Reminder to self: Firefox has a built-in screenshot function, including making full page (beyond the visible window) images. It's just under the "..." (page actions menu)!
support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/f

🏴‍☠️📚💻#XPUB Special Issue 09💻📚🏴‍☠️

Interfacing the Law 3 / The #Library is Open

Thursday June 20th, 2019
Leeszaal West #Rotterdam
13:30-18:00

Three free #Workshops: Marginal Conversations, Knowledge in Action, Blurry Boundaries

w-wat? issue.xpub.nl/09

"Multiple bodies" ... Turns out html tables can have multiple tbody elements to make groups of rows. HTML you keep surprising me. developer.mozilla.org/en-US/do

Help us put this account on the front page of the #fediverse by boosting this toot. 😜

#lgm #lgm19 #lgm2019 #LibreGraphicsMeeting

Yet another inspiring talk by @aiscarvalho & @rlafuente on terminology and the incredible vagueness behind the term #OpenDesign

#lgm19

Just arrived at #lgm19 and love the beautiful poster image. Anyone know who made it?

The final ROM of What Remains is out! 🎉🎊

What Remains is an 8-bit interactive fiction and adventure video game for the #NES about environmental issues, the manipulation of public opinion, and whistleblowing.

iodinedynamics.com/whatremains

Shell script for collating/imposing a one-sheet mini zine layout from a 8-pages PDF document, using the Open Source command line tool pdfjam:

#!/bin/sh

input_pdf=$1
output_pdf="mini_zine-$input_pdf"

pdfjam --angle '180' --outfile /dev/stdout -- $input_pdf 1,8,7,6 | pdfjam --nup '4x2' --landscape --frame 'false' --outfile $output_pdf -- /dev/stdin - $input_pdf 2-5

#zines #zine #minizine #opensource #commandline

This Sunday I'll be performing again "Etudes pour le livecoding a une main" at WORM!
worm.org/production/algo-rhyth

Where do you go to hang out with other hackers in Berlin? Any queer groups? 🌸✨
#berlin #hackers #queer #webdevelopment

Last days of the exhibition 'Data Workers'! We got a nice article on Metropolis M: metropolism.com/nl/features/38

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