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"Pigeons, to me, were always signs of hope..."

@artsyhonker has set my poem to music.

artsyhonker.net/pigeons/

medical, ranty, fatmisia, exercise Show more

Biomarker for chronic fatigue syndrome identified—Stanford scientists devised a blood-based test that accurately identified people with chronic fatigue syndrome, a new study reports by Hanae Armitage

med.stanford.edu/news/all-news

Early days yet, but great just to know there's work being done & hope for the future #CFS #ME #CFSME

Blog post idea for a productivity blog: The hidden power of sleeping enough.

Programmers:

We are people who are relentless about self-analysis. We challenge all accepted wisdom daily, throw out entire tool ecosystems weekly, brutally refactor our enterprise logic every month. All for one goal: maximum efficiency.

Also programmers:

It is perfectly normal and sane that the only workable way of sharing a text quotation on the Internet in 2019 should be to take a screenshot of it and post the JPEG.

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Hivemind! Send me your favourite public domain lullabies: tunes, or texts, or both.

It's For A Thing.

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Genie: You get one wish.
Me: I wish people would comment on blog posts on the actual website rather than the social media announcement/link to said blog post.
Genie: That's it?
Me: I am a simple person, I suppose.

i’ve always loved the idea of characters who have “odd jobs” or jobs that don’t get much mainstream attention. so often the protagonist is a filmmaker, an architect, a designer, a cop, a lawyer, a soldier, a nondescript office worker. why not stories about court reporters, video editors, wildlife control agents, personal shoppers, QA engineers, car parts specialists, street cleaners, light rail conductors, fruit pickers?

For librarians, academics, and those interested in the privacy of the research process, see: codyh.com/writing/tracking.htm

"I found that, on average, each publisher site had eighteen third-party assets being loaded on their article pages. The median was ten. One publisher platform, the only one I will name here today, had zero: InformPubsOnline. One platform had over 100. In total, I found 139 different third-party asset sources across these fifteen articles."

#privacy #publishing #libraries

Hello world, or, at least, hello Shop.

I'll get to an introduction post in a bit. One of my other instances is closing in May, so I've come here as well as joining a new music-related one, because this instance came highly recommended.

Wandering Shop

The Wandering Shop is a Mastodon instance initially geared for the science fiction and fantasy community but open to anyone. We want our 'local' timeline to have the feel of a coffee shop at a good convention: tables full of friendly conversation on a wide variety of topics. We welcome everyone who wants to participate, so long as you're willing to abide by our code of conduct.