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Mark Shane Hayden @msh@coales.co

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Lots of new people out there...

Here are my

I'm a nerd from (Calgary, Canada) into software, and a bit of among other things. I host my own email and web including the mastodon instance coales.co as a hobby.

I work on stuff like , and personally, and professionally in the field of .

Also big advocate of .

I'm kind of libertarian but closer to Chomsky than Rand.

i'm super excited to see @algernon and others building (or planning to build) a distraction-free low-power sunlight-usable writing device
trunk.mad-scientist.club/@alge

for one, because it's useful and cool and i'd probably like to use one eventually

for two, because i really want to see the freewrite, which i am thoroughly grumpy about, get shown tf up tiny.tilde.website/@pho4cexa/9

Hi it's again where I wander around the fediverse looking at small sites!

No real theme today just a few cool places:

mst3k.interlinked.me - Hang with Joel, Crow and Tom Servo...er @Elizafox , @luciferMysticus and @awilfox

social.chinwag.org - Hang out at @mike 's virtual pub in Australia

tenforward.social - Hang out at @guinan 's virtual pub on a starship

Share your favourite small places on !

Purism has an update on their progress with the Librem 5. If you're considering getting one, new information for you!

"Librem 5 general development report — October 15th, 2018 – Purism"

puri.sm/posts/librem-5-general

First we were punk'd

Then we were Banksy'd

Now we are system'd

init with integrated shredder and other pranks

TIL that the oldest continuously seeded torrent in the entire world is the fan-produced (and completely legal) "Fanimatrix" video.

The exact, originally released file has been available online...every bit...via BitTorrent for FIFTEEN YEARS now without interruption.

Happy birthday

Uh oh @Gargron your baby has entered "the terrible twos" :blobastonished:

New Sanders bill: If a bank is too big to fail, it's too big to exist
boingboing.net/2018/10/05/brea

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Happy belated everyone!

Here is the "edible edition" featuring sites with "edible" names:

banana.dog run by @debugninja - featured before but it is funny and fits the theme lol

mastodon.sandwich.net by @jrenken - a sleepy little instance by a smallish hosting company with a great domain name

social.linux.pizza by @admin Free toppings...I mean Free Software!

Timely reminder that "Netflix original" is just 2018 for "Direct to DVD"

These articulated abominations should be banned from Canada

the real reason why home servers failed is because the broadband ISPs blocked port 80 and 443

Just LOOK at this onion 60cm long and all plant and no bulb.

LOOKIT!

IT'S BEEN Show more

here's a neat bit of kit on ebay currently

It's the result of a 1984 collaboration between British Telecom, ICL and Sinclair Research, and a lot of its hardware is based on the much unloved Sinclair QL

ebay.co.uk/itm/ICL-OPD-One-Per

@msh Not animal-related, but I like:

smusi.ch which is an instance by and for musicians

sunbeam.city which is a solarpunk co-operative instance

Happy everyone! Let's wander around the small sites of the fediverse!

"Animal edition"

freedom.horse by @ElfLord where the horses roam and sh!t(post) free!

birb.site by @minego where good birbs and their friends hang out!

banana.dog by @debugninja funny doggos--woof woof bark!

What are your favourite places?

tech, firefox, privacy maybe Show more