Radioangel
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Low-Waste. Plant-based.
Local Lunarpunk here,
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dystopian world.
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Radioangel commented on Radioangel's post: @Ornataweaver: Exactly.
Radioangel commented on Radioangel's post: @Ornataweaver: True. But what we build doesn't have to give corruption a helping hand.
Radioangel commented on Radioangel's post: There are over 500 million unique visitors to Wikipedia a month; a free service where articles are shared with the world. There are over 301 different languages represented. We've been proving as a species for thousands of years that if something is believed in, a committed group of individuals will seek it's development. Tokenization cannot solve a problem that it keeps in place.
Radioangel commented on Radioangel's post: Wrote a post on this: http://127.0.0.1:43110/1MhRrHfS7d7AimbrPhsNFP7PLJtGTzqjRr/?Post:13:Information+Should+Be+Free.+...
Radioangel commented on Radioangel's post: @ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit: True. I love Firefox for being open source and still use it some of the time. I just wish it had the same level of functionality as Vivaldi.
Radioangel commented on Radioangel's post: It worked out. Here's the recipe: Organic Coconut oil Organic Beeswax Organic Almond Oil Orange Extract Melt it all in the microwave for 10 minutes, stir and pour into jars to cool.
Radioangel commented on Radioangel's post: @Moor: Well said. It's a very debatable topic that I suppose comes down to personal choice. Whether to trick someone into thinking critically or not. It can have it's merits I agree especially when someone is being taken advantage of. But it all really depends on how open the person is to idea. You cannot force or trick someone into thinking in a specific way. Only open the door for critical thinking to follow. So, while it has it merits I believe it should be used with caution.
Radioangel commented on Radioangel's post: @Moor: Hmm... Very interesting perspective. Obviously sometimes rules are meant to be bent. I think however if one is trying to convince another to think critically it should be done through Socratic questioning which promotes critical thinking through asking questions for clarification etc. If we use any underhanded means to induce critical thinking, it is possible to loose our own credibility. We need to not only promote and induce critical thinking but do it in a way that respects the individual as well as ourselves. http://www.umich.edu/~elements/fogler&gurmen/html/probsolv/strategy/cthinking.htm
Radioangel commented on Radioangel's post: @leftside: No problem.
Radioangel commented on Radioangel's post: @Aikammer: Yea, I can see there are some issues. But it's so much faster than Firefox and the customization is awesome. That's pretty much what made me install it.
Radioangel commented on Radioangel's post: @Swastika: Which is why it must be sought out in all of its forms. Truth and information must be preserved through critical thinking and inquiry outside of education systems which may be biased.
Radioangel commented on Radioangel's post: @Swastika: I'm self taught. But thank you for believing that my education level is at least in appearances that of the education system.
Radioangel commented on ulrichard's post: If you feel the need to take one child's actions and extrapolate that to an entire race. Then that is a racist assumption.
Radioangel commented on Radioangel's post: @leftside: It's about how the "Frankenstein" monster of modern times has become A.I.
Radioangel commented on Radioangel's post: @leftside: Few hundred gb. Nothing fancy.
Radioangel commented on Radioangel's post: Longform blog will be more about productivity hacks, learning, projects etc.
Radioangel commented on Radioangel's post: @Bussdee: Being a full-time dad is highly commendable.
Radioangel commented on Radioangel's post: @Pigpog: lol
Radioangel commented on Radioangel's post: @leftside: That is awesome, gotta read up on this if possible.
Radioangel commented on Radioangel's post: @Pigpog: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foxfire
Radioangel commented on Radioangel's post: @leftside: Not a problem. Thank you for sharing the wikipedia links. I will read over them tonight.
Radioangel commented on Radioangel's post: @leftside: It's about a hidden archive found inside the Warsaw ghetto and the people who wrote it and archived it all before their deaths during WWII. It's also about Emanuel Ringelblum and the group "Oyneg Shabes". They worked in secret for three years and burried their archive in cans and tins underground hoping that it would one day be rediscovered.
Radioangel commented on Radioangel's post: "The Limits to Growth (1972), based on computer simulations of economic activity, natural resources, and pollution levels, suggested that a “business as usual” path would lead to disastrous collapse by around 2070. "
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Radioangel commented on ks's post: I looked into it a bit and it does have some issues. Why price items almost exact or higher than what it would cost in cash for one. It's heart is in the right place but some of the execution seems iffy.
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Radioangel commented on Radioangel's post: @Daniell Mesquita: ScuttleButt
Radioangel commented on Radioangel's post: @Granatalmandin: Exactly.
Radioangel commented on Radioangel's post: @Eibriel: Awesome. Glad it's working.
Radioangel commented on Radioangel's post: @Lola: I'm pretty sure that's the cure for everything. :) But I better stay away from the rum. I like rum raisin ice cream too much.
Radioangel commented on Radioangel's post: Fixed it.
Radioangel commented on Radioangel's post: @Realjohndoe: This is the best answer I have ever read. :)
Radioangel commented on Radioangel's post: @ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit: Decentralized Alternative. Instagram itself isn't decentralized. Pixelfed.social is a federated service.
Radioangel commented on Radioangel's post: @Trekbit: write.as is a decentralized service that allows cross-posting. The blog post was on clearnet and about a speculative lunarpunk future. Because that's something I do in my spare time when I'm not ranting. :) Studying: Microeconomics
Radioangel commented on Radioangel's post: @Droids243a: According to my Micro-economics textbook and a few other sources, it's a firm belief. However, I'm still reading into all this.
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Lang: EN | EO Low-Waste. Plant-based. Local Lunarpunk here, spreading hope in a dystopian world. Blogs | http://127.0.0.1:43110/0sh.bit/?radioangel & http://127.0.0.1:43110/0sh.bit/?CYPHER
Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Nov 16, 2018

