Hi. I was @mikeburns because I wanted to try Mastodon and it was the only server.
I have been informed that there are more servers now.
#introductions #web #freeSoftware #accessibility #polyam #queeringTech #anarchy #goth #industrial #cyberpunk #plants #zines #openbsd #nyc #stockholm #boston #hiking #winterCamping #carepunk #infosec #ethicsInTech #consent #glitter
five years after mastodon ends i get a notification on discord 2. it's a pm from ponyboy_30000:
omg triz is that you? it's me, crublord69 from knzk! you totally called it, i'm trans and a brony now. anyway how's things?
i reply "haha hell yeah" and accept the friend request. i have no idea who they are. i close the chat window and yell out the screen door to my two terrible children, robitha and jeeeves, to come inside for dinner before the lava rains start. president reportoftheweek is on tv
the imagery was originally "good compiler design helps you slay the dragon of complexity", but folks seem to have realized that dragons are cool and good
food, climate change (+)
Sea grass is a huge carbon sink, more than tropical rain forests. It is a declining ecosystem, but one with huge potential. A Spanish chef has discovered that a type of sea grass has edible seeds, requires no freshwater and no fertilizer and has 50% more protein than rice and helps restore ecosystems. The Seri of Mexico also eat sea grass grain, but it's not a commonly used food item and hasn't been intentionally cultivated before.