@canonicalbrud haha, my toots are unlisted by default because i don't want to flood the timeline with my shitposting…maybe i should change that lol

RT @MoiraDonegan@twitter.com
Don't read the Jacobin article on the economics of housework, which is reductive and wrongheaded. Read the actual Marxist feminist critique of housework, from the inimitable Sylvia Federici. "Wages Against Housework", here in PDF: warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/english

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techbros, ethics Show more

[note: here in ontario a lot of our power is hydroelectric and electrical power, like what you pay a bill for, is referred to as "hydro"]

okay i realize Nuclear ☢️ Is ☢️ Scary but for once i just want, like, a show or a movie with a sinister hydroelectric power plant

Hey, budget engineers, can I really boost my wifi signal with a beer can? Or is this malarkey?

'Cause the alternative seem to be to plop at least some 50 bucks for some gizmo from Best Buy.

Why go on strike to fight climate change 1/n Show more

The KDE community endorses the Global Climate Strike tomorrow, September 20th. See kde.org

"There is no Free Software on a dead planet."

Find your local march on globalclimatestrike.net/

#ClimateStrike

What's a pirate's favourite letter? Show more

What's a pirate's favourite letter? Show more

I am currently reading the Chinese sf collection _Invisible Planets_ (ed. & trans. Ken Liu) and there is a lovely story about this French robot dragon-horse, Long Ma, here battling the giant spider Kumo in Ottawa: youtu.be/eEvRe3joGe4

our minecraft server now has its own festival, called Sand Melon Fest, complete with a radio station to which you can listen in our discord: minecraft.melon.computer/disco

I'm always happy when I can share work from @literaryashland@twitter.com (like this piece on fact checking)!

quickanddirtytips.com/educatio

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