This looks like a cool project.
"The Open Book aims to be a simple device that anyone with a soldering iron can build for themselves. The Open Book should be comprehensible: the reader should be able to look at it and understand, at least in broad strokes, how it works. It should be extensible, so that a reader with different needs can write code and add accessories that make the book work for them."
big day for the labor movement! Kickstarter workers are finally voting on whether to unionize. If the union wins, it will be the first at a big tech company in the US. I'll be writing about the election results, but here's some context for now https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/9ken8v/kickstarter-workers-just-asked-for-union-recognition-despite-pushback-from-ceo
1930s SF aerial photo • Great picture from before the bridges https://eastbayyesterday.com/up-in-the-clouds-back-in-time/ #linkblog #sfsanfranciscobayareaphotographyhistoryvia:reddittootme
“In every artist’s depiction of a meteor that caused the extinction of the dinosaurs, there’s always one T-Rex looking up at it like “That can’t be good.” https://mitchwagner.tumblr.com/post/190399600757/in-every-artists-depiction-of-a-meteor-that
a rare example of an article that makes its topic *harder* to understand (because the author is very confused) https://www.thirtythreeforty.net/posts/2020/01/the-wave-particle-duality-of-git-commits/
scary article on how bad outsourcing has gotten at telcos and how badly this has affected their competence and security https://berthub.eu/articles/posts/5g-elephant-in-the-room/
why do big companies still do this? https://mastodon.technology/media/7CzGX-2fItGLFvOL4Og
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