Wenn ihr _eine_ Augenbraue skeptisch nach oben zieht, könnt ihr das mit:

Back in the day of Twitter's beginnings, you would see *everything* your friends posted directly in your timeline. That included replies to people you weren't following. Of course this doesn't scale, but it was an awesome way to find new, interesting people and also gave you a better idea on what your friends are interested in... I wish there was an option for that behaviour in

You know it's a , when you enter your home office and discover that the walls are full of tiny baby spiders. 🕷️

I mentioned how hard it is to find IPA at the stores here in Berlin suburbia and my friend @mrgnrdrck@twitter.com sent me this: 😍 🍻

Do you want to work on free and open source software as a full-time job? People ask me all the time how to find companies who might hire you for this, and I share this command line snippet:

git log -n100000 --format="%ae" | cut -d@ -f2 | sort -u | less

This will produce a list of email domains who are committing in a given git repo, which often corresponds pretty closely with the list of companies willing to hire you to work on that project and others like it.

now assuming I got my soup.io backup done in time. what then? where/how do you host years of collected memes, pics, nsfw material with dubious copyright status?

so soup.io is going down soon and everyone is trying to save their precious memories by hammering soup's potato server. who would have thought that this would happen if you tell 6 mio users that their thing is going away in 10 days.

I blogged: itch.io Bundle for Racial Justice and Equality Game Reviews Part 3 ift.tt/3fpcj4p

I want to write small tool which will use a few 3rd party modules. I will want to split my code in maybe a handful of short files. Can someone point me to a real example of that size for recommended dir layout?

What's with 's spam filter this evening? I'm receiving an unusual amount of spam in my inbox tonight

I blogged: itch.io Bundle for Racial Justice and Equality Game Reviews Part 2 ift.tt/3iceV7y

workshop achievement: chisel sharpening. I gave the only chisel I own a new edge. My dad gave it to me when I was about 6 or 7 I believe. It has never been sharpened since then. still not razor sharp, but should work a lot better now.

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