I love this podcast episode. Especially around 37 minutes in
Jack Kornfield - Duncan Trussell Family Hour
Jack Kornfield is a bestselling American author and teacher in the vipassana movement in American Theravada Buddhism. This episode is a wonderful palate cleanser if you've been drinking too much news.
“Google exposed data for hundreds of thousands of users.
The company also didn’t tell users about the exposure.”
G+ is being sunsetted because it costs too much to secure it https://www.engadget.com/2018/10/08/google-reportedly-exposed-data-for-hundreds-of-thousands-of-user/
I would definitely rather have a crown put on a tooth than to make a powerpoint presentation.
my boss told me our team will be allowed to unionize if this gets more than 40 boosts
My goofy school workflow Show more
Homework is done by using open source software. Papers are written in LaTeX using gvim. Zotero is used for citations. Zotero's data lives in my zfs dataset and snapshots are send and received via ssh between work and home computer.
This is how people do their homework, right?
So #fediverse, is there a convenient way to add people to lists when you see them while you're scrolling through your feed? (I'm using mastalab) I'm trying to organize my people a little so I can start doing things like make suggestions on #FollowFriday and keep slightly better tabs on some of the people I follow who don't post as frequently. I'm not great at remembering people's handles enough to type them in myself when I'm trying to make a list.
Oh man, nothing makes you not mind be awake at 3am like when your sick baby falls asleep on your chest.
Wait... it's not?
Trying KDE Neon Show more
Holy crap this system is gorgeous. I haven't seen a login screen like that since my last employer made me use a Mac.
The desktop itself is a joy to use. Adding a widget seems to be a drag-and-drop exercise, and they actually work.
Currently trying out their "discover" app store and updater. Pleased to see it makes good use of CPU and doesn't require a crazy amount of memory when it runs