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Technology is the cause of all the braindrain

Written on: 2024-02-12



I haven't finished reading Amusing ourselves to death. But it is kind of obvious that the result of technology's effects on youth and how tech companies pursue this abuse of cocktail concoction of dig…

The problem with today's research and academic writing

Written on: 2024-02-12



A recent study about how citations are manipulatable have caused controversy in the integrity and honesty of those in academia.

Non-technicals, why am I not a purist, and other stuff

Written on: 2024-01-12



Updated on: 2024-01-14

At least 2 years being part of open source, I feel like I am witnessing an age where the future of open source and its movement is uncertain. Open source has come a long way where computing has become…

What to look forward on 2024

Written on: 2023-12-31



To be honest I am just writing this out of boredom. I have lots of plans for next year and I was hoping they won't go awry, at least.

Opinion: Sustainable development is unsustainable

Written on: 2023-12-19



How come that the most sought after solution to our problems in sustainability is actually NOT REAL?

I am trying out kakoune again

Written on: 2023-11-22



testing out an editor that inspired helix

Why Philippine Institutions Should Use FOSS

Written on: 2023-10-01



Updated on: 2023-10-11

raising awareness about Free and Open Source Software in the Filipino Nation

I decided to move back to helix

Written on: 2023-09-30



Emacs is good but it's not for me.

Change of plans and priorities

Written on: 2023-09-26



Updated on: 2023-09-26T17:10:39Z

what it means for my future

First impressions on my first non-Google email provider

Written on: 2023-09-19



Updated on: 2023-09-20T21:28:31Z

my first step in de-Googling

I should have learned about state machines!

Written on: 2023-09-15



How to think logic as a form of states

Packaging Crystal Software for openSUSE

Written on: 2023-07-31



a tutorial on how to package Crystal software

My Migration to Emacs

Written on: 2023-07-22



it's the way, and the life 😭

Not Threads, Not Twitter. Come Join Us!

Written on: 2023-07-18



The Fediverse is growing. Join now!

VSCodium Flatpak on openSUSE Aeon

Written on: 2023-07-14



Updated on: 2023-07-15

a small short guide on how to setup VSCodium Flatpak on an immutable desktop

Journey to openSUSE

Written on: 2023-06-09



here i share my linux journey

How should you choose a distro?

Written on: 2023-05-12



a guide for new and old time users alike

Is Linux (as a desktop) normie friendly already?

Written on: 2023-04-27



Updated on: 2023-04-29

we are not there yet and maybe for a long time

I switched to Hyprland

Written on: 2023-04-25



a new workflow that i may stay for a while

Why am I still using Firefox?

Written on: 2023-04-22



features, controversies, and the state of the web

Technologies I will learn in 2023

Written on: 2023-01-03



a quick short post of what I want to learn

Julia x Zellij

Written on: 2022-12-19



a short post about how this workflow works

Writing my own tree-sitter grammar

Written on: 2022-12-14



Updated on: 2023-04-02

and for a good reason

My experience with Zola

Written on: 2022-12-10



And why I love it

My experience in Mastodon and Federation

Written on: 2022-12-08



Updated on: 2023-04-02

and why i think it's a breath of fresh air in social networking

A new fresh blog site

Written on: 2022-12-04



Updated on: 2023-04-02

and why i decided to create a new theme

Articles from blogs I follow around the net

Agile is a tainted term

Oh no, not another agile article. But at least this one isn't attempting to teach or reconcile. I'm not going to talk about the difference between agile and Agile™ nor will I try to convince you of my favorite flavor of Agile™. Instead, I'm here to assert …

via pcloadletter February 16, 2024

You Must Read At Least One Book To Ride

Two things are true. The first is going to sound bad in a culture where engineers are encouraged to apologize for existing while it is totally acceptable for a grifter that can't code to insist that they're a "thought leader". It is that, in my immediate p…

via Ludicity February 15, 2024

Code injection or backdoor: A new look at Ivanti’s CVE-2021-44529

This is yet another, “Ron got nerdsniped by a thing and wasted enough time that he needs something to show for it” blog. Which, come to think of it, are pretty much all my blogs. :) Recently, a tweet from Steven Seeley (ϻг_ϻε) caught my eye - an exploit fo…

via GreyNoise Labs February 15, 2024

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