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Area shielded from radiation
Artificial gravity absent
Artificial gravity area, non-pressurized (suit required)
Astronic system (electronics)
Bulkhead door (non-pressurized area beyond)
Life support system
Non-pressurized area beyond
No pressure, gravity suit required
Photonic system (fiber optics)
Pressure suit locker
Pressurized area with artificial gravity
@sean Honestly, I don't think I've ever hit that point yet.
Obvious career advice.
violence, viedo james
you either die an indie, or live long enough to see yourself become a gun.
@imacrea I would also add that the social expectations on how the two are used also differ. Pixelfed is tool for sharing pictures; you can also use Mastodon for sharing pictures.
IMO, one of the root causes with the mess that is data privacy in our high-tech culture is the idea that data is “owned”. Many companies’ position is basically that if I give them (or they discover) data about me, they now *own* that data
If they own it, they can do as they please with it, subject only to the limitations of any other property use
It’d be better if it was treated as *custodianship*
Can anyone make out the tiny text? I could really use that summoning.
@dredmorbius For a great visual aid see: Synecdoche, New York.
How do I make my (LaTeX) document look like it was written by a Cthulhu-worshipping madman?
'The dark side of the Nordic model'
@mmin It's the most used operating system, but you can't use it for anything important, because you can't trust it.
｢On Wednesday, Kashmiris began disappearing from WhatsApp — and no one initially knew why. Citizens of the disputed geographical territory, whose autonomy the Indian government revoked in August, abruptly and inexplicably began departing WhatsApp groups in which they had long participated, leaving behind only a “[Phone number] left” message.｣
@baldur You can save a specific version of a PDF for reference. It's the only thing PDFs are good for and it happens to be important for academics.
Evgeny Morozov wrote a really long review of Shoshana Zuboff's The Age of Surveillance Capitalism. His main criticism is that what Zuboff calls surveillance capitalism is just simply capitalism.
I do digital culture, game studies, and role-playing games.
Old toots automatically deleted. Migrating to @jonne.
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