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infotainment high-five apophenia markup language support system

(I'm working on a pull request I started at the sprint yesterday, that's what reminded me of this.)

GitHub 

Okay Pythonistas. Pythians. Portlanders and other Cascadians. I'm not at today but I'm signed up for Monday's sprints.

Please share, I'm looking for help on upcoming projects for The Recompiler -- paid positions for editing, print and ebook design, and research support recompilermag.com/2020/02/04/h

wanted: a browser/window manager plug-in that detects if I am mindlessly flipping between windows in a novelty-seeking cycle, and kicks me off for a while.

(I've had some success with things like Leechblock, but this would be more checking behavior than strictly filtering by destination.)

software bug 

Relatedly: tried out Darktable today (for editing digital photos shot in raw mode).

Seems pretty good! Flexible, snappy, and stable so far. But goodness there are a lot of ways to do very similar things:

What's the difference between "exposure correction" and adjusting brightness? How does that compare to tone mapping, or "global tonemap"? Where does the "base curve" come from? Which things should I use in combination, and when should I just pick one because they're alternative approaches to the same task?

I've got some reading to do.

darktable.org/

Unicode emoji proposals continue to be entertaining reading.

> The expression “Don’t feed the troll” could be represented as TROLL + POULTRY LEG + COMBINING ENCLOSING CIRCLE BACKSLASH. In the internet image on the right this expression is depicted as someone handing a roast chicken to a troll, enclosed in a prohibition sign.

— from L2/19-232 by West & Everson, which is a cromulent submission overall, though this suggested sequence is pushing it.

unicode.org/cgi-bin/GetMatchin

Every single person on Mastodon is an anarchist trans girl from Portland, Oregon who works in infosec. In fact, I am an anarchist trans girl from Portland, Oregon who works in infosec. I wish I had found out sooner.

The reason I've been working out how to scroll by column is, of course, so I can make landscape-mode layouts for reading web fiction, like gitlab.com/keturn/multicolumn-

CSS+ 

re: css, javascript 

re: css, javascript 

css, javascript 

re: 1980's-era graphics esoterica 

1980's-era graphics esoterica 

ubuntu snaps (~) 

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