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I'm a , functional programmer (, , , soon , user) and (differential topology, ).

Arts-wise, I love to do (have a look at and .

My philosophical and ethical viewpoints: I love and sentient beings a lot, I'm and . I think that, second to our ability to feel, our creativity is what makes us most valuable.

Some words of encouragement for your day. image apparently from Dungeon Crawl Classics, Doug Kovacs.

“When you are dead, you do not know you are dead. It's only painful & difficult for others. The same applies when you are stupid.” [1] –– Ricky Gervais


So apparently these are Lissajous #curves

and they are so pretty

Basically, this is why I love #maths

@linux Unix user since 2002. Linux user since 2003.

Removed Windows completely in 2006, decided against using it for anything, ever because the bloody thing just does not work. No regrets ever since.

Passwords on their own are becoming increasingly insecure and that's always going to be the case. Using long garbled passwords with a password manager and 2fa on everything is the best bet to keep your shit secure.

I'm tempted to make a FOSS streaming platform that's libre free, gratis free, ad-free and nazi-free.

Over four million Internet users have signed the petition against the Directive. Now, it's time to call your MEP directly and tell them #Article11 and #Article13 would be a catastrophe for free expression and competition online.

Europe: What began as a bad idea has become an outright crisis for the future of the Internet as we know it: the #CopyrightDirective is headed for a final vote. There's never been a moment where your voice mattered more. #SaveOurInternet

This is the last moment to make your voice heard. Together, we’re going to make sure that every MEP knows that the voters of Europe are watching them and taking note of how they vote.

Please don't let articles 11/13 pass. It's such a bullshit, it's unbelievable.

Please do something if you can.

'There goes all your security features to shit'
A local privilege-escalation vulnerability in Canonical’s snapd package has been uncovered, which would allow any user to obtain administrator privileges and immediate root access to affected Linux system servers.

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