On my mind today.
I'm getting started developing a resource about the harms of tech, and I need feedback from a few technology creators, researchers, journalists, or concerned people. Would you be willing to email your answers to 10 questions? Let me know! Send me an email address that works for you, and I'll send more info!
"The act of focusing our mightiest intellectual resources on the elusive goal of goto-less programs has helped us get our minds off all those really tough and possibly unresolvable problems and issues with which today's professional programmer would otherwise have to grapple." - John R. Brown, January 1974
Re: Microsoft acquires inXile Entertainment
"Okay. No big deal, though I should really get around to playing Wasteland 3."
Re: Microsoft acquires Obsidian Entertainment
An interesting read, especially when compared to previous versions of the Apple HIG:
Chico huh? Can feel the smoke down here in Sunnyvale tonight. #campfire
Nice use of novelty url. http://haunted.pizza
Why Kodak Died and Fujifilm Thrived: A Tale of Two Film Companies
@pauloppenheim How's the ML One?
Robot Odyssey menu graphics file format reverse engineering, High level emulation goals https://diode.zone/videos/watch/c2a99948-114c-4fa6-9874-b9dabec7944a
New git merge tool from the makers of Sublime Text:
I'm a big fan of Kaleidoscope, but I'll probably give this a shot to see how it compares.
Perhaps the single most revolutionary idea in social media right now is discarding the assumption that people will communicate in good faith and plan for people with negative intentions.
Being able to assume good intent is not a generalized view point but one that comes from a very specific place of privilege and access.
Shifting away from this perspective would be a significant step forward in improving the quality and safety of online interactions.
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