@nindokag i'm a programmer. unix parts wanted. never liked linux. don't play games much. generally stick to defaults. since i spend so much time on it, seemed worth the money. never needed ultra high specs (on MacBook air)
@zacharius looked fixed. thanks :)
@kureshii I push my energy into something I needed to, but pushed off due to laziness (cleaning something, accounting, etc.). Taking a break at the gym helps. Also, I tell myself that whenever I'm in an emotional state, I usually forget about it after a few months and barely think about it.
anyone else seeing the CSS mess up for toot web links? i tried on multiple browsers. @zacharius?
@BruceJia Didn't see it that way, but I see what you mean. I read his other papers in a book called world society, he dives into myths of the political left and the rationalization of global government bodies after. Tried to see if he had lots of gems there, but found a lot of complex wording and a few things.
left vs right = forager vs farmers? hanson and alexander's take.
Institutionalized Organizations: Formal Structure as Myth and Ceremony
"Algebra is concerned with manipulation in time and geometry is concerned with space. These are two orthogonal aspects of the world, and they represent two different points of view in mathematics."
@saamdaamdandbhed directed me to this one. Thanks again.
Origins of Impersonal Markets in Commercial and Communication Revolutions of Europe---thanks to the commercial revolution at the Atlantic coast and the printing press
@saamdaamdandbhed Not sure how to continue.... although, I found the algebra/geometry distinction fascinating. Thanks for the link!
@ykgoon although, after looking it up, the plant is native to india, but the English brought high demand.
@ykgoon yep, China > England > India.
To avoid polluted water, the West drank alcohol, while the East boiled water. I have family and friends that are still paranoid about non-boiled water.
Since Islam banned alcohol, did they just ban the innovation without a replacement? Did India have a solution too? Think Tea was introduced by the English?
@vgr Rules are the way most people to navigate through civilization. I'm not sure if people can without them. It's scalable, but unable to adapt to nature.
@vgr I found it useful to follow your mastodon account via RSS because it follows your toots and replies. Kinda wish i could do that via the UI, as some discussion threads get lost.
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