"It’s strange, isn’t it? The ideology of capitalism is that it is a system that generates immense abundance (so much stuff!). But in reality it is a system that relies on the constant production of scarcity.
This conundrum was first noticed back in 1804, and became known as the Lauderdale Paradox. Lauderdale pointed out that the only way to increase “private riches” (basically, GDP) was to reduce what he called “public wealth”, or the commons. To enclose things that were once free so that people have to pay in order to access them. To illustrate, he noted that colonialists would often even burn down trees that produced nuts and fruits so that local inhabitants wouldn’t be able to live off of the natural abundance of the earth, but would be forced to work for wages in order to feed themselves. "
Degrowth: A Call for Radical Abundance
As promised, here is a 60fps 1080p capture of my demo https://youtu.be/YL8Sq4WcpWQ
apparent Vim & Neovim security vulnerability
Apparently there's a code execution vulnerability in Vim & Neovim?
Enough folks on here use Linux distros that I'm passing this along out of an abundance of caution—I don't know much about the issue itself beyond the article.
some sort of fox | white | (?)
amateur girl. pretend gamedev.
hobbyist ruby/lisp developer. extremely tired.