Our new album is finally finished!

With us, you can journey through a fogscape of shifting modal textures punctuated with melodies that transform though myriad hues until you reach ultimate oblivion.

Fun, right?

I hope you enjoy!

flavigula.bandcamp.com/album/b

#music #mastomusic #psychedelic #ambient #AmbientGuitar #ModularSynth #drone #soundscape #minimalism #CyclicMusic #narrative

i love using torrents to download public domain works and linux installation images

#CHICKEN #Scheme 5.1.0 has been released!

Download it here!
https://code.call-cc.org/releases/5.1.0/chicken-5.1.0.tar.gz

SHA-256 checksum: 5c1101a8d8faabfd500ad69101e0c7c8bd826c68970f89c270640470e7b84b4b

Noteworthy changes:
- Many bug fixes
- `system-config-directory` and `system-cache-directory` procedures which return the configuration and cache directory according to the XDG specification (and also work on Windows)
- Big keyword overhaul, they are now a completely distinct type, and their internal representation has changed a little.
- The flow analysis optimization pass is now enabled by default
- A floating point values unboxing optimization has been added
- cond-expand is now available in egg specification files
- Support for linking C objects into eggs has been introduced

For more details about this release: https://code.call-cc.org/releases/5.1.0/NEWS

I'm having a problem with gui emacs on Linux Mint. I can't kill more than a single paragraph at a time.

I've checked a half-dozen how-to-emacs sites and they all give the same instructions for marking the stuff you want to kill and using the kill command, but no matter how much I mark, it only ever kills one paragraph.

Anyone willing/able to help me figure this out?

#emacs #linux

Do you think people are more interested in a poll’s results than actually voting in it?

@mkf welcome to functional.cafe, may I take your order? Our drinks are free of any side effects.

Good morning :tootplanet: and tootfriends!

Today I wish you time to complete your tasks. ✨

Some kernel developers now have their blogs hosted on people.kernel.org, which is a WriteFreely instance with ActivityPub syndication. For example, try out @gregkh.

See more here:
people.kernel.org/read

Selection (aka clipboard) protocol has been merged into #mcclim \o/ 3m agony is finally over.

Features include: selection translators, arbitrary selection boxes and x11 integration.

#lisp

Link to a Twitter thread detailing Librem One's privacy and security issues at launch. Major 0-days swept under the rug, trackers and analytics and more.

twitter.com/YalePrivacyLab/sta

"I don't want Apple, Google, or Facebook decide what terrorism and violent content is. I'm not sure we need an international body for that either."

"Violent extremism is different than terrorism, it's an important difference. Women's Suffrage was considered a terrorist movement at some point."

#5yrsago Academic publisher tried to stop publication of paper on price-gouging in academic publishing boingboing.net/2014/06/13/acad

Talent is a myth.

Don't let anyone tell you that you're not "gifted" enough to do art. All it takes is patience, focus and discipline, and those can be trained.

Look for the right teachers and learning material, surround yourself with artists better than yourself, and generally work a shit ton - you can make it.

#MastoArt #CreativeToots #art #ArtTips #inspiration #drawing

macOS: I can install most minor updates without rebooting

Linux: oh yeah i can kernel patch you fucking baby

Windows: hold my beer
explorer_2019-06-12_14-45-40.pn…

Hey guys! This Kickstarter for an anthology based around furry authors of color is about halfway to its goal!

I think it's a really noble pursuit, and would love to see it funded so if you can toss some coins there way and let's support our POC creators!
kck.st/2X0BWQ4

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