"Someone I loved once gave me a box full of darkness. It took me years to understand that this too, was a gift."
~ Mary Oliver

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Nov 16, 2018

Interesting topics I'm reading about this week:

  • Graph Theory
  • Aristotle's "Politics"
  • Max Weber
  • Karl Marx
  • Types of Power
  • Tragedy of Culture
  • Research Methods in Sociology.
Ornataweaver · ornataweaver@zeroid.biton Nov 21, 2018Reply

Add "Jordan Peterson"

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Nov 06, 2018

“So plant your own gardens and decorate your own soul, instead of waiting for someone to bring you flowers.”

— Jorge Luis Borges

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 22, 2018

"A true community is not just about being geographically close to someone or part of the same social web network. It's about feeling connected and responsible for what happens. Humanity is our ultimate community, and everyone plays a crucial role."

  • Yehuda Berg
Ornataweaver · ornataweaver@zeroid.biton Oct 23, 2018Reply

Specially concerning security.

Ornataweaver · ornataweaver@zeroid.biton Oct 23, 2018Reply

I see some points. But geography is also a very important point.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 19, 2018

Curating a Virtuous Digital World:

https://hackernoon.com/curating-a-virtuous-digital-world-b89363e8ab15

Very interesting article, I find it unfortunate that the author believes that human beings will only become objective online if we are compensated in some way through (tokenization). There must be a better way. ...

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 24, 2018Reply

@Ornataweaver: Exactly.

Ornataweaver · ornataweaver@zeroid.biton Oct 23, 2018Reply

And avoid believing in utopias. We are the lucky ones.

Ornataweaver · ornataweaver@zeroid.biton Oct 23, 2018Reply

You should predict all the outcomes.

Ornataweaver · ornataweaver@zeroid.biton Oct 23, 2018Reply

@Radioangel: Definitely, however a leader is allowed to be defeated, but not to be surprised.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 23, 2018Reply

@Ornataweaver: True. But what we build doesn't have to give corruption a helping hand.

Ornataweaver · ornataweaver@zeroid.biton Oct 23, 2018Reply

Everything is corruptable.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 22, 2018Reply

There are over 500 million unique visitors to Wikipedia a month; a free service where articles are shared with the world. There are over 301 different languages represented. We've been proving as a species for thousands of years that if something is believed in, a committed group of individuals will seek it's development. Tokenization cannot solve a problem that it keeps in place.

Moor · moor@zeroid.biton Oct 19, 2018Reply

I'm not surprise that such solution would appear to 'solve' such problem. the (global) economic system is inherently based on commodification, in fact voluntary curated systems (or any kind of voluntary work) undermines the commodification itself. voluntary work only works well on small and individual groups, free information will only exist on such.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 17, 2018

Made beeswax wraps yesterday. They are surprisingly simple to make.

