The Daily Shaarli

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August 23, 2019

Hello Games appear to be keeping an eye on Steam Play with No Man's Sky, temp fix needed for NVIDIA | GamingOnLinux
« It seems Hello Games are keeping an eye on Steam Play as well, with a recent update changelog noting "Fixed Steam VR in Linux." »

Comme pour Warframe ya quelques mois (https://links.nekoblog.org/?syHetA), c'est tjrs sympa de voir des dévs se préoccuper des joueurs sous Linux alors que leur jeu est Windows only.
the artist unfortunately known as sur Twitter : "Fascism is not back again because of one man or his rhetoric. Fascism is back for the same reason it first appeared: capitalism is in crisis and requires regular, public and gratuitous displays of violence …
« Fascism is not back again because of one man or his rhetoric. Fascism is back for the same reason it first appeared: capitalism is in crisis and requires regular, public and gratuitous displays of violence to maintain its hold over the working class. »
Incendies : l’Amazonie paie la politique du président Brésilien
41 Strange sur Twitter : "Wooden cottage in Poland designed by Polish architect Sebastian Pitoń https://t.co/G5kVPHALW9" / Twitter
Gillian Anderson sur Twitter : "My favourite thing ever. You have seriously made my birthday… "
:)

« Gillian Anderson  as dildos a thread
Happy birthday @GillianA »
https://twitter.com/loriperrynicks/status/1159869684566626304
Minecraft's Notch Would Rather Be a Fascist Than Have a 'Feminine Dick'
Article de mars 2019 (CW : transphobie)
Steam Play passes six thousand Windows games playable on Linux, according to ProtonDB | GamingOnLinux
Chiffre à prendre avec quelques pincettes, j'ai vu pas mal de reports surnotés. Mais ce reste impressionnant quand même.
K*ll the Fascists 👁‍🗨 Save the Forest sur Twitter : "White people will never solve climate change. Whiteness could never because it’s too busy deflecting collective responsibility of colonial capitalist, white supremacy, root causes of climate change. S…
« White people will never solve climate change. Whiteness could never because it’s too busy deflecting collective responsibility of colonial capitalist, white supremacy, root causes of climate change. Shifting blame towards marginalized folks who are most affected by change. »
Ethan Lee sur Twitter : "When I first saw Bastion I hadn't even explored the idea of professional game programming work (let alone Linux games); 10 years later I've now had my hands on all of their games! (And before you ask, yes, we've kept in touch about HADES...)
Commissions Open Dorian sur Twitter : "Live footage of the guy inside my brain making it run… "
Sister Outrider sur Twitter : "The best way to honour Toni Morrison is to continue her legacy by celebrating and supporting Black female writers. So here’s a thread of fantastic women whose work you should read."
« .@yomiadegoke is one of the most interesting and exciting writers I know. Her commentary is always spot on, and has a way of getting you to think deeply about things we’re encouraged to take for granted. She co-authored Slay in Your Lane with the phenomenal @lizuvie.

.@salenagodden’s poetry nourishes the soul. She’s brilliant at recognising inequalities without ever being defeatist. There is so much joy in her words. And Salena’s autobiography is luminous from start to finish.

.@LawrencePatrice has written some of the most gripping YA fiction going in modern day Britain. Her characters are compelling and full of complications - their stories remind readers of how important compassion is.

I always recommend @JackieKayPoet - not just because she gave a blueprint for life as a Black Scottish lesbian, but because there is so much delight and generosity of spirit in her work. Every word counts. She’s also really funny. Proud that Jackie is our Poet Makar.

Another writer who definitely deserves celebrating is @KGuilaine. She’s insightful, compassionate, and observant. Her work is a rich resource on the psychology of racism.

.@renireni wrote one of the most topical and necessary books imaginable with Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race. It’s political but never esoteric - and, like all of her articles, a cracking good read.

