I'm sure there's a tendency to always view the past as better, but the social-media-ification of the Internet has really sucked a lot of the joy out of entertaining people. When it was peripheral to the broader Internet, you spent most of your time making stuff. Now you gotta learn 8 to 12 platforms that mostly want you to act like an employee of their algorithm.
I've been rewriting my script, and decided to make a series of shorts instead one longer film. The first film will tackle more serious stuff. Keep fingers crossed that it gets funded, or you can always support me through ko-fi.
Here are some new mockups I made for the storyboard.
Hope your day goes well, I am resting today ❤️
"#Unity isn't a game engine. It's a advertising and malware network that merged with a popular game engine as a delivery channel and now wears its corpse as its skin"
Dear @junocomputers if you sell computers and use Free Software Operating systems it is not o.k. to assume you can free ride on community support.
It makes me sad to have mails from users in my inbox that are stuck with an unusable device on a Sunday and are seeking help to get it going again. This is your job.
Please listen to your customer's issue. If it's a software issue in the latest upstream version forward it with a good description.
Screenshot is from https://junocomputers.com/product/juno-tablet/
Thanks to everyone for a great reboot of All Systems Go!
We can't share all the great discussions in the hallway track but we can share all the talks here: https://media.ccc.de/c/asg2023
The thing is, people's mental health doesn't go away by making everything expensive and more difficult to access. The drug abusers who don't have ADHD and just want to stay up all night aren't by-and-large the ones going through these processes. Their dealers are more readily available and ask fewer questions, and more likely, they move on to far more addictive substances (meth, etc). The expense and red tape in our system serve as a lock to keep honest people out.
Librem 5 is now $999 (a $300 Savings)! Due primarily to the overwhelming demand for the Librem 5, we were able to lower our component costs and are now able to pass that savings onto new customers.
Actually, big thanks to #Unity for elegantly demonstrating a huge part of the risk model of proprietary software.
top 10 computing betrayals: wine (not an emulator) includes code for emulating things https://github.com/wine-mirror/wine/blob/b80ea4153b096970514f86f385a37c9ceaceada2/dlls/ntoskrnl.exe/instr.c#L645