I have ideas for writing A Thing, but I don't want to keep saying "X is Queer", and many people to say "WTF? That's not what that means"....
I wish my knowledge of "queer" was good enough to be able to write more authoratively on it.
Instead I have an idea in my gut for what "queer" means to me.
"Opening up about Gender in #OpenStreetMap"
At #sotm18 there will be a talk about the genders.
I propose we get rid of the confusing difference between "affect" and "effect" and just standardize on "æffect" for everything
Any #OpenStreetMap mappers in #NorthAfrica or #MiddleEast? The "Mapper of the Month" interview team wanna hear from you. (Pls reboost) #OSM
"Put the value of #civility into context"
"Learn to recognize when calls for civility are actually requests to stop pointing out #bias"
"Prepare for people deliberately abusing the concept of civility"
"How calls for “civility” are harming tech companies"
"As a 20-year veteran of the tech industry, I’m familiar with calls for “civility” in discourse — and the harm they often do to diversity and inclusion"
TWITTER: “use first name last name if you can — it looks professional”
MASTODON: “Hi I’m fluffy at homosexual dot party”
reminder that your computer/phone works because there's a little crystal in a circuit in there being zapped with lightning to make it wiggle so the rest of the computer can keep time like it's a metronome
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org: Always agree to work for #exposure.
But when the deadline comes, don’t send them anything but a promise that you’ll speak well of them if anyone asks.
The advantage of a desktop computer over my regular laptops, is that I can buy a graphics card later and just install it! 🙂 🤔