@62 cool. For even faster JavaScript, don't use JavaScript.

@conservancy I sometimes dream of an app market, fully Librè, with subscription access supporting development on all apps and, of course, the market itself. Is that a model you've heard discussed before?

@uxintro @ChrisWere ah! As an exercise bordering on masochism, it makes sense!

@uxintro @ChrisWere why on Earth would you do this? I hand coded a simple site for years. It was a waste of time.

@jlamasfripp aye there's the rub. For in this sleep of REST what mails may come, must give us pause.

@XuZiShun they can also be manipulated a little too easily most of the time.

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@travisfw The ability to set some toots as private is a nice upgrade from Twitter's "everything is always public" thing.

@jhthenerd well congrats, but what kind of control are you looking for?

yesterday I found myself quacking for a surveillance van toy for my toddler. (no results.) treehouses and cars are boring. how about stimulating parents' imaginations for co-play?

I am not a fan of the columnar mastodon web interface. Would like a url for just federated timeline, for instance.

@news@fed.ubos.net I'm seeing:
"503 Remote SSL certificate could not be verified"
when I type in your handle in the mastodon.technology search box

@neekz0r @danielhglus I'm sure you could, and I'd gladly learn. Anyhow, xkcd is right, those colleagues may not deserve shaming, but whoever wrote the curriculum they learned from definitely does.

@danielhglus if they're in tech they deserve a little shaming. If not, they may not deserve it, but shame them anyway.

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Futuristic office composed of a typewriter, television screens, a video recorder and a photocopier, Germany 1969 wilwheaton.tumblr.com/post/186

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#dwebcamp morning after.

Apparently the revolution will be powered by tea.

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This Mastodon instance is for people interested in technology. Discussions aren't limited to technology, because tech folks shouldn't be limited to technology either! We adhere to an adapted version of the TootCat Code of Conduct and have documented a list of blocked instances. Ash is the admin and is supported by Fuzzface, Brian!, and Daniel Glus as moderators. Hosting costs are largely covered by our generous supporters on Patreon – thanks for all the help!