If you don't have a record player, you can always simulate one in 3D, I suppose?
Sooner or later I'll implement WebMention on my blog. Seems fairly easy to do: https://christine.website/blog/webmention-support-2020-12-02
The German Government's new #COVID19 campaign is very clever and, dare I say it, funny.
(In case you missedit, read the image caption)
My worry though is that the benefits of interoperability are starting to fade from the cultural memory. Nobody remembers anymore how cool it was that you could use Pidgin to talk to friends on MSN, AIM, Gchat, and Facebook all at once. The more that memory fades, the more abstract it gets to talk about the benefits of interoperability.
The biggest 6502 you've ever seen: https://monster6502.com/
Having a look at the videos from the virtual FOSS North conference: https://conf.tube/accounts/foss_north/video-channels #foss #video
"Monetisation models and user hostility"
The Amazon.se translations are gloriously machine translated, and terribly amusing. I haven't seen this many rude words on a website in decades, I think. #amazon
The web standards are far too complicated, it's practically impossible to write a browser today. I'm starting to agree with Drew that it's time to move on to something new.
Sometimes I write code. Sometimes I do other things.
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