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utopian future in the 1980s: flying cars
utopian future in the 2020s: no cars

The Australian Federal Government is ramping back up "Robodebt" — speculative defrauding of people on welfare. FraudStop provides assistance to people targetted by the programme: fraudstop.com.au

If you can afford to chip in to support FraudStop, please do: getup.to/nmJ2wH7O9UL8zsA

IPCC finally starting to take on the third horseman of the climate change apocalypse: Food production. And in particular, meat: “Among the measures put forward by the report is the proposal of a major shift towards vegetarian and vegan diets”.

theguardian.com/environment/20

does anyone have stories of successful (or what you learned from unsuccessful) civil disobedience to create safer bike/pedestrian routes? Unauthorized painting, human chains, etc... We're brainstorming. #bike #velopunk #bikeshop #cycling

i used to be really into having the newest computer gadget. now i use refurbished hardware. it's so much cheaper. it lasts. it reduces landfill waste. it's great, and i don't really feel like i am missing out on much tech-wise.

here are some tips if you need tech stuff but don't want to spend a lot of money, support horrible companies, and such (1/n)

LAS GNOME is evolving! Thanks to growing interest, we’ve decided to co-host LAS with @kde , and have changed our name to Linux App Summit.

Visit (link: linuxappsummit.org) linuxappsummit.org for more info.

#linuxappsummit

A feature I'd really like to see in a #fediverse client is tracking boosts so that I see them one and only one time. I won't implement it in #brutaldon because I don't want to store any user data besides an auth token. But it would be great to have in an Android or desktop app.

If you're not in favour of universal and unconditional:

🍍 Housing
🍍 Drinkable water
🍍 Food
🍍 Medical care
🍍 Income

If it's your considered belief that some people literally deserve to die of starvation or exposure or something because they aren't good enough at *making money*:

You're a monster, please un-follow me

Entering comments on the command line to make shell history more searchable, ftw.

Two things fedi is very good at: Making me want to play Zelda again and making me want to find a kitteh to make friends with.

ftw you forget to switch tx and rx between your ftdi and your uart...

@mjog Geary is really a pleasure to use these days – great work.

Alright, just posted a write-up about the paradox of tolerance. This one will be visible on planet.gnome.org, so there will definitely be some discussion about it.

https://blogs.gnome.org/christopherdavis/2019/07/21/the-paradox-of-tolerance/

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