This book was the Reading Club assignment for May 2018. Lately, I felt the urge to read fiction again, after a long time focused on tech and non-fiction. I was also looking to widen my perspectives and stay away from sci-fi for a bit. I found an English Reading Club ran by the neighborhood public […]
These farmers can’t repair the equipment they own because the manufacturer doesn’t sell them the necessary tools to configure the software that controls the pieces. They’re trapped into a monopoly. In response, they’ve become activists for their Right to Repair. But this is a wider issue than a John Deere monopoly in the agricultural business, […]
My parents in law got me an evergreen bonsai for Christmas, a Ficus Retusa. It’s not until recently that I’ve got interested in the idea of growing a plant. I find fascinating that you can mold a living being to your liking, within certain constraints. Every branch contains a possibility, and you’ve got to decide […]
These apps are just little icons on my desktop bar. I don’t even have Bluetooth enabled. The amount of memory they consume is a luxury.
This combination of Zeal and Atom (with the dash package) seems to just work, and help you set up a seamless offline docs experience.
I’ve just learned that Ursula K. Le Guin is no longer with us. She left multiple worlds for us to play with and learn from. Two of them –The Left Hand of Darkness, and The Dispossessed– are my goto guides when it comes to imagining societies that take into account the role of self-management, genre, […]
Input lag: 1977-2017 is an essay about the time it takes several computers to display a character from a keypress. A lot of newer computers take 3 to 5 times more than 30 to 40 years old computers.