@oppen I just saw the question on the Ariane homepage. Hadn't even noticed the large gemtext option. It's nice, but minding system settings will be better.
Because my previous toot had unexpected success (cw: tech talk): https://felix.plesoianu.ro/blog/tech-and-scale.html
The point is not to _remove the need for trust_ but to _develop mechanisms for demonstrating trust_.
Trust-less systems are not safe systems; trust-full systems are. So much of engineering effort is about navigating low/no trust systems; as opposed to developing systems that _generate_ trust.
The problem with problems: https://felix.plesoianu.ro/blog/the-problem-with-problems.html
Re-linking to this blog post from a couple of years back for, oh, no specific reason...
Free Software and Failed Ideals
Hmm, it's one of the posts I've already imported to my gemlog too...
To imply that every human interaction is a value transaction is to reduce the human experience to a spreadsheet.
Things autism research could be about:
- How does autism radar work?
- Do we have an easier time communucating with other autistics because our ways of communication are similar, or because we've all had to learn to accomodate the people we're talking to?
- What can be done to prevent and treat autistic burnout?
- What even *is* autistic burnout exactly?
- What effects does masking have on your mental health?
- What autistic traits are actually traits of autism, and which ones are trauma responses?
- How is a non-traumatized autistic brain work?
- How can we better accomodate autistic people?
What autism research is about:
- How do we make the autistic people stop existing?
New blog post, More Clocks than Time, inspired by having to change so many of them last night for the switch to DST.
Cross-posted to both web and gemini.
Remember when people used to think the robot police dogs in Fahrenheit 451 were kinda dumb? https://titleknown.tumblr.com/post/644239939529244672/no-disrespect-to-op-but-it-says-a-lot-about
Just a lonely orange cat watching the moon from the windowsill on a starry night.
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