#introduction I am a programmer in New Jersey. I have been on federated social networks since 2013, and am really into the cooperative model. I am into mathematics, anime, free/open source video games, and personality typology, and generally just like meeting new people online. Hope to strike a conversation with some friendly people here!
@dankwraith set theory is a lie perpetuated by Big Math to sell textbooks
(Copied from queeranarchism on tunglbr)
A public arrest is a bad place to start your activism.
If you are young or inexperienced and want to start doing activism, it’s a very good idea not to start with any movement focussed on big public arrests and non-violent civil disobedience without anonymity, such as Extinction Rebellion.
These public ‘non-violent’ actions may seem safer than anarchist groups dressed in black balaclavas, but the opposite is true.
Security flaw in French government messaging app exposed confidential conversations. Based on Riot messenger | TechCrunch
@SocialCoop Is there a list of instance blocks? And specifically, is liberdon.com blocked?
US bitcoin trader could face death penalty over Thai 'seastead' https://www.cnn.com/2019/04/19/asia/thai-sea-home-us-bitcoin-trader-scli-intl/index.html
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You can tell Viacom really wants to stuff its brands as far down your throat as it can now that they own Channel 5.
Can the US and China end their trade war? | ChinaWorker.info
one of my fave things that happened at work was when my boss and i were talking about that street food guy who makes massive amounts of spaghetti, and my boss was saying he'd wanna buy that big ass pan that dude is using. So he tried to look up that pan in three different languages and literally couldn't find anything. So i was like "hey maybe google 'big pan spaghetti' and maybe the video pops up" and my boss laughed thinking it was a joke but i insisted and guess what happened
Scheme programmer, Novice esperantist, Spiritual naturalist. Will listen to your problems for free.
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.
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