2600 has once again shown that it has fortitude in the face of adversity in creating a new website showing the addresses of US concentration camps:
Their first issue has US White House Phone numbers, and in the 90s, they published the DeCSS source code.
I posted a copy of the D&D episode we did on @librelounge to reddit's r/rpg and it was well received.
I posted the same thing to r/dnd and it was immediately downvoted.
Makes me wonder....
Grubhub is domain squatting on independent restaurants https://www.theverge.com/2019/6/28/19154220/grubhub-seamless-fake-restaurant-domain-names-commission-fees
Okay actually I clearly have too much. I'm going to do my best to release *some* version of #BeeBot in the next couple of weeks even if it's missing a bunch of features.
This week I'm also packing to go visit my sweetie who lives in Vancouver.
What a busy summer. I'm:
1. Writing an example ActivityPub server with a ton of docs as a toy
2. Continuing to edit and produce @librelounge
3. Writing a white paper on anti-spam on the #Fediverse
4. Writing Data Shards, along with @cwebber
5. Last week I began writing #Freeload.io with @rmw
6. Had shoulder surgery
I feel like I'm missing a few things too...
"How Google is building a browser monopoly"
STOP USING CHROM*
One of the parts of the Golem/Shards demo that @cwebber didn't address is scalable query routing.
That's what I've spent part of today thinking about.
This is an awesome set of ezines about distributed systems from a class (from @lindsey on birdsite)
This article puts into words some of the observations I've had around some people in my life and the disconnect between words and actions around friendships:
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