recently noticed 05-17-24

today.i.loved 05-15-24

I discovered this morning that the html review redirects to Issue 03 - the interface is astounding. I check out the first link - Lizz Thabet’s my computer is a home that my friends can visit. It’s actually an invitation to connect with her computer home via the Tor browser.

* ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ *
it may take a moment
for everything to load
* ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ *
take your shoes off,
hang your coat up,
stretch your legs
while you wait
* ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * *

Her home is like a big infinite desktop full of draggable folders, files, and furniture - I’m immediately enjoying this little folder party when I discover a text file about how I can host my own party space and then, a guide to setting up a secure spot on my own machine that can be accessed by Tor. So I’m off to find Lizz’s ‘tiny folder party generator script.’ When I do, who knows what might come out of this morning’s little excursion!

I love this stuff…

resource.explorer.05-14-24: regular expressions

This post includes some sites I would not normally link to, which I’m overlooking today to illustrate a simple point - sometimes, exploring the web can lead to things that makes one go, “eww!” 😎

<!--joe crawls out of the rabbit hole -->

build something useful and people will find it

Hi all! Well, I didn’t plan it, but word got out anyway: Bridgy Fed‘s Bluesky <=> fediverse support went online a couple weeks ago, quietly and without announcement, but people still found it. Over 1200 accounts have turned it on so far and bridged themselves one direction or the other. It’s great to see so much early interest!

𝕞𝕚𝕩𝕖𝕕 𝕓𝕒𝕘 𝟘𝟝-𝟘𝟡-𝟚𝟜

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