```javascript
const f = new Boolean(false); console.log(f == !f); // Outputs `true`
```

Hypothesis: All software provisioning systems are bad

Can anyone recommend free tools for creating UX/UI mockups?

Elin Thomas, UK textile artist who uses embroidery/crochet to create unique work resembling petri dishes and bacteria spores #womensart t.co/B8SRMyEBBt

This is an excellent deep dive into worker-owned coops that are trying to contest power and build #socialism.

communemag.com/how-to-seize-th

#coop #solidarityeconomy

If you want to follow a website that doesn't have an RSS feed, you can use feed43.com/ to generate one for a particular page when it updates. Then you can use bots.tinysubversions.com/ to follow that feed in mastodon et al.

“Game Boys: The ‘gamer’ identity undermines the radical potential of play.”
reallifemag.com/well-played-ga

Nothing really new or startling, but I’m interested in the idea of “gaming” as reproductive labour: channeling the energy of play into forms that mimic the culture of work, and providing a space to perform toxic masculinity.

One of the most useless things you can do in Javascript is surely `new Boolean(false)`

Rights for people, rules for corporations. Add your name to the European Initiative: stopisds.org/?fbclid=IwAR3khu1

ISDS is effectively a corporate court system, which forces national governments to protect corporate interests, and protects corporations from prosecution when they inflict human rights violations.

A European treaty to hold corporations to account is being blocked by rich governments and corporate interests. This petition will be used by unions and social organisations to lobby governments to ratify the treaty.

Sharks are older than trees. 🦈

The first plant species which can be considered a real tree is known as Archaeopteris, and it evolved about 350 million years ago.

The first sharks evolved 50 million years before that!

#NoFoolin

brexit 

So are there any libraries out there for parsing/normalising & JSON objects? All the ones I've found seem to be incomplete or not very clear on what they actually do/how to use.

Can anyone recommend a search alerts service that is foss and/or not run by Goog et al?

Universal Basic Income (UBI): A History 

Scouting for Girls are shit and only have one song

So, I just published "Building software together with Git" on my #blog: eliotberriot.com/blog/2019/03/ 🎉

It's a rather high-level, non-technical overview explaining what is software collaboration and how tools like #Git and #GitHub actually help with that.

It assumes little prior knowlegde from the reader, and attempts to explain the technical concepts in accessible ways.

Many thanks to @GinnyMcQueen for the initial idea, @y6nH for proofreading and everyone for the feedback!

Own The Change: Building Economic Democracy One Worker Co-op at a Time

A short, practical guide for those considering worker owned cooperatives, made by GRITtv & TESA, the Toolbox for Education and Social Action. Featuring conve...

youtu.be/8G1-SYMatNc

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