Spring's here: birds sing, pandemic rages. Time to update the #introduction.
The world may end, but until it does I’m going to continue as if everything matters.
Watch how this NYT view-from-nowhere tweet rebalances the burden of blame on to Native American activists
So here's a question: How do we educate Twitter users that inevitably say "Well I logged onto the Fediverse and didn't find anything interesting!" because there's no evil algorithm mindlessly pushing them towards whichever content it deems more profitable?
Me just saying "Yes you have to actually go LOOK for interesting content. Follow people with things that interest you in their profiles. Start conversations. It's WORTH it!" hasn't worked very well thus far.
I wrote a note:
Fred Brooks was right
@randomgeek I feel like Java™ should be the last line in a Burma Shave ad here.
It's amazing to me how many things in NodeJS were just defined by convention (e.g. the "browser" member in package.json or "dist" folders) and now it's all starting to get kind of formalized.
The downside is that we're trending toward gigantic config files that are so complicated you probably need a tool like https://github.com/pikapkg/pack to just build it for you. I.e. my greatest fear is NodeJS is just becoming Java 😂
Not tall. Occasionally crafty geek in Seattle. he/him
A bunch of technomancers in the fediverse. Keep it fairly clean please. This arcology is for all who wash up upon it's digital shore.