Quite a bit more :github: activity since lockdown here in Italy 🇮🇹...

read in March

Ray Bradbury:
Farenheit 451

Aldous Huxley:
Brave New World

Jonathan Swift:
Gulliver's Travels

Bram Stoker:
Dracula

Multiple businesses around the world: “Regrettably you must work from home for several weeks”. Remote-workers, “Um, way ahead of you…” Introverts: “Woo-hoo!!!” Note how few complaints there are...

Things Covid has proven:

1. The job you were told couldn't be done remotely can be done remotely

2. Many disabled workers could have been working from home, but corporations just didn't want them to.

3. Internet is a utility, not a luxury.

4. Universal healthcare is a necessity.

The world is full of awesome stuff!

...oh, and stuff that isn't awesome

I could stay in this evening and do some coding - or go out and catch coronavirus... 🤔

Hard at work bringing my somewhat neglected up to scratch.

It's been a while now (2018!) since I last worked on it.

Starting now with an updated interface...

read in February:

J.R.R. Tolkien:
The Hobbit

Oscar Wilde:
The Picture of Dorian Grey

Mary Shelley:
Frankenstein

A.C Doyle:
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes
The Return of Sherlock Holmes
His Last Bow

H.G. Wells
War of the Worlds
The first men in the Moon

Important command for users of homebrew:

brew analytics off

Some Bossa Nova from way back...
Wish I had an Electric Piano to play that part... :)

midwinter-dg.com/music/primave

I wanted to know excactly what boosting a toot does. So I left cozy little fosstodon, dared to go into the Weird Wide Web, and searched "mastodon boost" with DDG. And the winner is, on the first place, before all others, ...

kevq.uk/how-does-mastodon-work

some higher power seems to wish to lead me home :)
@kev

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