English language usage re: y'all
Is the use of y'all as a replacement for you(plural) becoming a de facto standard in the English language?
Since you and your(singular) are indistinguishable from you and your(plural) it solves the ambiguity.
Plural: I have been listening to y'all's opinion.
Singular(and only singular): I have been listening to your opinion.
Asking for an Instagram friend: Is there any #pixelfed client app out there right now that is close to Instagram? Tried both #tusky and #fedilab so far, am in both cases running in different weird "errors" (such as notifications - who commented pictures - not shown) and am in both seeing just what seems a limited feature set (filters, just four instead of 10 pics per set, no story support, ...). Is there something more "made for pixelfed"?
i feel like the patreon/substackification of everything forces people to commodify shit they might normally do for free just as a hobby or whatever, and you gotta sell it as Vital Work even if it's the equivalent of an npr fundraiser tote bag. idk, just my impression, ymmv
Interesting, #Firefox 73 includes a #CBOR decoder: “WAMP-formatted WebSocket messages (JSON, MsgPack and CBOR) are now nicely decoded for inspection in the Network panel.” https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/73.0/releasenotes/
Hannah Ritchie, Our World in Data: *Less meat is nearly always better than sustainable meat, to reduce your carbon footprint*
"I have shown previously that what we choose to eat has the largest impact, making a bigger difference than how far our food has traveled, or how much packaging it’s wrapped in. This is because only a small fraction comes from transport and packaging and most of our food emissions come from processes on the farm, or from land use change.
Regardless of whether you compare the footprint of foods in terms of their weight (e.g. one kilogram of cheese versus one kilogram of peas); protein content ; or calories, the overall conclusion is the same: plant-based foods tend to have a lower carbon footprint than meat and dairy. In many cases a much smaller footprint.
As an example: producing 100 grams of protein from peas emits just 0.4 kilograms of carbon dioxide equivalents (CO2eq). To get the same amount of protein from beef, emissions would be nearly 90 times higher, at 35 kgCO2eq. …"
GitHub, but federated.
Folks host their own instance, and you can follow, "star" and contribute to other people's repos and orgs using your account, from your instance.
Oh, and you get notifications from remote repos, visible on your instance.
This must exist already, right?
Decentralised development, but better than Email?
Little meta, no memes.
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