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I know a most people when they have these kinds of questions they can just Ask Dad (or Ask Mom or Parent) and they never think about how difficult it can be to find resources answering these questions when you don't have some person with more experience like that who is always willing to answer these kinds of questions without judgement. Without that it's WikiHow or Ask The Internet.
Also if you're from a country where the question is N/A then just Don't Reply
It's Always Sunny In The Fediverse
The mastodon stages:
1: getting used to the interface
2: discovering that most people are just people, engaged in everyday adventures, big & small
3: the allure of the notification sound
4: a gradual getting used to the fact that not everything is about US politics, and that it's okay to filter it out on a macro level
5: a quiet moment when you think "there can still be poetry in this world"
6: some sort of reconciliation with the quantum magic that is the federated timeline
Hopefully 2018 will be the year we finally get the third film in the series. I can't wait for them to complete the Paul Blart saga with a new holiday classic, "Paul Blart: Mall Santa"
Spending the close of the year writing code to schedule panels for a con, and thinking about how often we hear "that was the algorithm" when a computer replicates human bias, as if the computer made the choice.
The thing is, computers can't make choices. Humans make choices. Computers make decisions, using the choices we give them.
If we want them to make better decisions, we have to give them better choices.
Bliadhna mhath ùr, mastonians
While we wait for the new year, please give a thought to all the workers who are on shift tonight. Let's be thankful to all the doctors, nurses, EMTs, police officers, firefighters, cab and subway drivers, hotel clerks, security guards, maintenance technicians, sysadmins, air traffic controllers, and everyone else who is not having a break tonight
In 2018, let's all resolve to stop shaming people for existing in and acting in a capitalist society.
You can be ancom all you want, but never let the ideology get in the way of caring about the people around you and wanting them to survive.
I've seen a few glimpses of toots hinting at a New York City masto meetup. Is anyone already working on that?
swapped a few things out on my current self-proscribed study curriculum. also fleshed out links for the "short explorations" section for anyone who's interested in some front end developer studying inspiration.