Privacy settings: https://dev.glitch.social/@cassolotl/99942218361780184
Local vs. federated timelines: https://dev.glitch.social/@cassolotl/99942225799392803
A two-way 🐘🐦 @crossposter:
How to find and interact with toots that haven't reached your instance yet: https://dev.glitch.social/@cassolotl/99942232570954068
technical death metal generated by neural network and streamed 24/7
it can do vocals and riffs that are physically impossible for humans
but it must do them endlessly forever
The thing I like least about infosec discourse is the corrosive way cynicism and individualism combine to make the internet a low-trust society instead of finding collective solutions to common problems. It's as every mugging was followed by endless hot takes about what kind of running shoes the victim should have worn.
AUR currently has no build recipe for pdfshuffler, but luckily, I found a revival fork called PDF Arranger
PDF Arranger works great, as far as I can see it has all of the PDFshuffler functions and is planning many more, possibly a Windows package, which I know would be very very appreciated.
For the worksession called Networks with an attitude in Antwerpen, by #constant #bolwerk and so much more, we only used the train, #trolleys and a #trailer to transport electric cables, camera, projector, coffeemaker, kettle, thermoses, paper, pens.. With every change in venue, a trolley distribution was done amongst the participants.
The last transport back was done today!
Introduced by @agnez
Photo album of
'The Network We (de)Served - #XPUB Special Issue #08'
Contributors: Simon Browne, Tancredi Di Giovanni, Paloma García, Rita Graça, Artemis Gryllaki, Pedro Sá Couto, Biyi Wen, Bohye Woo, @rra Manetta Berends, Lídia Pereira, André Castro, Aymeric Mansoux, Michael Murtaugh, Steve Rushton, Leslie Robbins.
Notes on an Anarchist HCI"
I do projects on/with/about computers, networks, infrastructures.