It's been a fun year and a half, but I've decided to depart @librelounge https://dustycloud.org/blog/departing-libre-lounge/
I might continue podcasting on a different project; if so I will announce it here.
In the meanwhile, I look forward to tuning into LL as an audience member!
We've scheduled a planning meeting for ActivityPub Conference 2020 next Saturday (5/16/20) at noon EST . We’ll be connecting via mumble at: https://www.w3.org/wiki/SocialCG#Joining_the_meeting and on irc in #apconf on freenode
Er... it's actually at 7pm EST
"The Wisconsin Army National Guard has 100s of different job training opportunities to choose from, many within your field of study!"
... What job training opportunities do you have in Art History? Is this like a Monuments Men scenario?
@cwebber just found a jar of yeast in the refrigerator and we reacted like it was gold powder.
Here's a picture of me wearing the mask at my work station.
Due to the current shortage of PPE, our buddy Dan made a tutorial on how to make respirator-style face masks! (https://talldog.dozuki.com/Guide/How+to+make+a+respirator-style+face+mask/2)
I'm going through my stash of fabric and making masks to donate to people in our community. Most of the cotton fabric I have is quilting fabric, so they're coincidentally rather cute.
If you have need of a cat/dog shirt that stays put and is more comfortable than a cone of shame, here's the final pattern I ended up with (adjust to size). The front straps tie to the first two straps on the back so it's more like a racerback than a halter and harder for her to get her arms out of.
She also helped me tape it up thoroughly and cover all of the gaps because: "if people see what's in there they might steal it, now nobody will know ... well, I know ... but don't worry, I'm already stocked up"
The lady in line behind me told me she was also sending people toilet paper, so I guess this is where we are now.
Digital Humanities, Roman Material Culture, Textile History, Art History PhD Candidate, Free Software in Academia. Code weaver: Racket and Python.
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