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Ed Summers @edsu@digipres.club

So I'm super appreciative of digipres.club -- but I really want to actively use an instance where I can help fund the infrastructure, and participate as a member in the decision making. ..and also learn how to run a social media co-op.

So I'm going to be moving over to @edsu and following y'all from there. I'll keep my account open here, but I would appreciate it if you could follow me over there, if you want to continue to get my updates.

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"If the internet is an archive of the things we make then it’s also an archive of the abuse we endure there, and our apologies for feeling outraged."

longreads.com/2018/02/22/weve-

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I discovered this website about self hosting. It seems nice to have a dedicated website to help spread knowledge about available softwares and to give tips how to self-host.

selfhostedweb.org/

#SelfHosting #OpenSource

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It sucks to be sick, but a steady supply of hot tea and Eno’s Ambient 4: On Land made it much more bearable. Honestly, it’s nice to have an excuse to just spend the day on the couch.

youtu.be/7Rt6L9OCBcc

If you follow @magicrealismbot@twitter.com and have ever wondered what the most liked tweets were:

medium.com/@edsu/magicrealismb

At least for the moment...

"The view count for 50 of the top mass shooting-related conspiracy videos is around 50 million."

medium.com/@d1gi/untrue-tube-m

I really enjoyed this piece about technologies of surveillance and preservation, and how (and for whom) they make cities legible theatlantic.com/technology/arc there

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Bought two 3 TB hard disks for my zfs raid.

Coco is a truly beautiful film about memory & music. If you are looking for a movie to watch, treat yourself.

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i've tried teaching myself python (mostly via learnpythonthehardway.org/), but i think i'm in need of something with a bit more structure. any recommendations? classes, even?

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"Redis dump file is 100% backwards compatible. An older dump file format will always work with a newer version of Redis."

github.com/sripathikrishnan/re

I like that Mastodon requires you to have a code-of-conduct for it to accept new signups:

medium.com/tootsuite/how-to-st

Does the code-of-conduct here effectively work as a privacy / terms-of-service policy?

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I remember when Archive of Our Own launched when I was first at @eff and we were all so happy that it existed (together with OTW): archiveofourown.org/

It’s always great when you wish very hard for an institution and it appears (but if it doesn’t that’s a sign you need to start it yourself)

Walking someone new to Ruby through installing Jekyll on their OS X laptop was insanely painful to do & explain. I feel intense guilt about this because I routinely go around promoting static sites like they are the digital preservation holy grail while comfortably elliding the whole installation process. OS X command line tools, gpg, rvm, homebrew, gem, bundler ... c'mon now.

Can I get a witness?

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my #c4l18 lightning talk slides are up (#indieweb + @code4lib = ♥) matienzo.org/storage/2018/2018

i wish i could say that @kayiwa and i knew about each other's lightning talks, but we didn't plan on it at all.

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IMHO, ARK is one of the unsung success stories of the digital preservation community. Much of the work has been achieved through the constant attention & care (and understated genius) of CDL's John Kunze.

CDL & DuraSpace are now looking for people interested in helping sustain the work:

docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAI