↪️ replying to: https://vadimkravcenko.com/shorts/owner-vs-manager/
I think, I'm more a project manager
↪️ replying to: https://mastodon.social/@dorinlazar/110000173015055583
Let’s see if my micropub server works 😁
Holy shit!!! monocle is so awesome!
Test from Quill 😄
🔁 repost of: https://seths.blog/2023/02/the-unaware-snoop/
Wow, Seth's idea in his blog post about using ChaGPT or some kind of AI to help with company communication is dope! I think it would be awesome to try this out for my own email too, so I can get answers from everyone involved. It's gonna be a fun new project to work on!
Hey parents out there! Just a friendly reminder to be careful with how we talk to our kids. It's not fair to blame them for our own problems, even if we're feeling miserable or sick. It can be really tough for kids to handle that kind of pressure, and it's not their responsibility to fix everything.
Instead, let's try to be compassionate and understanding with our children. If we're struggling, we can share our feelings with them in an age-appropriate way and ask for their support. But let's make sure they know that they're not to blame for our struggles. Let's give them the love and care they deserve, and create a safe and nurturing environment for them to grow and thrive in.
On this day, February 26th, in 1848, the French physicist Hippolyte Fizeau conducted an experiment that measured the speed of light with remarkable accuracy. Fizeau used a beam of light to measure the speed at which it traveled through a spinning cogwheel, which had precisely spaced teeth. By timing how long it took for the light to pass through the gaps between the teeth as the wheel spun, Fizeau was able to calculate the speed of light to within 5% of the modern-day value. This experiment was a groundbreaking achievement in the field of optics and paved the way for future discoveries in the study of light and its properties.
iPhone 14 Pro silicon case gets dusty. Too much.
How to watch the Star Wars movies in order
- Episode 4
- Episode 5
- Episode 6
- Episode 1
- Episode 2
- Episode 3
- Episode 7
- Episode 8
- Episode 9
Attractive female students no longer earned higher grades when classes moved online during COVID-19. psypost.org
A summary about what's happening now with Mastodon communities and how they’re feeling about newcomers from Twitter
Mastodon is basically your mum saying ‘We don’t need to spend good money on expensive Twitter - I’ll knit you one’
Metathesiophobia - Fear of things and or people changing.
Think about Twitter and Mastodon as a physical rooms. A church, a library and a bar are all rooms. But they've got different affordances, and different norms.
It's hard to get a beer in most churches, and it's often too loud to read in a bar. But each time you enter that room, you have a basic understanding of what the rules of the space are, and how you might conduct yourself. Twitter is often just one big room.
The big room has advantages - you hear interesting voices you otherwise wouldn't. But we need smaller, special purpose rooms as well. A political conversation between strangers might demand careful moderation, a chat between friends does not.
🔁 repost of: https://twitter.com/fact/status/1589219657063534593
Two NASA satellites are chasing each other around Earth, tracking the distance between the two – Their names are Tom and Jerry.
Suggesting Mastodon as an alternative to Twitter is like suggesting Linux as an alternative to Windows.
Find three hobbies: one to make you money, one to keep you in shape, and one to keep you creative.
When you post something on the web, it should belong to you, not a corporation. Too many companies have gone out of business and lost all of their users’ data. By joining the IndieWeb, your content stays yours and in your control.