Any recommendations for a link shortener that *won't* track you when you visit the link?
Found https://anon.to/ but not familiar so no idea how trustworthy it is.
@bgcarlisle "There are no uses for the blockchain outside the context of healthcare, let alone in it"
Spacemacs · but she's a girl...
"Calling org-mode a note-taking system is a bit like describing the LHC as a very large circular tunnel."
I mean... it's the 21st century, man. Information has never been as more accessible.
If one doesn't know what whiteness is and how it effects us all on a daily basis, it's because they don't want to know.
Folks are asking about the basics of racism and hate not because they want knowledge, but to frustrate the conversation.
It is very easy to learn about the history of whiteness and its effects.
Having a good exchange means doing your own work instead of harassing people for free labor.
PSA: duckduckgo has !-keywords that redirect searches to other sites
!w - wikipedia
!g - if you want to be a heretic
!aur - the AUR lol
!gh - github
!wa - wolfram alpha
so to search wikipedia for the article on crabs you type
if you set ddg as yr default search you can jump to literally all of the webbed site searches with minimal keystrokes
Mamba is the new conda https://github.com/QuantStack/mamba
Experimental client for installing conda packages faster.
If it seems weird to you that this bugs me, consider that roughly the same effect, temperature-wise, could be achieved both quicker and with about ⅓ the energy use by swilling some hot water around the mug from the boiler to warm it, popping the teabag in and then filling it direct from the boiler.
Just watched a colleague: 1. Draw of 800ml hot water from the water boiler into the kettle (instantly cooling it from the 98°C it comes out of the boiler to about 94); 2. Bring it back to the boil in the kettle; 3. Pour out 300ml into their non-warmed tea mug; 4. Leave the remaining 500ml in the kettle to go cold. 😖
In which I rip out Disqus in favour of something decentralised and free (as in speech): https://erambler.co.uk/blog/replacing-comments-with-webmentions/
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