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Finally my sourdough turned out the way I want!
Good oven spring, big ear, nice browning, all the good stuff.

I altered two variables at once:
- I didn't add ice cubes to the roasting pan.
- I baked regular, not convection.

It looks like my sourdough starter is coming along nicely today!

1 hour paddling, 6 hours taking our time to clean up.

It is so unique and delicious. I absolutely love these special beans that House of Funk is bringing in!

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I'm about to imbibe this coffee from House of Funk. Like the eclectic Mandarum I raved about before, this farmer has produced a bean with an outstanding aroma.

Soft boiled eggs with a dash of black pepper, served with delicious coffee, black. Yum!

creator of “DogeCoin,” Jackson Palmer"

After years of studying it, I believe that cryptocurrency is an inherently right-wing, hyper-capitalistic technology built primarily to amplify the wealth of its proponents through a combination of tax avoidance, diminished regulatory oversight and artificially enforced scarcity.

I really like the idea of mininalism. Some examples of things I think are minimalist:
- Running (Can do anytime with what you have on you)
- Singing (Can do anytime with what you have on you)
- Writing (Only need paper + pencil)
- Drawing (Only need paper + pencil)
- Stretching, Yoga, Meditation (Can do anytime with what you have on you)
- Permacomputing (Reusing existing, often obsolete hardware with software that cannot be bloated)

Day 1 of progressing toward barefoot running.
I tried cold turkey and my calves have not been happy with that. My physio has me on a progression plan that I'm excited to he executing on!

I wouldn't normally consider diabetes, wrinkles, venerial infections or eye problems to be benefits!

Nothing new needs producing and no e-waste needs processing. If your new software no longer runs on old hardware, it is worst than the old software.

New camping dishes came. With the new camping kettle we are at 50% of the volume of our previous stuff. That's only one container, of course...
We also picked up a freestanding canopy that takes up a lot of space, but then we also got a cargo carrier for the car.

One optimization we have yet to do is sort out meals. I want to try my hand at camp bread. Bread ingredients seem much more efficient to pack than bread, and what a great camping activity!

There's a library for Go called "alice". It lets you create chains of middleware for http request handlers.
I *just* realized why it's called "alice" today.
My wife greatly enjoyed that.

Here's a little thing that may not be obvious to many people....

When you install an open-source app from Google Play or the Apple app store, there is no guarantee that what you install actually matches the public code.

@fdroidorg are doing a great service. They independently build the public source code for apps from scratch, review for common issues, and publish their builds. Thanks to "reproducible builds" it's possible to verify they do not tamper with the code.

TFW you provide in-depth context and motivation for a robust solution, then get overridden with a more complicated answer that ignores the context.

WTF is this?!?!?!

"Constituted in the decadent wake of mass transition to remote-working propelled by COVID-19, eI-2O3O is an interim, for-community-good, peer task force of ardent proponents for healthier computing practices."

🤯 😍

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