@pmakholm Does this fix it for you? ( http://gregcor.com/2011/05/07/fix-dual-monitors-in-gnome-3-aka-my-workspaces-are-broken/ ) at the end? "workspaces-only-on-primary" sounds familiar to me, I think that's what I had to set to make it work
RT: @Oireachtas_RX@twitter.com: Small brain: Rosa Parks got the bus.
Expanding brain: She was a "trained activist" in an "orchestrated campaign"
Cosmic brain: Maybe the real cover up is white America sanitizing the civil rights movement by turning radicals into saints
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org: The original sin of the internet will always be relying on advertising to fund our information architecture. Without exaggeration, we fucked that one up so bad.
thinking about user rights, EU GDPR etc Show more
Max Schrems (it's co-founder & chair) has use EU data protection law against big tech companies for years, it's often interesting to see what he has to say.
RT @KateAronoff@twitter.com: The scene in Jurassic Park when Newman loses his glasses and then says, "I can afford more glasses" immediately before being eaten by a dinosaur is exactly how elites are relating to climate change
@Angle All large corporations are planned economies, internally. This produces many of the same dysfunctions that nationally planned economies have, including the production of meaningless bullshit jobs.
The disconcerting thing is realizing that the world's economy is currently dominated by a group of people no larger than the staff of GOSPLAN at its height... and almost as intellectually inbred. They all went to the same couple of dozen schools and they all see each other each year at Davos.
one mastodon feature I'd like to see is the ability to customize your own timeline by selecting instances, so it's not either just local or the whole fediverse.
It'd be like building your own little neighborhood.
"Any community that gets its laughs by pretending to be idiots will eventually be flooded by actual idiots who mistakenly believe that they're in good company"
Describes so much "ironic" internet communities.
@thor @kropot I've seen people doing similar but rather than only allowing noncommercial, to only allow "worker run cooperative" to use out commercially, which is interesting new take. A small 5 person ethical coop would be restricted in your model, and (say) the American Red Cross is not. That's vor really the way of like it to go