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Hello! 你好! ¡Hola!

My name is :wide_j:
I am a cybre-gongfu artist.

Ready to all the :cybre_glitch: :psyduck:
I by building systems for the

Buddhist guy practicing , and ,
I also like drinking tea, playing go, enjoying art and nature.

Some of you I know already, and others I may :florp: your good content.
Feel free to stop by and say hi - challenge and debate -
If not, you're still great!

☮️ :cybre: ☯️

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Recent events have increased my fervor for free, open, decentralized, secure, privacy- and -aware solutions.

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14:56 on Sunday September 23rd, over French Guiana

Because of the unfortunate attitude against the free release of older operating systems, many developers resort to reverse engineering them (and then rewriting from scratch). Such as
Advanced Mac Substitute which emulates Classic Mac OS by an acquaintance of mine: Josh Juran. #digipres v68k.org/advanced-mac-substitu

Every system was put into place to solve a problem, and every system has flaws that create new problems.

When more time/energy is being spent solving problems created by the flaws in the system than is spent addressing the problem the system was meant to solve, the system needs to be replaced.

This holds true whether you are talking about SQL or capitalism.

@ajroach42 that is what I thought too. However, it has happened in the past:

blog.milkingthegnu.org/2008/05

The key thing to note is that GPL v2 code CAN be made non-GPL by the code author. GPL v3 and beyond, however, cannot be.

And the Linux kernel is GPL v2

I kind of want to start a company just so I can show people that it's possible to be successful with neither open floor plan offices nor always-on, synchronous communication systems.

together, we are strong! ✊️❤️✊️

The thing I am most excited about with the Librem Key is its integration with Heads to make detecting tampering easy. It's something that doesn't exist anywhere else and in this deep dive post I explain the technical details. #infosec puri.sm/posts/the-librem-key-m

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One of these days I'll organize all my images and files..... :blobsweats:

5AM: The only visible light is that of the compass.

I've been working on a book called "The Mediocre Programmer".

It's a book that was born out of the frustration I had when I was unemployed for the last part of 2016 through most of 2017. I had so many interviews and what-not that never panned out, and coding interviews that never turned into job offers. I felt for all the world like I was going to have to leave the field altogether because nobody wanted me, a mediocre programmer.

Picked up this little beauty for $40 CAD this morning. Complete with cassette drive, joystick, manual, and RF adapter. So happy to find this for so cheap.

god bless the trope of "Awesome X" lists on GitHub, re-inventing the original Yahoo! Directory one repo at a time (the awesome lists often even have an exclamation point at the end, as if in homage)

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