A podcast by three Linux users (@thaj, @x1101 , and @pokey) that met through the Hacker Public Radio podcast community decided that the whole world needed to hear the contents of our brains. So we hang out, record and release it as a podcast under a Free Culture license. It is exactly what it says on the tin "Your UNLIMITED source of medium quality randomness". Check us out at https://urandom-podcast.info
@klaatu if you're digging into SciFi on C&C, I'd love to hear you give Burroughs Mars series the kind of treatment you game to Conan and Lovecraft.
@belghast new home?
@johnnynull hey stranger
Never forget: most of us have been poisoned by a toxic educational system that teaches us systematically that failing at a task or not knowing a correct answer is shameful.
There is no inherent shame in failure, in not knowing, or in being wrong, and we shouldn't actively shame others for it.
Get back up, learn something new, and try again.
That you're celebrating 90 years since your first motion picture debut means you're well past your public domain bedtime you fucking rat.
But because your handlers can't stand the thought of giving you up to the rest of the world means we'll probably have to suffer another 90 years without anything going into the public domain, least of all the stuff that you stole from it.
Fuck you, Mickey. Fuck you.
@jonkulp Dr Kulp, good to see ya!
~1 million Creative Commons images on 500px.com are dissapearing tomorrow!
If you have the resources please install the Archiveteam's Warrior program and select the 500px project! https://www.archiveteam.org/index.php?title=ArchiveTeam_Warrior
irc is #500pieces on efnet
thank you (boosts very appreciated)
A 3-Part Audio Novella
So I had "Motherload" up on Youtube for a while, but it looks like they pulled it down because it wasn't monetized.
I now have it up on Peertube, so please have a listen!
@klaatu re: nmcli, you should check out connman. Its another minimal client/server network infrastructure. I switched to it after wicd stopped being updated on my xfce/arch systems
@klaatu I've realized what I love the most about open tools.
You and I are about as close to total disagreement about "optimal toolset" as its possible to be on a Linux System. Yet, you having yours and me having mine don't conflict at all.
I can have vim on arch with a package manager and updates and spotify, and you can have emacs on slack with slackbuilds
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