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So with a few friends, just launched this new instance:

INDIEWEB.SOCIAL is a home for those who build, study, promote  - or are just fascinated by - a wide variety of #openweb, #indieweb, #federated and #humanetech practices and technologies.

We seek to promote innovation and shared evolution and promotion of such technologies as well as to offer this instance itself as a platform to experiment with integration and early implementations...

indieweb.social/about/more

app capitalism Show more

"religious, but not spiritual" is my new term for any technological solutionism

@lilithsaintcrow

What if the real artificial intelligences to be afraid of were the corporate entities we made along the way?

Openstreetmap is reaching the point that it is just more information rich and beautiful than google maps and that is awesome

Heading for sleep. TZAF, you fine people of the fediverse. I hope you all are well wherever this toot may find you. o/

RT @thehumanxp@twitter.com
This is called "cloud printing" and i'd really like to try it

Oh wow, good job to whomever did this one.

`whois aboynamed.su`

devs need to realize they're workers too.

I am delighted to announce propcheck, a property-based testing library for #emacs lisp!

github.com/Wilfred/propcheck

If you like quickcheck or hypothesis, you should like this too!

Public Library Receipt Shows How Much Money You’ve Saved by Borrowing Books, Instead of Buying Them

openculture.com/?p=1068394 t.co/EQkfiikep1

The New American Homeless Show more

Linux is too difficult to install. Here's an instalation story from the 90s.

liw.iki.fi/liw/texts/blind-ins

Reading about that beekeeper in Turkey who couldn’t keep the bears out of his hives so he set up a taste test to see which honey the bears preferred. I love the internet.

Searching for a book I read while in high school by using single word subject and who I thought the illustrator for the cover probably was... and it worked! Thanks, internet!

Introducing nushell Show more

Putting out another call: I'm looking for #musicians using #Linux or #opensource software to create their tunes.

All genres welcome, as long as it's quality!

This is for my podcast Linux For Everyone. To be honest, this stuff is hard to find.

Help me find it!

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social.coop

social.coop is a cooperatively-run corner of the Fediverse. The instance is democratically governed by its members, who generally share an interest in the co-op model, but topics of discussion range widely.

If you are interested in joining our community, please review our Bylaws and Code of Conduct. If you agree with them, you may apply for membership on our instance via this link

Our instance is supported by sliding scale contributions of $1-10/mo made via Open Collective. You must have an active Open Collective account to apply for membership; you may set one up here