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VICE killed my column this afternoon, which is a bummer! If anybody knows of a publication that might want to pick up Design Bias, I think it's good and important. You can see past columns here:

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Injury ffs 

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Hey! :) The Recurse Center is "funding Fellowships of up to $10,000 for women, trans, and non-binary people to work on programming projects, research, and art at RC this fall.

Apply by July 22nd and start August 12th or September 23rd."

This is an incredible opportunity โ€“ if you want to be part of a diverse, kind programming community, and spend three months focusing on projects close to your heart, this is your chance! Happy to answer any questions you might have! \o/

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Are you interested in distributed/federated systems? just posted his idea for the algorithm to sync between different instances. Join the conversation!

Getting fired sucked, but the more we talk about this the easier itโ€™s going to be for the next group.

So few tech workers have had visible unionization efforts, and Iโ€™m glad to see this reporting

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invite to Portland Tech Workers Coalition meeting Tuesday July 16th; boosts appreciated 

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My newest sponsors update just went out, with juicy details about my new job, my plans for open source work, and other details! Missed it? Sign up now to get them in the future or get access to the exclusive archive + discussion repo!

I have a bunch (over a hundred) of GitHub issues I need to tag by the component they're related to. Any ideas on how to speed it up? It would be great if there were keyboard shortcuts to go to the next issue in the list without going back to the index page.

I'm trying to use GraphQL to find GitHub issues that match certain criteria and I still haven't figured out the right jargon to see if this is possible

How tired, you ask? So much that I quick checked that it's actually Friday before hitting send

It's Friday and I'm tired so I'm just sitting here wondering how blue glitter eyeshadow would look on Zoom calls

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...does anyone in the Seattle area have an air mattress I can borrow, because this might take a while.

Have any of you scripted common responses to GitHub issues and PRs for a project? I'm pondering the best way for a team to share materials and have a consistent response.

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So.... you can sponsor me on GitHub now. Check out my sponsorship page!

Looking for something that you wish were there in the tiers list, but can't find it? Let's talk! I'm still working those tiers out and I haven't done something like this before!

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I desperately want/need a port of for Cargo. After all the work I put into my Node-land release stuff, doing a manual `cargo publish` is such a pain. And I know about the `cargo-release` crate. It doesn't do what I want it to do. Most notably, changelogs.

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