I want to practice Spanish. What are good podcasts?
Quiero practicar español. ¿Qué son buenos podcasts?
What should I follow for technology related news and events in Dublin?
Fresh pot of coffee, Bach, Vim full screen.
I'm contemplating spending a bit more time than I have in the last few years macro-blogging. I want to migrate off blogspot. I figure I'll be self-hosting and would like the following features:
* Markdown that produces modern, WCAG-compliant HTML5
* Push to Wayback Machine on publish/update
* Python api
Also, if something is CC-BY on Flickr, I'm assuming that I have attributed it if I include a link. I hope that's right.
I'm finding it surprisingly difficult to put a CC-BY image on my slides/handouts. When I include PNGs as images through Pandoc they are big and fuzzy, especially on Beamer slides. Neither the EPS or SVG works when making PDFs with Pandoc. (Except that it did work with one slide deck for a reason that I haven't discovered.)
I'm assuming that if I have the text and no image the legal status is the same, so maybe this isn't worth thinking too hard about.
General call out to folks. We're starting a History and Philosophy of Science reading group. We will read the first chapter of https://www.amazon.com/Exact-Thinking-Demented-Times-Foundations/dp/0465096956 and we will meet on https://www.worldtimebuddy.com/?qm=1&lid=2147714,2078025,100&h=2147714&date=2018-3-10&sln=10-11 and we will meet in https://discord.gg/ERQUGp6
All who have done the reading are welcome, spread the call. No RSVP needed.
I had to towel dry the cat. He seemed to like it.
FYI, recent #socialcoop arrivals, this interview provides some good context for our instance: https://medium.com/open-collective/social-coop-a-cooperative-decentralized-social-network-c10980c9ed91
'Humanizing the Economy' is a popular suggestion.
I don't know much about the theory/history of cooperativism. What should I read?