the most popular language used by programmers is profanity

Tweeted. No content guarantees. 

Lemme just say... this is now in the itching phase. Augh!

Show thread

Tweeted. No content guarantees. 

@mindspillage Also valid. And roughly how my partner is approaching the day.

Tweeted. No content guarantees. 

I didn't set out to do anything special today for a meal, because "Not American" but I am pretty pleased with what I whipped up.

Tweeted. No content guarantees. 

Hey, Seattle, where in town can I buy waterproof film dressings in larger sizes? I need 4x10 (really, 4x12, but I'm realistic) and I would prefer local.

Tweeted. No content guarantees. 

I would love to pay for @ngrokHQ but I just simply cannot justify the cost of it at the $20/month price point; at that price it would be the most expensive development tool I use, and I only need it once every few months.

Tweeted. No content guarantees. 

I don't have a picture, but tonight I made a delicious variation of a drink I learned from @tammystastings . A Dread Pirate Roberto

1oz each of Campari, Amaro Averna, and Vida mescal. A sprinkle of kosher salt to finish. I skipped the toasted orange expression.

πŸ‘ŒπŸ»

Tweeted. No content guarantees. 

Best of luck to Epic in their bullshit process.
---
RT @geerlingguy
lol for one of my projects, an employee at @EpicGames emailed me this questionnaire with over 100 questions and wants me to fill it out so *they* can use my freely available open source software.

No.
twitter.com/geerlingguy/status

Tweeted. No content guarantees. 

I think no matter where you sit on progressive issues and the challenges of organizing for political aims, some of this article will land for you and some will bother you... but it's worth finishing out.

Show thread

Tweeted. No content guarantees. 

How incredibly condescending. On a booking site that requires you choose a title (which is bullshit on it's own) to explicitly tie title to gender is already offensive as fuck. To respond this way, AND fail to fix it for three years...
---
RT @British_Airways
@GreenLee_Anne Hi there. I've heard back from our technical team who've said: We know how important it is for all of our customers to feel comfortable and welcome no matter ho…
twitter.com/British_Airways/st

Tweeted. No content guarantees. 

I'm only partway into this but there are some excellent insights on the reality of remote work and how it intersects w/ social justice. Props to @timbray for the link.

theintercept.com/2022/06/13/pr

Tweeted. No content guarantees. 

It's been a long time since I was anxiously awaiting an email.

Tweeted. No content guarantees. 

Hey, did you know the Ballard Bridge's sidewalks are dangerously narrow with rough concrete barriers between them and the road?

I do.

cw: road rash

Tweeted. No content guarantees. 

My hot take of the day: I will miss the Touch Bar when I get a new Mac. I want both: physical function keys _and_ application-controlled custom controls.

Tweeted. No content guarantees. 

Hey, @judy2k, I've got a mug for you.

Tweeted. No content guarantees. 

If you build any kind of service for users, read @evacide's guide to protecting the human rights of your users post-Roe (and post-so-many-other-things): eff.org/deeplinks/2022/05/what

Tweeted. No content guarantees. 

I got nothin.

Tweeted. No content guarantees. 

It's amazing how much wear one of these @GeeksWScissors wallets can take before they need to be replaced... but it was at last time. From Italy to Ireland with a pandemic in between.

Show older
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.