Article gives maybe too much credit to Snowden’s opponents, but does give a good overview of what the impacts have been.
Finally, some good news: the ERG has been aggressively made love to by an ass | Marina Hyde | Opinion | The Guardian
Apparently, Brexit has gotten bad enough that mainstream newspaper columnists are invoking our Dread Lord Cthulhu.
The US government in action — this is quite possibly the most illiterate press release I’ve ever read, and it’s an official publication of the federal government.
I want this Contrapoints shirt, though.
Quinn Norton on why giving up on white privilege is terrifying to whites.
Bertrand Russell’s Advice For How (Not) to Grow Old: “Make Your Interests Gradually Wider and More Impersonal” | Open Culture
This is astonishing advice from someone I greatly expect, but I’m not sure exactly how to implement it.
Magneto did nothing wrong.
This article seems to be aimed at me: I love org-mode, but I fundamentally fail at every organizational technique I try, from GTD to Bullet Journal. A lot of that is having my personal and work org-mode trees physically separated by IT policy, but surely there’s some way I can do better.
A command-line gopher client. So far I’ve been using Lynx on GNU/Linux, and Pocket Gopher on Android to read phlogs.
I’d like to mirror my blog and this linkblog on gopher. In principle it should be easy because my site is just a directory tree of markdown files, already gopher-friendly. The only bit is autogenerating the gopher maps the way I autogenerate the html site.