An ever-changing list of books I want to read, those I'm currently reading and those I've already read, starting from this year:
In case anyone else was wondering: Toxic 100 Air Polluters Index (2018 report, based on 2015 data)
These seem to be the corporations fucking the planet over for a few extra million dollars.
Moved to -> @jere
I'll continue to use this account, but not as often; you might want to follow that one too.
Nice soundtrack for working
A Salute to Solo Programmers: https://mondaynote.com/a-salute-to-solo-programmers-18b3cb37ead9
"There is bloat, and there is hope."
An article about bloat in software, and how less CAN be better. Extremely Apple oriented, but it raises a valid point and it inspired me to try to have an impact with what I create.
I tried to write some stuff the other day, trying to go back to a kind of free poetry/stream of consciousness that I used to write when I was going through some dark-ish patches of life, and after re-reading the pieces a moment ago it surprised me how shallow they feel.
How does one reach that interior place where our true feelings lay? I've tried the "write write write" advice that everyone gives, but I just ended up producing the same meaningless crap in bigger quantities.
I guess I'm lacking in self-discovery. But I'm a bit scared of what I might (or actually what I might not) find within myself.
Toxic masculinity. Does that mean all masculinity is bad? No! Not at all.
This comic explains it fairly well. The term Toxic Masculinity is from Social Sciences, to help explain certain problems in the current image of Masculinity, which hurts both men and women.
Meditations and work log. Polymath wannabe in the era of specialization.
Sunbeam City is a Libertarian Socialist solarpunk instance. It is ran democratically by a cooperative of like-minded individuals.