How To:

  • 2 tbs of beeswax granules
  • 1 square of fabric
  • 2 binder clips
  • 1 paintbrush (you're ok with destroying)
  • 1 baking sheet

  • Sprinkle the beeswax evenly over the fabric. Heat in the oven for less than five minutes. Pull out and quickly use the brush to coat places that were missed. Then pull it out with the binder clips and wave in the air a few seconds until dry. If it hardens before you pull it out, pop it back in the oven a few seconds and try again.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 14, 2018

I am going to attempt to reverse engineer a lotion today in an attempt to create an all natural organic version. I will post the ingredients and steps later if everything works out.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 15, 2018Reply

It worked out. Here's the recipe:
Organic Coconut oil
Organic Beeswax
Organic Almond Oil
Orange Extract

Melt it all in the microwave for 10 minutes, stir and pour into jars to cool.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 13, 2018

"Rules for Thinking, Analysis, & Writing"

http://127.0.0.1:43110/1MhRrHfS7d7AimbrPhsNFP7PLJtGTzqjRr/?Post:11:Rules+For+Thinking,+Analysis,+Writing

*Currently a work in progress.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 14, 2018Reply

@Moor: Well said. It's a very debatable topic that I suppose comes down to personal choice. Whether to trick someone into thinking critically or not. It can have it's merits I agree especially when someone is being taken advantage of. But it all really depends on how open the person is to idea. You cannot force or trick someone into thinking in a specific way. Only open the door for critical thinking to follow. So, while it has it merits I believe it should be used with caution.

Moor · moor@zeroid.biton Oct 14, 2018Reply

@Radioangel: that has been the classic way to approach someone (i heard some guys called it "street epistemology"), but i speak from the pessimistic - and utilitarian by consequence - pov. and that is also based on the per-supposition that is fine to trick someone so that they can't be tricked again, i mean, how much is credibility and respect worth, if you talk about these things you ought to objectify them is some way or another, which consequently begs the question, is it worth it?

and that is just the starting point, that point where the individual makes his decision based on a predicate (the trick) that we presented them with. just look around, nowadays the amount of people that actually goes online to learn philosophy, they were steered by some force.

in the end i agree with you, but i want to bring people to make that decision before hand.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 14, 2018Reply

@Moor: Hmm... Very interesting perspective. Obviously sometimes rules are meant to be bent. I think however if one is trying to convince another to think critically it should be done through Socratic questioning which promotes critical thinking through asking questions for clarification etc. If we use any underhanded means to induce critical thinking, it is possible to loose our own credibility. We need to not only promote and induce critical thinking but do it in a way that respects the individual as well as ourselves.

http://www.umich.edu/~elements/fogler&gurmen/html/probsolv/strategy/cthinking.htm

Moor · moor@zeroid.biton Oct 13, 2018Reply

interesting but i fear this will only preach to the choir, i think a little bit of manipulation is OK if your intent is to induce (trick) an individual into thinking critically. useful nonetheless.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 12, 2018

Today it is 45 degrees and raining, I will be logging off early to enjoy the weather. It's finally cool out...

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 12, 2018

Wrote a new post on "tutmonda varmiĝo" or global warming if anyone is interested. Obviously it's in Esperanto and probably full of errors so if you notice something off in the grammar or word choice, please let me know.

http://127.0.0.1:43110/1MhRrHfS7d7AimbrPhsNFP7PLJtGTzqjRr/?Post:10:Tutmonda+Varmiĝo

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 11, 2018

Switched over to Vivaldi browser. This is the most efficient browser I have ever used. I also removed all ad's, darkened the entire browser, added duckduckgo search engine, and removed the address bar.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 15, 2018Reply

@ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit: True. I love Firefox for being open source and still use it some of the time. I just wish it had the same level of functionality as Vivaldi.

SSDifnskdjfnsdjk · ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.biton Oct 15, 2018Reply

i prefer Firefox because it is open source. Today i disabled several extensions of it to discover my page load times are significantly better. I hate FF do not allow user seeing performance impact of the extensions/addons, though at least it has "about:performance" page.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 12, 2018Reply

@Aikammer: Yea, I can see there are some issues. But it's so much faster than Firefox and the customization is awesome. That's pretty much what made me install it.

