@GeoffWozniak Evince is certainly more feature-complete, I'd say. It has much better support for annotations, and a much better copy/paste UI.

Zathura doesn't have as many dependencies, feels snappier, and has pluggable rendering backends, which may be relevant if you're low on resources.

I use Evince for my day-to-day stuff.

I highly encourage everyone who hasn't see Ian Danskin's The Alt-Right Playbook series to watch it.

I see shitheads on the fediverse use basically every tactic Ian mentions in their "arguments" and it is important to understand what the fuck they are doing and why.


Galaxies come in various shapes. In general they can be spirals (M101), barred spirals - a bar through the core (M109), elliptical - kind of ball shaped (M87), or irregular with no real shape (M82). #astrophoto

god, why do people keep trying to inject politics into my community defined solely by its radical response to encroaching intellectual property law

@luka Wow! Always nice to see familiar faces featured in such important publications. Time to start listening!

Five of six artists featured in this 'Bandcamp Daily' article about Slovenian experimental electronic music scene come from our netlabel #Kamizdat! Uhhh!


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Where did you buy the Jinhao and which model is it?

iroshizuku is probably my favorite ink of all times. :)

@lapor Yup, it's really extensive, and a lot of the sounds are actual field recordings the author made himself.

(I'm also a big fan of the aesthetics of the website for some reason. :))

I was looking for a Linux-native app, but couldn't find any! Thanks for the link to Focusli. I don't use GNOME, but it's good to know it's there.

I've noticed that having non-music background noise in my headphones works wonders for my focus.

There are quite a few sites that generate these out there (Noisli comes to mind), but yesterday I found this one and it totally rocks:


My favorite feature is "Slider Animation" which configurably changes the volume of components of the "noise" through time, meaning you're not constantly listening to the same thing (yet it's subtle enough not to be distracting). Ingenious.

Over the past few years I've written several checklists for trips ranging from 1-2 days to 3-4 weeks, and I peruse then regularly. I'm sure I'd be a total wreck without them.

I really wish veg*ism wasn't presented as such an aggressive, black-and-white moral issue. When you tell someone that every time they eat meat they're committing murder, their only options are to change their lifestyle completely, feel shitty whenever they eat meat, or reject that narrative outright. Most people go for the last

But the fact is, our meat-heavy diet isn't sustainable, and we'll have to change it eventually if our species is to survive. So every step you take *is* helpful

Try to eat less meat. If you do eat meat, make less of it red meat. When eating plants, try and eat in season (and local, if possible). Try out some meat substitutes and meatless recipes - they're better than you think

But don't get overwhelmed trying to change everything at once, because by any measure you're better off doing a little than nothing at all

I don't think a scale is crucial; neither is a stopwatch. They're just tools for folks with OCD and/or getting a consistent brew. I do Aeropress at work without either, by just eyeballing it.

V60 is much cleaner than the French Press and it's less intense. It's basically filter coffee, and it's barely more complicated than the FP (+ it's much faster).

I'll gladly make you a few cups one day, it's fun. :)

@sexybiggetje It really is!

I've been reluctant to try it because I've read that it requires a gooseneck kettle and that it's really quirky, but I found one at a local coffee shop for a decent price and decided to pull the trigger.

As usual, the interwebs tend to complicate things more than necessary. I've used the plainest old kettle and followed Rao's tutorial and I loved it! It'll be a nice companion to the AeroPress. :)

Finally bought a V60 for home brewing & gave Scott Rao's tutorial (youtube.com/watch?v=c0Qe_ASxfN) a go -- it made an incredibly tasty cup of .

@mike Unfortunately, the feature that allowed people to build these types of answers is deprecated:


As far as I know, they haven't made a replacement. You can see a list of all instant answers here:


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The instance by the group behind Razmjena vještina & the Hacklab in Mama, Zagreb.