The Wulver is a wearwolf like creature from Scotland. It was said to have the body of a man and the head of a wolf.
Unlike werewolves it was reportedly quite a caring creature and would leave fresh fish on the window ledge of poor people to ensure they had enough to eat.
All my music is now Pay What You Want.
I have this theory that Monetizing My Hobby™️ has sucked all the joy out of it. It changed my mindset from "here's a thing I made, pay if you want" to "here's a thing I made, please pay me for it."
This hasn't worked for me. It doesn't get me the tools I need, and I can't make what I want in that mindset with my current tools. We'll see what happens.
"The emerging science of ritual – a new look on an ancient behavior"
“Most people know about fight, flight, and freeze — but another trauma response, “fawn,” is at the core of what people-pleasing is actually about.
To avoid conflict, negative emotions, and re-traumatization, people who “fawn” when triggered will go out of their way to mirror someone’s opinions and appease them in order to deescalate situations or potential issues.”
"Making art with products that are outside of capitalistic cycles."
#newYearResolution: be less outraged.
Not as in "ignore all the terrible shit that's going down", but to get myself into a position where I'm comfortable that I'm doing the best I can, sustainably and effectively.
I want my rage to help me focus and spur me on, not to depress or overwhelm.
And I wish the same for you, because there's a lot to do 🖤
One software freedom that Stallman does not mention is the freedom *not* to use the program because you dislike or don't want it for some reason
Free software tends to be flexible, have clear boundaries, split responsibilities, and replaceable components, thanks in part to openly defined protocols and formats
Proprietary software tends to want to lock you in into their freaking ecosystem, and even if they adopt an open standard, it's a part of an E-E-E strategy
"The Anti-Solar Panel – A Device That Generates Electricity From Darkness"
Queer Londoner, pagan, solarpunk. Author of solarpunkdruid.com
Sunbeam City is a Libertarian Socialist solarpunk instance. It is ran democratically by a cooperative of like-minded individuals.