* Farmbot growing cabbage CHECK
* Exhibition of trade union banners CHECK
* Some history of co-operatives CHECK
* Reading some Bookchin in the Central Library CHECK
Day out in Manchester, innit.
90% off all Verso ebooks until January 1st. The largest independent, radical publishing house in the English-speaking world. Give ’em a bit of solidarity and get a book on politics for a couple of quid.
I just got The Next Revolution collection of essays by Bookchin, score.
What do you think?
“Feeling like there’s a future is vital for moving through the present”
Everybody needs an angel. But here’s that devil by my side.
From the all round doozy of an album, Lost blues and other songs.
> download open source app
> walk around the area you live in
> answer some questions
> get some fresh air
> discover your neighbourhood a little
> help build open map of the world
Have small projects on the continuous integration service Travis CI and want to deploy them to your own server through SSH, but cannot stand the hassl…
Introduction to what one would consider basic web communication
A few days ago I had written a post on my website and a colleague had written a reply on his own website. Because we were both using the W3C Webmention specification on our websites, my site received the notification of his response an…
“Ryanair’s share price fell almost 8% on Friday after its announcement.”
This system is broken.
I saw Bat for Lashes play at the Brighton Dome in 2009, during a particularly difficult year for me. I can remember even now getting knocked for six by some pretty deep emotions during the show.
My RSVP posts work great, functionality wise, thanks to the Post Kinds plugin (creating the post successfully sends a webmention to the event page). However the display looks a little funky with my theme.
“Highlighting in Pocket has two tiers: Free and Premium. All Pocket users will be able to create 3 highlights per article, and those who subscribe to Pocket Premium will be able to create an unlimited number of highlights.”
I’m guessing (hoping) though that given the Mozilla association at the very least they’ll take personal data security and privacy seriously.
In fact a few times now I’ve heard people say the feature they miss (or would miss) the most from Facebook is the very well targeted suggestions of local events.
Great bit of stomping synth-pop.