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Jon Wear @jon@route66.social

Looking through every trick and circling the interesting ones. Most of them are really dated.

Keurig coffee is terrible.

It's Privacy Policy Email Update Day!

6 pull ups tonight. Almost 7 but that last one was not legit. Maybe next time.

"Tangent but:
I live in SoCal, and I can't get my head around the car culture mentality. Of all the places that should be walkable, one that is 80 degrees and sunny 90% of the entire year should rank very high on the list. But nooo.... the walkable cities are in places that get run over by a glacier every six months. Go figure."

news.ycombinator.com/item?id=1

I'm probably wasting time, but I can't make myself learn mocking frameworks. I always roll my own. And they work.

I think my fear is, I'll put a lot of time into learning a mocking framework only to discover it doesn't work for me and I'll have to write my own or switch to another.

I'm also probably wrong.

Festival fun. The kids play and I hold all the stuff.

Jon Wear boosted
Onion based federation is now working with #pleroma on #freedombone. This means that it's now possible to follow users on "onion only" installs.

This type of federation is quite significant, because it means independence from the DNS and CA systems. It means that even if you don't control your local internet router or don't have money to spend on domain names you can still create a social network. It significantly reduces the complexity barrier to entry for running a home server.

My phone is smashed so I’m having to use my laptop a lot more. Really uncomfortable walking around with a laptop in my pocket.

"There is a strong consensus across the top levels of Philadelphia’s justice system that the reforms, made with the help of a $3.5 million grant and guidance from the MacArthur Foundation, are working."

washingtonpost.com/news/true-c

Kids leave unexpectedly cool things just lying around the house.

I used to think I'd have to keep a twitter account just to get municipal feeds. But I can get most of it via RSS, so that means I can get it here. \ (•◡•) /