Aikammer · aikammer@zeroid.biton Oct 12, 2018Reply

I like Vivaldi, but it's got a lot of issues yet. I should reinstall it though.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 11, 2018

"We are approaching a new age of synthesis. Knowledge cannot be merely a degree or a skill... it demands a broader vision, capabilities in critical thinking and logical deduction without which we cannot have constructive progress." ~ Li Ka-shing

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 10, 2018

“The time will come when diligent research over long periods will bring to light things which now lie hidden. A single lifetime, even though entirely devoted to the sky, would not be enough for the investigation of so vast a subject... And so this knowledge will be unfolded only through long successive ages. There will come a time when our descendants will be amazed that we did not know things that are so plain to them... Many discoveries are reserved for ages still to come, when memory of us will have been effaced.”
― Seneca, Natural Questions

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 10, 2018

Taking a MOOC on Digital Accessibility.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 10, 2018

Set up a background on my blog. It's got a nice stainless steel look now.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 10, 2018

Manipulating historical facts and/or inserting doubt into historical events may seem intelligent but it's not. Instead it shows that you are allowing your personal biases to taint your writing, observations, and conclusions.

Citing sources that are devoid of factual evidence does not mean that there is a "cover up" or a "conspiracy". It means that you are citing something that isn't true.

Taking a single event, truthful or otherwise, and extrapolating it across an entire race, thus assuming the entire race is bad, wrong, evil, not human etc. is racism.

Character assassination of historical figures to promote your own views, biases, etc. destroys your own credibility.

Swastika · swastika@zeroid.biton Oct 10, 2018Reply

@Radioangel: Nothing I disagree with.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 10, 2018Reply

@Swastika: Which is why it must be sought out in all of its forms. Truth and information must be preserved through critical thinking and inquiry outside of education systems which may be biased.

Swastika · swastika@zeroid.biton Oct 10, 2018Reply

@Radioangel: Sadly no one is exempt from disinformation, lack of information or the power of suggestion. Truthful information is rare these days.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 10, 2018Reply

@Swastika: I'm self taught. But thank you for believing that my education level is at least in appearances that of the education system.

Swastika · swastika@zeroid.biton Oct 10, 2018Reply

And you think you've been taught truthful information in your school and mass media? Get off your high horse.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 10, 2018

Wrote a new post on: Polymathic Thought, Monopathy, Automathy & Neuroplasticity in Learning.

http://127.0.0.1:43110/0sh.bit/?CYPHER

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 08, 2018

"Godmother of intelligences" by Eileen Hunt Botting

https://aeon.co/essays/what-frankensteins-creature-can-really-tell-us-about-ai

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 12, 2018Reply

@leftside: No problem.

leftside · leftside@zeroid.biton Oct 12, 2018Reply

@Radioangel: thanks :)

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 10, 2018Reply

@leftside: It's about how the "Frankenstein" monster of modern times has become A.I.

leftside · leftside@zeroid.biton Oct 08, 2018Reply

what's the point?

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 08, 2018

Duolingo just put out Hawaiian and Navajo in beta for Indigenous People's day.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 07, 2018

Apparently text-expanders are a thing of the past for Linux... Took me 20 min but I got one set up for custom Esperanto characters. Special thanks to: https://github.com/leehblue/texpander

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 07, 2018

Fixed a bricked netbook I was given today. Installed a new OS, Fixed the wifi card, and fixed the touchscreen. It's like brand new. :)

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 08, 2018Reply

@leftside: Few hundred gb. Nothing fancy.

leftside · leftside@zeroid.biton Oct 08, 2018Reply

SSD? How much capacity?

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 07, 2018
Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 07, 2018

A Year of Reckoning: To move forward, we have to excavate the past. by Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/06/sunday-review/me-too-weinstein-a-year-later.html

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 07, 2018

How the English Failed to Stamp Out the Scots Language by Dan Nosowitz

https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/scots-language

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 07, 2018

Why the novel matters in the age of anger by Elif Shafak

https://www.newstatesman.com/culture/books/2018/10/why-novel-matters-age-anger

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 07, 2018
Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 07, 2018

"The novel matters because, like an alchemist, it turns empathy into resistance. It brings the periphery to the centre, it gives a voice to the voiceless, it makes the invisible visible. And it also distils the deluge of information into drops of wisdom..."

