working only three. It was an achievement more than a hundred years ago when Uruguay made it the law in 1915, but it's not a great thing to not make any progress in a hundred years.
The show must move on. #MayDay
We all need a free alternative to YouTube!
PeerTube is a decentralized video hosting network, based on free/libre software.
PeerTube is currently in beta version, that's why @Framasoft needs your help to pave the road to version 1.0!
(Framasoft is a small french non-profit, so do not hesitate to Boost this Toot to non-french user and invite them to help us fund PeerTube v1)
recently it has seemed to me that the main trick of computer programming is to learning how to break your problem down into a series of subproblems that turn out to be the subject of entire careers and yearly conferences of various computer scientists
In terms of being solarpunk in real life, I try to repair instead of replace, grow a portion of my own food and think of subtle ways to turn my normie friends and neighbours into social anarchists in practice, if not in name.
I also write stuff, and am working on ideas for some solarpunk fiction.
If you want a straightforward, practical project to help contribute to leftist, anticapitalist, and anarchist movements, then learn a new language. It is without a doubt one of the most limiting factors in our movements.
What is happened in Iran earlier this year? If I knew farsi I could maybe tell you, but instead I just know what the NYT said happened.
When I started the quixotic journey to create a taxonomy of all human knowledge the most common (and well meaning) questions people asked me were: Why? What’s the point (you know Wikipedia exists right)? And the more obvious: Are you bonkers?
But I started because a taxonomy of knowledge primarily designed as a teaching resource ceased to exist. So, yeah.
there are about one hundred billion people who have ever lived and about eight billion people who are still alive. p approximately equals 0.08, so we can't really be sure that people die
I'm based in northern Poland, hoping to connect with likeminded people in the area and around the world.
I'm into distributed resilient communities for open-source tech advancement, software and hardware. So far it's all on paper, still a noob skill-wise, but slowly getting there.