Haven't posted here for a while, again.
I still have an hard time fully integrating masto into my life online; I still mainly post on the hellish birdsite.
The main reason is that I use twitter mainly to post what I do, it's how I communicate my work to the world and it is how I found most of my jobs and contracts.
So, it's not going to change any time soon.
And for now it feels kind of weird posting the same-ish thing on both platform.
So, I don't know yet, I love being here, it feels way better than twitter and I can probably move all my non work/art related stuff here; but maybe I should post what I create here as well.
Quick update on personal wiki/site/stuff project:
I'm trying out notion.so, not sure if I will end up using it directly or just to test out structure and stuff, but it seems to be an interesting solution for now for a non dev like me.
Maybe not the most elegant or lightweight solution, but it should help me having something up and running quickly enough.
Will have to look into the unofficial python API too.
"If microchips have never been invented, that's exactly what a digital watch would look today."
"The Clock", free-form electronics digital clock made by Gislain Benoit. http://techno-logic-art.com/clock.htm
us in the cabal club are spending the next 7 weeks creating a subjective moderation system for cabal: a volunteer-driven & open source p2p project for resilient chat. 
we think it's important to ground the implementation in lived experiences, hearing concerns, and just listening to other people a bit
we're looking for people to interview & prioritizing those who identify as trans and/or women. please dm me if you are interested
I start to have a small collection of .txt notes (now more using "Left" for convenience and more organized docs) and, I think I need a platform to post them.
I'd love a more centralized solution to post other stuff too in the future in a more organized way (a wiki? ) but in the meantime, what platform/website do use or recommend to blog?
Illustration from 'Zen and the Art of the Macintosh - Discoveries on the Path to Computer Enlightenment', Michael Green, 1988
I try to do pixel art in my bedroom for a living.
Kafuka.ME is a general instance that has a few 'highlight focuses':
and Emulation/Retro Computing!