@pinafore love the clickable update prompt! ❤️
@unklebonehead You only need one account on any one of those to interact with all the others. It's similar to how if you have an @gmail.com email address you can email to people who have @yahoo.com and @hotmail.com email addresses. Just one account is enough to interact with all of the fediverse
DINKYTOWN HAS A PC BANG???! Dinkytown is like amazing now wtf?! There are so many cool new restaurants too geez I'm like shocked how much it has changed in just a few years.
Open Streets MPLS will be Sunday 11am-5pm, and here's tinyfed.com's confirmed booth location - Lake Street just north of Powderhorn Park between 12th and 13th. Hope to see you there!
My favorite mastodon client on all platforms is the progressive web app, for legitimate UX reasons. This is remarkable, and signals to me that we're at an inflection point. Developers, unbridled by the limitations of building for platforms they can't control, are pushing PWAs to new levels of being the sensible/obvious go-to choice
Minneapolis has made such impressive progressive strides (esp with increasing housing supply), but the car culture here still feels like an intractable problem. My positions on everything related have gotten more extreme in the less than 1yr I’ve been back. Critically, I can’t picture eliminating my car from my own life here without adding an unbelievable amount of inconvenience, so I can’t picture removing myself as part of the problem. Tough to see a path forward, but we need one *fast*
Nakata deep cut of the day
Capsule - Ice Cream
🍦 🍨 😊
Nakata deep cut of the day:
capsule - milk tea no jikan
@liaizon this is one of my biggest barriers too! Especially word & line selection behavior. I tried changing the key combos in Linux once but since they're inconsistent between apps I kind of just made a mess of things. Now I just stick to the defaults but muscle memory is strong...
@aardrian I'm weird, I actually like open plan offices, and the ambient buzz of activity helps me get into a deep work zone, though I know many of my colleagues don't agree with good reason.
Also, this app and others like it are great, and a really positive step forward towards normalizing things which will make the transition to remote work & remote presence a smooth one! Things like this make me optimistic, though I know there's a long way to go before they're practical day-to-day :)