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Do you think we should invite the good folks over at #Neocities to join us here on Mastodon?

Quite a few people really enjoy Neocities (myself included) so it might be nice if they knew they had a little fanbase here.

Doing a pentest or want to grab some domain/IP address information?

Why not try `eyes`.

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dunsmore apples, painted by ellen isham schutt, 1912

I was asked to give a talk at work for our monthly meeting. The talk is on _getting started_ in crypto investing. I wrote a supplemental guide.

Hey, you may want to read it.

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trying to lose 40 pounds over the next month.
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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

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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.