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Having a great deal of fun porting Lagrange to iOS. 📲

SDL & custom UI makes this pretty painless, but of course there is no support for things like OS accessibility features or media playback.

Even without those this is already quite usable, especially on the iPad. Plenty of work left to refine the UI for a phone, though.

I expect most of this is directly applicable to Android as well, as long as I figure out how to compile all the dependencies.


> We spend most of our time in a web browser but it's often our slowest app. Mighty speeds up Chrome on your laptop by streaming it from a more powerful computer in the cloud—that makes your browser & other apps run significantly faster.


For any goodreads users, I've created a python script that will parse the CSV file you can export to create a gemini page of currently reading, want to read, and finished reading

Never ever ever give police discretion in how to enforce rules. Ontario's new pandemic rules give cops discretion to decide if your reason for being somewhere is sufficient.

In practice this means only white people can go outside.

Lol getting notifications about all my conservative contacts joining Signal

I hope the extreme right doesn’t get Signal taken away or that because I use Signal I’m associated with extreme right-wing politics 😅

Happy New Year 🥳

We are preparing to release the next version that includes several new features and improvements.

The mobile app is almost ready for primetime, and we'll be shipping the Android version first (via @fdroidorg)!

PS - We have been working on text-only posts support 😉 #pixelfed

Using computer crime laws to punish journalists for obtaining documents available to every Internet user is dangerous and unconstitutional.

just discovered 100 gecs

really needed them when I was 14 but what an awesome take on whatever this genre is

2020 was wild but I read 12 books in about 5 months and have come to love reading. I was never a reader and had never liked it growing up.

The first book I read this year was Dune by Frank Herbert and then finished the year off with A Wild Sheep Chase by Haruki Murakami. It was a good year for books. 2021 is looking even better:

I plan to read the LOTR series having never read it or even watched the movies.

I plan to read the Harry Potter series (read book 1 2020).

I plan to also read the entire Bible.

I got a few more Murakami books as well and who knows what else!

happy to be back online again. I have AT&T cellular and fiber and have been disconnected from the world for 2 days.

It was pretty great, not gonna lie. But, the circumstances were not so great :(

my overexposed and chromatically aberrated attempt at capturing the great conjunction today. i added an annotated version so you can tell what's what.

taken with a nikon d7200 and a nikkor 200mm lens, F6.3, 1/2 second, 1600 iso

I've discovered a perpetual motion machine 

The Gemini mailing list

thinking about doing music reviews for my gemlog

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masto instance for the tildeverse