Where I take a look at the idea of permacomputing, a movement for sustainable/resilient computing that is not motivated by eternal growth mindset, and let myself dream, just a little bit.
Cory Doctorow published an end-of-year retrospective in his blog, where he put links from 20, 15, 10, 5 and 1 year ago, from between December 24th and January 7th. Actually, he puts these back links in every post he writes (which is really cool). But the longer time period of the retrospective post makes it […]
Recently there has been a small subculture about reviving the 90ies style of the web, specially in places such as “neocities” (a geocities revival project). Today I learned about the glorious CASTLE CYBERSKULL, which takes this idea and runs with it: The above picture does not do justice to the GIF-crazy glory of CASTLE CYBERSKULL. […]
Scholar.social is a Mastodon instance that I joined in April, 2022. The goal of the instance is to serve as a social hub for scholars, researchers and scientists of all kind to connect to each other, and talk to their work and their research. It has been really nice to be a part of scholar.social […]
Today I watched a conversation between game streamers “Jorbs” and “DirtyRobot” about streaming as a career, relationship with the audience, and mental health. (Note, the video is super long (over 2 hours!) and I don’t really recommend that you watch it, unless you’re SUPER interested in these topics. Anyway, a lot of what they were […]