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Whilst 2020 was a bad year it did have many positives @jaz More time with kids, less driving around the region, learning new skills, daily art, geeking, walking, losing weight, telly and chill, working from home, appreciating the little things, looking after myself, making memories, 19 year wedding anniversary, eating better, saving money, helping others, more games nights with friends (but virtually), new radio show, family all healthy #covidpositive
😷 2020 will be one of those years that 20 years from now we will all remember where we were. It has been a supremely stupid year. The word "bubble" will never be the same.
👨👩👦 But, somewhere in the muck and mire of the stupidity, there were times of joy, love, community.
🤔 So, take a look back and find at least one positive thing you can snatch from the past year, and tell the Fediverse about it using the hashtag #covidpositive
Mine will follow to get things started.
Blwyddyn newydd dda pawb!
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It's time again for the
HPR New Years Eve Show.
For those who don’t know, on New Years Eve 2020-12-31 10:00 UTC (5:00 AM EST), we will have a recording going on the HPR Mumble server for anyone to come on and talk about whatever they want.
So please stop in. Say “Hi” and maybe join in the conversation with other HPR community members.
We will leave the recording going until 2021-01-01 12:00 UTC (7:00 AM EST) or until the conversation stops.
Go to http://hackerpublicradio.org for all the details
Also I just improvised the term "Mastodontists" while editing on the fly to fit under the post byte-limit, but I think I'm going to keep on using it and hopefully it will catch on.
I'm thinking of spinning up a #gemini server. I ran a #gopher instance (using `pygopherd`) for ages, but didn't really like it... but as Gemini uses a subset of #markdown, I may be more inclined to use it. Question is: which server daemon should I run? There are so many!
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