@wu_lee This looks like a good place for an introduction. I'm an #NYC-based computer science student and long-time public educator looking to collaborate to create education software that belongs to the commons and keeps capitalist "innovation" from pressuring schools to sell students' private data and the fruits of student labour. Among other things. #holochain looks interesting.
It didn’t take Amazon too long to find something evil to do with their purchase of Ring https://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2019/06/police-offer-amazon-ring-free-exchange-access/592243/
Anyone know about this event at Leeds University Business School?
here is a very small, simple twine game i made a couple years ago and finally got around to throwing online. it is called planted and it is about being lonely and having a plant.
it does have some random messages and hidden values it keeps track of so i hope that makes it worth playing more than once
i hope you like it
An exciting announcement, solarpunk
I've been keeping quiet about this, but I can finally share!
My friend and I are officially contracted for a book from the West Virginia University Press's series Salvaging the Anthropocene. Our book, Almanac for the Anthropocene: A Compendium of Solarpunk Futures, will focus primarily on collecting practical, substantive applications of #solarpunk thought. And we are currently accepting submissions/pitches!
Hello, fediverse! Thought I'd make my #introductions. I'm a software developer in the inland northwest US. Last year I co-founded the Seattle Developers Cooperative with three other members to provide web development for clients and to support open source projects that empower individuals and communities. #cooperative #pnw #seattle #webdevelopment