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Stuff Michael Meeks is doing
Up in the night. Rather encouraged to read Bradley Kuhn's take on
Gerv Markham's movement into the second phase of his mission to
Glorify God, and enjoy him forever cf. going
home. I'm particularly encouraged that someone in the feminist wing
can have learned something new of the meaning of tolerance and mutual
respect - it cheered my early morning. Pleased that at least in an
earlier era of the web when the ochlocracy was only starting to tool
up - that good people stood up and kept Gerv's head off the plate,
unlike another notable
historic critic of marriage ethics. Will really miss meeting up
with him at FOSDEMs variously, and his refreshing perspctive on many
topics and friendly advice.
Slideware hackery; sales and marketing call. Partner calls.
Elize & Emily over for a sleep-over. Watched
Marvel's Black Panther in the evening - bit
saddened by the animism - the redemption by technology instead of
healed relationship - and the somewhat inevitable Marvel violence;
but great to see some good black leads.
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Novell, The Document Foundation, Spaghetti Hurlers (International),
or anyone else.
It's also important to realise that I'm not in on the Swedish Conspiracy.
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