I appreciated this video because he is articulate, insightful, and talks about how to improve the world in a more subtle way than you may have heard before.
This is the kind of git commit messages I would like to write: https://dhwthompson.com/2019/my-favourite-git-commit
Wait, what's that? An 8GB version of the Pi 4?!
Need to send encrypted emails? #Nextcloud mail uses browser add-in Mailvelope for this, and the latest Mail release improves the integration of this add-in.
From HN comments: "Gemini sites load so fast, it's a little crazy". Not at all, what's crazy is that we've come to accept as normal that downloading O(1000) words of text that we actually care about reading takes long enough to notice and sometimes might make your laptop fan spin up a little - in 2020!
Re-Logic detail the new 'Journey Mode' for Terraria 1.4 that lets you do basically anything https://www.gamingonlinux.com/articles/re-logic-detail-the-new-journey-mode-for-terraria-14-that-lets-you-do-basically-anything.16600 #IndieGame #Upcoming #Update
Announcing the SourceHut project hub 🎉
I don't usually explicitly ask for shares, but this is a big deal for SourceHut - the project hub solves one of our major goals for the alpha. Please help spread the word ❤️
"This current situation is almost prophetically designed to showcase the farce of our societal approach to separating work and family lives.
"We are expected to work from home full time. And care for our children full time. And we cannot have anyone outside our immediate household help. It can’t work and we all are suffering at the illusion that it does."
“Getting Started with WireGuard” https://dev.to/miguelmota/getting-started-with-wireguard-n9e (https://v2.jacky.wtf/post/a61935bd-92d9-4607-9642-f7df8add85ec)
This article/visualisations by The New York Times is exceptional.
@email@example.com @firstname.lastname@example.org If even one person is remote, run meetings on video call where every person dials in individually. Don't book a room for those who are in the office, as being the only remote person trying to get involved in or even hear a face-to-face conversation is impossible.
I hear the "you shouldn't have to learn how your engine works just to drive a car" argument often used to counter my insistence on learning git's internals to understand its externals.
My response: git is a tool for professionals. Racecar drivers should definitely understand how engines work. Amateur users of version control systems are using the undo and redo buttons in a Google Document. Git is a professional tool and if you're a professional then you have a professional obligation to learn your tools properly.
@Canageek Thank you 🤗 . Probably all of my December Speedpaintings (1920x1080px): https://www.deviantart.com/sylviaritter/gallery/all