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The fact that browsers implement tracking prevention and a distraction-free reading mode tells a lot about the general state of the web.

Who said: "I think it's important that we don't all get Stockholm syndrome and let the companies that work hard to charge you more convince you that they actually care more about you. Because that sounds ridiculous to me."

Well, as I said, brief downtime, but we're up and running again. The code we're using now is much simpler (I deleted almost 300 lines of infrastructure code), uses less resources and doesn't depend on Let's Encrypt renewals anymore.

Happy tooting!

I'm working on the server stack this morning and things will _most likely_ break. I'll let you know when I'm done, expect some sporadic downtime though.

I'm actively recruiting volunteer devs for a native Signal / Signal-like client in Gtk, in the hopes that we can bring it to the @Purism Librem 5 phone. Please contact if interested.

PGP/GPG: FA9D 40F1 5FE1 D8AB 8312 4AAA 77E3 1447 CD1F C3F6

Logging on to Mastodon via scholar dot social where it's a bit of a gamble what "latex" in the CW could be referring to

Popped the front off of this display because I can never leave well enough alone and have discovered that the display panel is held in place by three pieces of tape and suddenly every project I've ever built is valid.

Step aside circleci/bond (testing library with spying functionality), I have a new favorite github project name:

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Fediverse (n) - the best place to be when you are waiting for your build to finish.

Anyway, here's a Rosa Luxemburg quote that caused me to put my book down and have a good lil think last night:

"I feel at home in the entire world, wherever there are clouds and birds and human tears."

I kinda always categorized Rosa Luxemburg in comparison to Emma Goldman. Look to Emma for quotes on love and life, Rosa for hard analysis of economy. I'm checking this assumption as I read more of Rosa's life and expand beyond her economics writings. (Go figure!)

I'm reading a graphic novel called Red Rosa about Dr. Luxemburg's life. What a human!

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