  • Elif Shafak
Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 07, 2018

“Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge? Where is the knowledge we have lost in information?” ~ T.S. Eliot

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 06, 2018

Ported Devine Lu Linvega's "Neralie" and "Desamber" calendar and clock to ZeroNet.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 06, 2018

Wrote a blog post on time over at: http://127.0.0.1:43110/0sh.bit/?CYPHER

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 05, 2018

"Inside China's Vast New Experiment in Social Ranking" by Mara Hvistendahl.

https://www.wired.com/story/age-of-social-credit/

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 05, 2018

Thinking about making a longform blog in addition to mine on Lunarpunk/Solarpunk micro speculative fiction.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 06, 2018Reply

Longform blog will be more about productivity hacks, learning, projects etc.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 04, 2018

"I should like not to exchange any of my life for money."

— Henry David Thoreau to H. G. O. Blake

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 05, 2018Reply

@Bussdee: Being a full-time dad is highly commendable.

Bussdee · bussdee@zeroid.biton Oct 05, 2018Reply

me too ... thats why i am a full-time dad right now ;)

leftside · leftside@zeroid.biton Oct 04, 2018Reply

He's a very brave and lucky man. Yes, lucky. He must not have faced the situation.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 03, 2018

Reading about Bioluminescence in nature today. It's very interesting stuff. Apparently Benjamin Franklin even suggested using Foxfire, a glowing mushroom from the U.S., to light the first submarines.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 04, 2018Reply

@Pigpog: lol

Pigpog · pigpog@zeroid.biton Oct 04, 2018Reply

@Radioangel: was kidding but neat

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 04, 2018Reply

@leftside: That is awesome, gotta read up on this if possible.

Pigpog · pigpog@zeroid.biton Oct 04, 2018Reply

Foxfire? you mean what old people call Firefox?

leftside · leftside@zeroid.biton Oct 04, 2018Reply

Cheyin (AD 330~400) in China used fireflies in the silk pouch to light the book at night to study when he was small because of poorness of his family.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Sep 30, 2018

"To stave off the most devastating environmental peril, we must give up the ideal of economic growth."

~ Livia Gershon | Beyond Growth
https://longreads.com/2018/09/27/beyond-growth/

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Sep 30, 2018Reply

"The Limits to Growth (1972), based on computer simulations of economic activity, natural resources, and pollution levels, suggested that a “business as usual” path would lead to disastrous collapse by around 2070. "

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Sep 30, 2018

Timebanking is an interesting concept but highly flawed. I wonder what would be a better alternative...

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Sep 30, 2018

Reading: "Who Will Write Our History" by Samuel D. Kassow.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 04, 2018Reply

@leftside: Not a problem. Thank you for sharing the wikipedia links. I will read over them tonight.

leftside · leftside@zeroid.biton Oct 04, 2018Reply

@Radioangel: Very valuable historic resource! Thank u!

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Oct 03, 2018Reply

@leftside: It's about a hidden archive found inside the Warsaw ghetto and the people who wrote it and archived it all before their deaths during WWII. It's also about Emanuel Ringelblum and the group "Oyneg Shabes". They worked in secret for three years and burried their archive in cans and tins underground hoping that it would one day be rediscovered.

leftside · leftside@zeroid.biton Oct 01, 2018Reply

summary??

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Sep 30, 2018

Preparing some of my guest blog posts for October. I'm already behind schedule but they're going to be interesting.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Sep 27, 2018

"We are caged by our cultural programming. Culture is a mass hallucination, and when you step outside the mass hallucination, you see it for what it’s worth."

— Terence McKenna

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Sep 28, 2018Reply

@Granatalmandin: Exactly.

Granatalmandin · granatalmandin@zeroid.biton Sep 27, 2018Reply

they label us such things as "anti-consumerist social movements" for calling junk food junk

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Sep 27, 2018

Installed SSB last night. I haven't been on there in ages.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Sep 30, 2018Reply

@Daniell Mesquita: ScuttleButt

Daniell Mesquita · daniell@zeroid.biton Sep 29, 2018Reply

What is SSB?

