After 3 days of driving I'm convinced that Ontario never ends
Any podcast suggestions for a roadtrip? I downloaded some hardcore history episodes but want to listen to some other stuff. I've been really enjoying ReplyAll which is kinda journalism stuff based around the internet.
After sleeping on it, I think #Mastodon should rename ‘instances’ to ‘Communities.’
Instances feels too technical and I see even savvy people struggling to understand it.
I argue communities would make much more sense. It denotes much of the purpose behind _why_ this service has different instances, and many people will already be familiar with the concept from Reddit (the, what, sixth most popular site on the net?).
I'm about to drive ~11000 kilometers over the next few weeks. I've downloaded ~65 gigs of new music but I'm still terrified of running out of stuff to listen to
Ok I am not a fan of chess but my roadtrip partner for the next 4 weeks is a big chess fan.
A) how do I enjoy chess
B) what is a portable "quick" game comparable to chess that we can play
Oh damn the spam is real currently on Moosetodon
Go, #Fediverse! Go!
freecampsites.net is officially my favourite website ever. I've got a solid Google Map going of over 20 (4+ star rating) free campsite coordinates across Canada for my roadtrip next week.
Some of these are in gorgeous locations, nearby other campgrounds that charge somewhere in the range of $60 for an almost equivalent experience
Reading Jake Kerouac just makes me want to drink wine and hop trains across the states. It's not a bad idea, but I wonder how feasible it is to live a beat generation lifestyle these days.
I've done my share of backpacking and roughing it across countries but these guys were the OG bums, I love it
I feel like I remember saying either Calgary > Banff or Edmonton > Jasper is like the 'best' roadtrip in Canada? Is it one of those or am I thinking of something else
My Google fu is broken..
I'm looking for an android app that will put a website in a dedicated browser profile or container with its own history and sessions.
Like duplicate copies of firefox focus for a bunch of sites.