We promised to publish the hardware schematics when the #Librem5 shipped and we delivered: Hardware Schematics and X-ray Scans for Librem 5 Birch https://puri.sm/posts/a-different-kind-of-transparency/ #OpenHardware #Linux
how the hell was I not following @ranjit? they seriously inspired me to start blogging when I was like 17
I love this project, it would be nice to get some updates to it though, I wonder how friendly they are to patches
«Tuh'u. Leg meat is used. You prepare water. You add fat.
You sear. You fold in salt, beer, onion, arugula, cilantro, Persian
shallot, cumin, and red beet, and [you crush] leek and garlic.
You sprinkle coriander on top. [You add] kurrat and fresh
Image by #KlausWagensonner as taken from https://www.laphamsquarterly.org/roundtable/ancient-mesopotamian-tablet-cookbook (which also contains a modern recreation of the #TuhU #beetStew recipe)
This is cool! All these medieval books have been digitized and are available for free at the Internet Archive.
identi.ca-Gründer Evan Prodromou (1) https://betamax.video/videos/watch/b204e7dc-6e3c-4010-a2ed-1f470b7ea38b
@sean can I get admin on the facebook fediverse meme page?
good post about how nerd communities' mass-adoption of the closed and proprietary Discord platform will inevitably lead to the long-term loss of (or loss of access to) mountains of special-interest group knowledge and community history
"TLDR; It is not a very future-proof way of knowledge-building & archiving at all."
just made this animation from a google image search after seeing a Japanese flag @moonman posted.
Here's a list of folks I have personally invited to join the #fediverse, please give them a follow! Ask them whats up or give a warm welcome! People only stay here when there is a reason
#ConretePoetry + #HandmadeCircuits
#SynthLover + #VinylRecords
#GlitchHair + #Cats
#Astrology + #KitschGifs
#Piano + #Composition
#PlantAnarchy + #VisualPoetry
#SocialWorker + #HornPlayer
#Electrician + #MeowWolf
In northern Ethiopia, at 130 meters below sea level, in the hottest valley in the world, there exists a series of pools that look more alien than anything that should rightly be found on Earth.
This is the dangerously beautiful Dallol Volcano, and hydrothermal system, found in the Danakil depression. The highest point of the volcano reaches -48 meters above sea level. Brine pools and acidic liquid spout from the ground, building up salt and sulfuric pillars as temporary geysers build them. Here, not two but three tectonic plates move away from each other, causing the land to sink deeper and deeper, and bringing up minerals from deep within the Earth. In the next few million years, the Red Sea will eventually fill the depression.
The word Dallol, in the language of the Afar people, means disintegration. The Disintegration Volcano.
hey please follow @dvandre, I have trying to help them get onto the fediverse for a while and they need people to interact with for this place to be useful cause I am the only one they "know" here
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