> The [Apple Computer] garage is a bit of a myth. We did no designs there, no breadboarding, no prototyping, no planning of products. We did no manufacturing there.
> The work was being done—soldering things together, putting the chips together, designing them, drawing them on drafting tables—at my cubicle at Hewlett-Packard in Cupertino. That was an incredible time. It let me do a lot of side projects - Steve Wozniak

The Apple I computer was "slacking off at work" in action. Just imagine doing this today, good luck on not getting your copyright claimed by the company. #retrocomputing #apple

@pdk @Johncdvorak meanwhile, human fetuses are ripped out of uterus’s everyday and people don’t blink an eye.

Do you know that Coding Analysis Toolkit (CAT) is discontinued and needs a new developer?

Sharing may help this unmaintained software to find a new maintainer.


CAT is a 14 years old qualitative data analysis software praised by many and is free software licensed under GNU GPL but is now unfortunately decommissioned by its developer.

See also: web.archive.org/web/2020092200 (archived).

#DataAnalysis #GPL #Contribute

My Kickstarter is only $1300 from making me do more work? :flan_nooo:

Fortunately, nobody wants to know how cliffhangers are a key strategy to unputdownable books, and will both drag people through your work and make them buy your next book.

So I'm safe. I'm sure. 😅


In 14th century England, an unskilled laborer made:
>480 pence a year
>worked 1620 hours yearly
>0.2963 pence/hour
>ale cost 0.75 - 1.5 pence/gallon

In Alberta:
>$24300 a year, provided
>1620 hours yearly
>$15/hour (minimum wage)
>beer costs $45.42 - $86.03 CAD (domestic & imported)

So, before accounting for taxes, you could get 320 - 640 gallons of ale/year then, or 282 - 535 gallons of beer now.

Very rough/crappy comparison but still, nice to know our purchasing power is worse than medieval peasants.

This holiday season, if you're going to buy friends and family presents, consider skipping Amazon and supporting some of your friendly, independent fedi artists instead!

Grab a beautiful calendar from @sylvia_ritter , a sublime in drawing print from @lila_bliblu an absurdist cult membership from @onan or one of thousands of great pieces of art from tags like #fediart or #mastoart.

Artists (of all descriptions) please post links to where people can buy your stuff in a reply!

Please boost!

"No matter the rating, you'll always have the option to run whatever you want on Steam Deck. After all, it's your Deck".

Need I say more?


Irgendwie schräg, dass die ihre Produkte halt sogar genauso nennen wie in den Dystopien, aus denen sie gefallen zu sein scheinen.

(Screamers als Verfilmung von Second Variety)

RT @[email protected]

so those cute videos of the dancing robots being manufactured PR was one hundred percent correct, yeah? because here's one of those 'cute' robots with a fucking sniper rifle on it

please don't fall for the cute robot PR videos, they are literal military propaganda

🐦🔗: twitter.com/ithayla/status/144

If someone asks you to explain the gap in your resume, just say "I can't answer that without violating an NDA."

It's a really cool way to tell them to fuck off. They don't have to know that the NDA was issued by you to you, and signed by you on behalf of you.

All browser prompts need a "Lie" function in addition to Allow and Block.

<Website> wants to:
* Know your location
* Use your camera
[ Allow ] [ Block ] [ Lie ]

Studying international shipping for book sponsorships, patrons, and #kickstarter backers.

Seems USPS International Flat Rate Shipping Envelopes is the way for single books, and it's about $40 for most of the world.

Folks who do shipping: is this where I should be looking? Or am I on a wholly wrong track?


Are there any peertube instances of content friendly to / aimed toward kids?

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