(IMO) Linux is more than a Kernel it's a way of life. Using Linux has not only taught me more about computers, but it's changed my perspective on reality, I feel it empowers me to live a free and open life. Free in the sense can I control the path I take, and open in the sense that I can more easily share and communicate my ideas with others its not only taught me self reliance but also inspired me to learn new things, and in the FOSS world there is no shortage of new and exciting things.
Checkout Chris playing Assassin's Creed https://peertube.social/videos/watch/870e4df5-c27b-4764-b76f-ec0dcaf39ec9 @chrisweredigital
@lunduke I'm looking for a little palmtop-style computer, with the ideals of 1- being able to run a rad operating system (DOS, FreeDOS, AmigaOS, maybe even Linux/*BSD) and 2- having some means of getting information off of it when I need to transfer data to my regular setup. I anticipate having to save up for it, but I'd like recommendations on what I should be looking for. I don't want a GUI (I'd mostly just be running wordgrinder and vim) & I anticipate not having a working network connection.
https://youtu.be/Mhb4CvOtEeo YouTube fixed Markiplier's problem
More issues with YouTube - a video from Markiplier says people have had their entire Google accounts shut down for emotes in a Livestream... Really YouTube come on... It would be cool if he came to lbry. https://youtu.be/pWaz7ofl5wQ
Happy #Samhain fediverse
@purism Nicole and I (taking the photo) on a little Librem 5 Birch fabrication trip...