One fun thing about writing an emulator is you go through a phase where unimplemented functions expose rarely-seen error messages, like this one from SkiFree:

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Library, archive, and museum/gallery workers, join us!

COVID4GLAM is a discussion community for GLAM workers to connect, problem solve, organize resources, and support one other as our workloads transform under #COVID19.

Sign up at http://discord.gg/vkaSYV5.

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Anyone out there know of good diagrams/explanations about the various relationships between ICANN, IANA, IEEE, ARIN, IETF, etc.?

1917 was an epic of the human condition. I was immobilized visually and moved deeply. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

I've been building a Facebook Events style event organizing system for the Fediverse. It's based on the simple, open source, privacy-respecting event organizing tool https://gath.io

The attached video is a work-in-progress preview and shows compatibility with Mastodon. My hope is to get it working with lots of software, including stuff like Friendica that supports events and calendars.

Check out more at my Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/posts/organizing-on-32729070

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Guidelines for Developing and Supporting Grant-Funded Positions in Digital Libraries, Archives, and Museums: https://dobetterlabor.com/

written by members of the DLF Labor Working Group's subgroup on contingency/precarity.

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"Most narratives about connectivity -- often pitched by Big Tech -- use slogans like: “Connecting the next billion”, “Bringing access worldwide”, “Connecting the unconnected”, and so on. Those projects are mostly one-size-fits-all. The basic difference to community networks’ approach is that we work within communities’ realities, instead of delivering top-down, ready-made solutions."

-Bruna Zanolli on community networks, https://foundation.mozilla.org/en/blog/why-do-people-communities-need-connectivity/

On this dreary Monday morning, please enjoy My First Browser Extension, now available for Firefox Add-ons (Chrome review pending)


This is an early Christmas gift built on request, but let it be a beacon for everyone struggling with self-doubt

(Also I will post the code shortly, when able, but I don't want to ruin the surprise and I promise there is literally no JavaScript included)

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Hometown is adapted from Mastodon, a decentralized social network with no ads, no corporate surveillance, and ethical design.