San Jose and Los Angeles…
Given how privacy focused (privacy obsessed?) many of us are, there's a distro that I'm surprised I don't hear more about: #qubesos
I ran QubesOS as my daily driver for a few weeks a little while ago and was really impressed. It doesn't fit my use-case right now, but it's one of 4 distros I'm considering whenever I get a desktop.
Plus, even if I don't use Qubes, I'll probably steal some of their ideas for whichever distro I end up with
The Hong Kong protesters have now officially announced revolution:
I'm not sure if copying phrases from the US declaration of independence was a good idea, because it's confirming the official Chinese narrative more than necessary. Let's hope that things don't turn very ugly very soon.
"Vegans don't eat anything.
Glass of wine—that's dinner!"
"When you finally figure out why your floor is always wet"
I might not normally have the discipline to reserve my favorite activities for the weekend, but I want to be happier.
If Shaul's template (Work You Love, Living in a Place You Love, Being Around People You Love) is to be believed, then I need to study seriously to achieve the "Work You Love" objective.
Perhaps marketable skills will unlock "Living in a Place You Love" as a bonus. 🙏🏼
I'm not sure why I even came to the cafe. For some reason I always imagine it's going to be comfortable, good or no music, the perfect buzz of conversation…
But tonight the AC's on even though it's 54℉ out, top 40s radio of course, everyone seems to be mid-rant, and my table is wobbling because the futuristic 3-legged version hasn't been invented yet.
Maybe I should have just gone to a bar.
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