@fahrni what worries me is, by all accounts, the proponents of this move feel emboldened and want more. I’m confident the US will work this out but a lot of people will likely suffer before that happens.
Link post on the blog to all kinds of topics. Some very serious. Viewer discretion advised.
@fahrni I need to have horchata again soon!
@fribbledom many dentists use practice management software that do in fact backup their files to the cloud every day 😅
@firstname.lastname@example.org: React, Angular and so on have gotten a bit of bashing recently. So I wrote an article defending these technologies. Enjoy.
@fahrni hey - I’m good, just recovering from a bit of surgery (a tear they caught real early and wanted to fix before it got worse). How’re you? Btw the offer to share costs for Mastodon still stands! 😀 … you’ll notice I was a bit off-Twitter because I wasn’t quite enjoying it, Mastodon feels way more positive.
😔 fivethirtyeight.com: Why Being Anti-Science Is Now Part Of Many Rural Americans’ Identity
The Guardian long read: Why is it so hard to control our appetites? A doctor’s struggles with giving up sugar
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