I’ve been trying to go back and tag all our episodes that have Rachel in them. You can see them at the link below. If I forgot any, let me know and I’ll update them they appear in this list.
It is proven! I am mikemchargue on Keybase: https://keybase.io/mikemchargue/sigchain#8ff9a4ea7079ee38f5fba4498f830133b7ad0ebb3ddb35619e98c86f78a765300f
@mastohost Any plans to add Keybase support? I see a lot of Mastodon instances showing up, and I’d love to verify my profile here.
@mike You have a very persuasive ad read for Kiwico. Both crates have been a big hit and I've had so much fun helping them. I'm hoping to have them try on their own next time.
I wanted an Ask Science Mike logo t-shirt to wear to Dragon con in September, but there are none for sale. Took advantage of a day off to create some fan art from a thrift store t-shirt and some fabric paint. I'm pretty happy with it. @mike
Today is Good Friday and Bicycle Day with is basically the most #TheLiturgists day possible.
Such a privilege & a joy to meet up with @mike for lunch & drinks today. So much fun!
You can beleive whatever you want to believe about the morality of various sexual orientations and gender identies. On social.theliturgists.com, honest questions are always welcome (assuming they are behind a content warning).
Telling people you don’t approve of their orientation or gender identity is not allowed. Full stop. This is an affirming environment.
This include telling people “the Bible” or “God” doesn’t approve of them.
Violations earn a one-way ticket to Bans-ville.
A new app just lauched today that helps automate secutiry and privacy on Twitter, Facebook, Google, and Amazon. I’m trying it out, and if they’re honest about the app architecture, this could be a really great service. It’s called Jumbo.
Seen on the greater fediverse (@intherain):
"If you’re looking for an ethical or open source or privacy-preserving alternative to just about any online service, here is a surprisingly comprehensive list: https://ethical.net/resources/
There were a few things missing, but there was also a ton of stuff I hadn't heard of before."
@mike you might find this useful in your quest to de-evil your social media experience (if you aren't already aware of it).
This is an instance for folks who follow The Liturgists Podcast, The Alien & The Robot, and other things The Liturgists create.