If you are anywhere near the Metropolitan Museum of Art and have even the slightest interest in mechanism or machining, haul ass to see this show:
Mozilla just laid off 70 fantastic people. If you can help them - open positions, offering helpful conversations and references, anything else - please say so.
Use #MozillaLifeboat as an umbrella tag for easy finding. (It's already flowing on the birdsite.)
If you've been affected, I'm happy to chat directly. Also have some open positions (see rest of this thread). But doesn't have to be today - take time to recover if you can.
Most of all: thank you folks for making the web better.
I posted more details here, also check the post I quoted (follow link back to original post) in this thread:
OSHW calculator for students: https://www.numworks.com/why/
code and notes for the SFPC Code Societies workshop that I wrapped up last night, entitled "Computational exploration of magical and divinatory language" https://github.com/aparrish/comexmadivla including automated random word squares, magic words through noise applied to phonetic hidden states, oracle card vectorization, tarot t-SNE, etc.
Thanks to the magic of the internet I can relive the exact blip festival set that gave me tintinitus
Ran into an old friend today, @th
Hardware, hackerspaces, retrocomputing, sketching and occasional weird tasks. Personal toots @phooky
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