Fvwm with a gnome-panel.
Ethical design isn’t about trying to reform billion-dollar corporations like Google and Facebook that have fundamentally unethical business models, it’s about designing organisations with ethical business models that, therefore, can create ethical products and services.
Aaand no, Stockholm's landsting has told everyone to ration it for people in the official risk groups.
Well, yes, trying a few rightnow. First one had run out. But there is one more nearby with drop-in times available tgis afternoon.
At least for the pharmacy drop-ins, haven't checked proper clinics yet.
Seems so, sample points in Umeå and Stockholm now.
Dear web x.0 (I lost count) websites,
the fact that you geolocated my IP address as registered in a certain country does not mean that I speak that country's language. I have configured my browser to send to you the list of languages I speak (in order of preference) in every fucking request, so kindly please use that.
Kobo Forma is looking good, I think I will pick it up one soon (tm)
though I think that article has an inaccuracy, there is a 32GB model, at least in Canada
I wrote this in an online meeting at work today, and thought I'd inflict on the fediverse. The topic is striving for excellence.
I've learnt through bitter experience that it's rarely possible to fix
all problems at once. What works, in my experience, is frequent small
improvements. The trick is to have a vision of where one wants to end
up in, and every day find the next step towards that. And it's OK for
the vision to also change. This applies to life as well as software
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