Hey, everyone. Check out this awesome portrait I got from a resident of SpinDizzy MUCK: http://www.furaffinity.net/view/30544585/
looking for work, boosts okay
I am a rather experienced software engineer who could use some means of actually supporting myself in the long term. Self-directed open source development and sporadic game development/music composition aren’t cutting it.
My resume is at https://beesbuzz.biz/resume and I mostly enjoy working on the service/backend side of interactive/social media stuff. I am not willing to relocate from Seattle at this time, but I would be absolutely fine with working remotely.
With Mozilla in trouble, people need to remember that Firefox isn't the only alternative #browser out there. If you can, support smaller projects like Dillo, Links2 or NetSurf. They're less capable, but also lightweight and likely easier to work on. In other words, democratic.
(-) Money, asking for help
Welp, my mother is getting fired, the nice kind of fired where she gets some money out of it, but still, things are gonna be tight, depending on how far she can push when she leaves (trying to get the 5 weeks paid leave bonus that comes in may)
I'll plug that if you wish to help, you can donate to meow for my moderation work at the following places:
Thank you for for reading this all the way.
Creators of the Crimson Dark #webcomic, who are from #Australia, have a message about #climate change in their last strip: https://www.davidcsimon.com/crimsondark/index.php?view=comic&strip_id=961
"I went to see a movie, and instead I saw the future" by Jason Fried https://m.signalvnoise.com/i-went-to-see-a-movie-and-instead-i-saw-the-future/
The downside of automating everything: no one understands how anything works anymore or can fix it when it breaks down.
I adore seeing so many people working on so many projects that fall into the broad category of "nobody does that because it's too complicated to approach anymore and it'll never work anyway"
People designing new hardware architectures and operating systems and browser engines and networks and community spaces, y'all feed me and I'm always hungry.
Keep up the great yet popularly futile work.
Dear website owners: any popup that pops up while I'm trying to read something will be clicked away and never read. If it pops up again, I may be so flustered that I leave the site. If you want me to sign up to anything, a small form at the bottom of an article might work better. Or just be civilized and have an rss feed.
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