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Sep 27, 2018

Wrote a new piece over on my blog about what solarpunk healthcare might look like.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Sep 28, 2018Reply

@Eibriel: Awesome. Glad it's working.

Eibriel · eibriel@zeroid.biton Sep 27, 2018Reply

Worked now! Had to let 0sh load

Eibriel · eibriel@zeroid.biton Sep 27, 2018Reply

This link http://127.0.0.1:43110/0sh.bit/?radioangel returns URL not found

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Sep 24, 2018

I've got a cold, so I'm bored out of my mind. Things I'll probably do today:

  • Write several blog post drafts
  • Memorize Japanese Hiragana & Katakana
  • Form a plan for memorizing Kanji
  • Study Esperanto
  • Plan what to grow in my greenhouse next year
  • Study microeconomics
  • Binge watch t.v.
Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Sep 23, 2018

"If there is magic on this planet, it is contained in water."
~ Loren Eiseley

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Sep 22, 2018

Got a cold. -_-

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Sep 27, 2018Reply

@Lola: I'm pretty sure that's the cure for everything. :) But I better stay away from the rum. I like rum raisin ice cream too much.

Lola · lola@zeroid.biton Sep 22, 2018Reply

Ginger, lemon, honey and rhum. Working for me.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Sep 21, 2018

"You cannot really eliminate all of this and fix every mental block, but you can REDUCE and EMBRACE the frustration.

Here's how to do it:
1) Change your outlook. The mental blocks are not hindering your progress. They ARE your progress.
2) Deal with the practical challenges one by one, not all at once.
3) Cut out comparison. Where you are right now is fantastic, and it's important to examine the source of your high expectations.
4) Set the best possible goals for yourself by leveraging the Zone of Proximal Development - not the Panic Zone!"

~ The Fluent Show | Ep. 102

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Sep 20, 2018

Got my profile up on my fixed netbook and ZeroNet is running. Now I just gotta import all my ZeroNet bookmarks.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Sep 20, 2018

Meritocracy in Theory and Practice by Coraline Ada Ehmke
https://where.coraline.codes/blog/meritocracy/

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Sep 18, 2018

Really wish there was a better decentralized alternative to Instagram. -_- pixelfed.social is ok but I feel like there should be something better.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Sep 20, 2018Reply

@Realjohndoe: This is the best answer I have ever read. :)

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Sep 20, 2018Reply

@ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit: Decentralized Alternative. Instagram itself isn't decentralized. Pixelfed.social is a federated service.

SSDifnskdjfnsdjk · ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.biton Sep 18, 2018Reply

i have never seen decentralized instagram

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Sep 18, 2018

Bricked my netbook last night. Gotta make a bootable ubuntu disc today.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Sep 20, 2018Reply

Fixed it.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Sep 17, 2018

Wrote a paper on why raising the minimum wage doesn't help everyone from an economics standpoint. It sucks but when it's profit vs. people, profit tends to win out. Even if the profit is less than the damage done to the people.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Sep 16, 2018

Wrote a post on write.as & cross-posted it. Pretty much just studying the rest of the day.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Sep 17, 2018Reply

@Trekbit: write.as is a decentralized service that allows cross-posting.

The blog post was on clearnet and about a speculative lunarpunk future. Because that's something I do in my spare time when I'm not ranting. :)

Studying: Microeconomics

Trekbit · trekbit@zeroid.biton Sep 16, 2018Reply

Whats?

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Sep 15, 2018

Kiwipedia looks interesting.

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Sep 15, 2018

IPFS is going to give me a headache. Reinstalled and now I'm getting errors...

"27.0.0.1:5001: bind: address already in use
Received interrupt signal, shutting down..."

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Sep 14, 2018

If economists believe that voluntary transactions always lead to improved social welfare, why don't we have UBI (universal basic income) yet? It's almost like it's true, but only when they want it to be. ...

Radioangel · radioangel@zeroid.biton Sep 15, 2018Reply

@Droids243a: According to my Micro-economics textbook and a few other sources, it's a firm belief. However, I'm still reading into all this.

Droids243a · droids243a@zeroid.biton Sep 15, 2018Reply

Do economists actually believe this?

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