Trying to think of a talk proposal for No Time To Wait! 4... 🤔🤔🤔 https://mediaarea.net/NoTimeToWait4
"Using this, we were able to write the lisp prototype on our laptops, and simply transmit the program via the audio jack to the Apple //e." http://blog.nullspace.io/apple-2-lisp-part-1.html
"In the Free Software movement, those who are using proprietary software are both the oppressed and the oppressor. They are the oppressed because when we use proprietary software we are limiting our own liberty. But we are also the oppressor because by using proprietary software, we are contributing to the normalization of this lack of freedom" https://media.libreplanet.org/u/libreplanet/m/sparking-change-what-free-software-can-learn-from-successful-social-movements/
Soft launch of my command line notes, with an introduction and posts on 'ls' and 'tmux':
Trying to put pressure on myself to keep adding to it. For a while I thought I'd launch with 10 commands, but it turns out I write a lot.
@ashley the conditioning is f***ing real though: even in articles from big outlets like that one 👆 , they always get a quote from Doctorow or Stallman or Torvalds, fine, great, but they're never like "btw GIMP is right over here, thrilled to take *some* of the money or time you spend on Adobe CC, here are XYZ support companies that are happy to help integrate/teach/maintain it on your systems, and none of them will ever give a crap if you're using the version that works for you"
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