BBS that is P2P with encryption?
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hello! I think it was two weeks ago that I shared this fundraiser for covering chemotherapy for a disabled person's dog. the therapy has started and it looks like the dog is responding well to it, yay!
the funds for the first round are covered, also yay!
but money is still needed to continue the therapy so I'm resharing the link to the fundraising website. thanks everyone!
dunsmore apples, painted by ellen isham schutt, 1912
Tomorrow, I think I'm going to read about John Dillinger, Al Capone, and George Nelson instead of worrying about my work situation going forward.
I am baaaaack. *trumpets sounding*
Jk, I'm quite low key. 'Sup
tfw you accidentally deploy a totally untested optimization & have to test it in prod & it not only still works, but is now fast
The cryptocurrency market has gained $4 billion in the last few hours. Maybe I should read the news?
I am now using Manjaro Linux. Pacman is pretty cool. I am using Manjaro/Cinnamon.
I am now a Linux Admin for Cirrus Labs. They will be training me for 6 months, and getting me certified to work with Red Hat Cloudforms and other Red Hat-related technologies.
Sounds like a good gig.
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"One of the amazing and terrible things about the x86 architecture is that it’s maintained backwards compatibility throughout the years. This has been a competitive advantage, but it’s also meant that the boot process is largely a pile of hacks. Each time a new iteration comes out, a new step gets added to the process. That’s right, when your fancy new computer starts up, it thinks it’s an 8086 from 1976."
I just spoke with Steve Klabnik for like, 5 minutes, on IRC.
So that was kind of cool?
Also, if you have not heard of Redox OS, I implore you to check it out.
It's a microkernel-based operating system written in Rust, that is MOSTLY POSIX-compliant.
It was originally written to be a server station, but is now also focusing on robustness as a stand-alone station fully supporting its own desktop environment.
It's pretty cool.