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Cool discovery of the day: The Queer Zine Archive Project (QZAP) with access to the PDF of zines!

First time doing kimchi. 1 Chinese cabage, 1 cup of 🌶 powder, fish oil, grated vegetables. Now letting fermentation do its job

Reading on core memory. What a fascinating way of storing bits, by weaving wire through rings.
Here are some interesting links on the topic:
*The Charming Genius of the Apollo Guidance Computer - Brian Troutwine
* Examining the core memory module inside a vintage IBM 1401 mainframe
* Arduino core memory shield

i'm not a low-tech kind of person, but gotta say, there's something i really like about this website design:

A new piece by @JulianOliver and I - Vending Private Network - a publicly funded network infrastructure for private communication, 1EUR/GBP a pop. Currently on display at Furthermore, London

Any recommendations on what email server software is best to install? :breadthink:

Hello Mastodon!
I'm an Oxford-based artist & #illustrator - here are some iterations of #illustrations made with @inkscape

Source drawings all available on my website:

Download + enjoy 🙂

#mastoart #artwithopensource

A collection of things @cassolotl made for those new to , based on common questions in the public timelines during influxes of new folks. :)

Privacy settings:

Local vs. federated timelines:

A two-way 🐘🐦 @crossposter:

How to find and interact with toots that haven't reached your instance yet:

Trending topics:

The to A Streaming Book Launch September 7., 6-8.30pm (CEST) Join us online or at the World Trade Center, Brussels

“The Techno-Galactic Guide to Software Observation is the obsessive fantasy of optimization turned on its head and stuck to the ceiling of a self-reflecting elevator. It is the ultimate book, with almost 300 pages of dos and don’ts, of forgotten and un-inevitable , of mindful agile actions and improvisational service architectures, of any and all things that you can and cannot imagine needing in a techno-galaxy.”

photos by michaela lakova, via

:www_server: nice to install of to CalDAV Server and nice integration with Thunderbird and Android. Let's see if it helps me to remind my appointments

Looks like a lot of people want to #DeleteTwitter and try out #Mastodon! 👍 👏 🎉

If you know someone who wants to make the switch, here are some resources to help them:

Official Site

How does Mastodon work?

Mastodon info incl. mobile apps

Twitter-style interface for Mastodon

Mastodon Crossposting service
(M -> T currently blocked by Twitter, but T -> M works)

There's an amazing number of #ActivityPub #alternatives now available or under development:

Twitter -> @Mastodon and #Pleroma

Instagram -> @pixelfed and @anfora

YouTube -> #PeerTube ( @Chocobozzz )

Soundcloud -> @funkwhale

MeetUp -> @GetTogetherComm

Medium -> #Plume ( @BaptisteGelez )

Reddit -> @prismo and Anancus ( @tuxether )

LinkedIn -> @cloutstream

Google Calendar -> @calendar_social

Anything missing from the list? What else is needed?

#Federation #Fediverse

Quite a modest start, but happy to have start DivePixels, a gallery of images taken while diving. Using and

Radical Networks conference this October in Berlin:

Call for participation ends on 31. July:

Do you want to install #PixelFed and test it out? I have published alpha install instructions. Keep in mind its not production ready.

I am looking for a digital #artist to commision for three assets for the mastodon client @Tusky: A generic "elephant friend", an image for the error view (maybe a sad elephant?) and an image for the empty view (maybe a sleeping elephant?). Must look good on dark and light background and fit well with material design. Artist must be ok with the assets being published under an open source license. Vector assets preferred. Commission will of course be payed.
Pls boost!

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