Good insight into figuring out that you're not cis: https://aninjusticemag.com/am-i-trans-a-roadmap-to-figuring-out-the-toughest-question-7bb0e809a32d
Written by a trans woman, so, more examples from that direction, but I'd recommend it to anyone who feels "as if their gender were a pair of wet socks that they could never quite find a way to take off".
#IATSE is currently negotiating for reasonable wages, benefits, and rest time. Among other sticking points, Hollywood management apparently still considers streaming productions "new media" and underpays for them on those grounds.
My IATSE friends are in favor of rejecting the low wages, benefits, and rest that management is currently offering, in favor of striking if necessary for their own reasonable terms.
@epilanthanomai Just wanted to thank you for the referral of those local foresters. They're doing an amazing job on invasive plant removal in my forest and we're starting to get Big Ideas about what do do with the remediated land.
"I am not the only traveler who has not repaid his debt. I've been looking for a trail to follow again. Take me back to the night we met."
You know those songs that just haunt you for days after you hear them, even if it's the 100th time? Well, this is one of them.
Okay, so I'm finally trying out Gemini. I know a few sites that are on it, especially Drew Devault's blog, but I'm a bit confused how I actually find things in Gemini space. There's a search engine that reminds me of Altavista in its usefulness. Is there...I dunno...some Yahoo-style portal out there that I don't know about?
"Cryptocurrency is one of the worst inventions of the 21st century. [...] It has failed to be a useful currency, invented a new class of internet abuse, further enriched the rich, wasted staggering amounts of electricity, hastened climate change, ruined hundreds of otherwise promising projects, provided a climate for hundreds of scams to flourish, created shortages and price hikes for consumer hardware, and injected perverse incentives into technology everywhere. Fuck cryptocurrency."
Today on the Internet I saw some TERF referring to preferred pronouns as "compelled/coerced pronouns" and likening them to being compelled by law to call your monarch "your majesty". That, of course, is astoundingly irritating, but I guess I'm to blame for knowingly reading something a TERF wrote.
Reminder that your domain hack or vanity domain probably funds either Verisign or Etisalat (look em up).
I didn't look up .codes before we grabbed it. It and a number of other new tlds common on fedi were owned by private equity firm Abry Partners, though Abry owners are "selling" it to another company they own, Ethos Capital. You might remember them as the private shell company that tried to buy up .org (and were rejected) in 2019.
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