I like #memes. When I see one I like I want the file, not just see it pass by. One problem I had was how to organize them.
I tried a few ways, including hydra network, but too complicated and setting up your own server was a mess.
Finally, yesterday it dawned on me: I just need something to tag in the metadata!
So I use
* shotwell, a media manager in the #debian repo, which has the option to write the tags in the file.
* #syncthing to back up and sync with my mobile
And now my devices are synced, memes are backed up, my memes are tagged, and I feel better with my data hoarding instinct <3
r/waterniggas got quarantined by the #reddit admins. Drinking water is shocking and possibly offensive
This day started off with a headache, and was downhill from there.
Yes, this assange image strucked me as familiar... #freeassange
I just read this article by my #phylogenetics professor. It is framing a bit the natural sciences as historical, tackles the envy of physics held by many natural scientists and makes an analysis of #Darwin as an ecologist, highlighting how he already pointed out most of what is now the staple of #ecology.
found this video on r/philosophyofscience. I'm not a rap fan, but this was quite nice!
https://trustroots.org is an open source hosting exchange website (like couchsurfing) born in the hitchwiki.org community, and is an awesome one. The android app was in the play store only, but today platschi put the android app in a #fdroid repo:
I wrote a while ago about how I switched my #garden from typical #permaculture elements to a more rational and classic food production system.
I think it's working out really, really great. This are the latest pictures, blog post to come in a little while.
I am experimenting with very closed space dense planting, little mulch (most of organic goes to compost) and yeah, I'm digging it. Sometimes double-digging it.
Dear #science community, I'd love your help.
I'd like to get a solid grip on the effectiveness of permaculture as a design system by looking at the published studies. Sciencedirect lists 257 articles about it atm. Eventually, it would be just nice to write an article and put order in my head about the conclusions.
Now, how would you go for such a task?
I am starting by giving a definition of what articles I'll consider and which not and what are my goals, and have set up a database-like wiki to organize studies by theme and comments, but it still look like a vast, difficult task. I'd love any hint, idea, help from more experienced people!
It seems so infamous that wikipedia doesn't even bother to have a single page or reference about it. Does anyone have a reliable source about it?
(that's what happen when your elbow hurts and you look for a doctor. You end up spending 3 days on pubmed trying to figure out the best treatment)
Dear #pixelfed people, can we put together pictures in albums in as of now or is for future versions?
a #question for the fediverse: do you archive your emails? How?
I sometimes have nice pieces of email and conversations and I'd like to save them, maybe tag them, you know putting them in place nice and neat how you would with music, in a way that is easy to back up somewhere else.
Something like an old letters collection.
Do you back your mails up? Whats your method?