Fun #CurseOfStrahd session tonight, ending with a surprise visit from the titular vampire. He seems nice!
oof, watch this Jeopardy clip
I keep thinking about this:
"I tend to think that most fears about A.I. are best understood as fears about capitalism. And I think that this is actually true of most fears of technology, too. Most of our fears or anxieties about technology are best understood as fears or anxiety about how capitalism will use technology against us. And technology and capitalism have been so closely intertwined that it’s hard to distinguish the two."
useful zsh trick
Today I learned about "ctrl+q". This command is known as "parking" and what it does is takes the command you are typing, stashes it elsewhere and clears your command line, then after you execute your next command, retrieves it and fills your prompt.
So for example if I'm typing a git command and realized I need to `git diff` first, I can ctrl+q to "park" the command, type the diff, and then immediately get back to my original parked command
now offers access to the Wall Street Journal, in addition to the New York Times: https://aadl.org/wsj
I've released my ambient album on Bandcamp. All proceeds go to the Clean Air Task Force. And today (April 2nd) there is no Bandcamp fee.
"At the most literal level, this is a collection of ambient music. Nine songs; slow, unfolding chordal motifs. But it's also something more...
An overused adjective to describe ambient music is "glacial." Instead of running from this label, I used it as inspiration. The result is an album that reflects my concern for our changing..."
I will attend any post-pandemic Mastodon work-together days y'all want to host.
Free as in piano • The reality of free software; it's often a lot of work to get any value out of it https://twitter.com/leahvelleman/status/1377829865504833536 #linkblog #freesoftwarefunnyopensourcecodeengineeringtootme
"when the suburbs are retrofitted, they can take on an astonishing array of modern issues: car dependency, public health, supporting aging people, helping people compete for jobs, creating water and energy resilience, and helping with social equity and justice."
"It's pretty interesting how the desires of both the younger millennials, Gen Z, and a lot of those aging boomers are converging on an interest in more walkable, mixed-use, compact urban places out in the burbs."
Maybe old hat to a lot of folks on this instance but good to read and share: https://www.vice.com/en/article/y3gx5b/the-people-the-suburbs-were-built-for-are-gone
@ablyler I can't find your toot about CVS appointments in A2/Ypsi, but I wanted to let you know that it led to at least 1 Workantiler's kid getting vaccinated.
Here's a fun tool to mess around with COVID-19 vaccine statistics: https://cdc-vaccination-history.datasette.io/cdc/daily_reports?_sort=id&Location__exact=MI#g.mark=line&g.x_column=Date&g.x_type=ordinal&g.y_column=Series_Complete_18PlusPop_Pct&g.y_type=quantitative
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