Recent Days in Scuttlebutt
A Note From The Editor
I've been observing a trend lately, where people write interesting posts and mention them here on SSB but post them on the web. I feel like, if you wrote it, and it's worth mentioning here, then it's usually worth sharing here.
Cross-posting to SSB is totally acceptable, even appreciated. Also, it's nice to be able to discover, read, and comment on your stuff all in one place.
Also, it just feels wrong when those posts are about distributed offline goodness, and are mention, but not shared here in our distributed offline goodness.
@dangerousbeans is Using D3 to visualize ssb activity across a procedurally generated hexmap of islands
@Dominic sailed some islands and taught us a bit more about sailboats.
@coopchange shared a beautiful sunset and a link to a post about good podcasts they've found recently.
They also started a discussion on this topic:
I think we need a name for this concept. If your “self-identity” is who you think you are, your other identity is who other people think you are.
You don’t have as much ownership of your other identity as you do your self identity, because it’s a model in someone else’s head. But you can influence it by hooking into things that will give them a different idea of you.
@Kathleen Marie shared a recipe for Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies. As a result, I now want cookies.
@Will Schenk MacBook shared some photos from NYCResistor's 10th Annual Interactive show: Solar Punk
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