Alice Walker gets a lot of appreciation - all of it earned. Her prose, poetry, and non-fiction are all spellbinding. Walker’s words offer a mixture of sustenance and guidance for Black women trying to find our way in this world.

.@Nnedi Okorafor writes such original, delightful stories. She’s unafraid to leave traditional genres or  narrative styles behind, and her work is all the richer for being written entirely in her own voice. Mind-blowing stuff.

N.K. Jemisin is one of the finest fantasy writers ever. Her Broken Earth trilogy is fascinating, the characters and world both a joy to witness. If you haven’t read her books, read them. If you have read her books, do yourself a favour & read them again.

.@Sianaarrgh is a woman of many talents. The only thing better than reading her poetry is watching her perform it live. Her debut collection, Elephant, is outstanding. I’m looking forward to whatever she publishes next.

Yaa Gyasi seamlessly blends the past with the present with her debut novel, Homegoing. It’s one of the best debuts I have ever read, and you’ll wish that you could stay with every character. Read her writing!

.@IamTobiOredein is not only a fantastic writer but an innovator. In true Morrison spirit, she built a platform (@BlackBalladUK) that’s all about Black women’s stories. Her own work is especially poignant, and has a warmth that I find irresistible.

.@IrenosenOkojie’s books are unlike anything I’ve ever read. They’re lush worlds to inhabit, and her descriptive language is especially beautiful. She writes magnificent speculative fiction.

This list is by no means exhaustive. Please do add more Black women writers. But right now I am too tired to continue it, so am going to raise a glass to the one and only Toni Morrison.

Andrea Levy captured so many aspects of Black British life with her books. She wrote with a great deal of honesty and heart, as well as a distinctive voice. Every one of her novels is worth reading at least once.

Quite rightly, @angiecthomas is taking YA by storm. Her novels both have the power to make you laugh and cry. Although political, her writing is never preachy. Epic storytelling rooted in the magic of Black girlhood.

With Children of Blood and Bone, @tomi_adeyemi drew upon Yoruba culture to create a world filled with magic, power struggles, and the most exquisite range of characters. Her work embodies all the best possibilities of  YA fantasy.

I first encountered @catwrote at @BareLit, and bought The Princess of Caribou straight away. Her writing challenges the ubiquity of whiteness in British historical fiction and tells so many fantastic, engaging stories.

.@Malikabooker's poetry is like feeling the sun on your skin. She weaves rich stories from deftly chosen words, and in my personal favourite poem explores a lesbian relationship between Ruth & Naomi from the scriptures: where you go, I shall go. Daring, woman-centric work.

A social worker, activist, and cultural commentator, @FeministaJones is a woman of many talents. She's also an excellent writer, and her book - Reclaiming Our Space - is essential Black feminist reading. FJ is amazing.

Negroland, Margo Jefferson's autobiography, is one of the most precise and thought-provoking books I've every read. Sharply observant, she paints an extraordinary picture of Black bougie life in 1950s America.

If you’re ever looking for books to restore your sense of wonder, everything and anything written by Maya Angelou will do the trick. She writes about life with such style and flair that you can’t help but feel delight.

You should also read books by the genre-bending marvel that is @YrsaDaleyWard. Her poetry and memoir are dazzling, and full of valuable insights into the politics of belonging.

The writing of Audre Lorde is more relevant now than ever. The lyricism of her poetry and incisive political analysis within her essays both give Black women the tools we need to survive in an increasingly hostile world.

.@malorieblackman will, in my heart, always be Britain’s Children’s Laureate. Her books cover everything from space travel to a world where the hierarchy of race is completely flipped. She’s a truly visionary writer. »
Leaked documents show Brazil’s Bolsonaro has grave plans for Amazon rainforest | openDemocracy
'He wants to destroy us': Bolsonaro poses gravest threat in decades, Amazon tribes say | World news | The Guardian
Bolsonaro opposé aux études de philo et de sociologie
Joshua 4 Congress sur Twitter : "Amazon is paying people to do anti-union propaganda on social media. WalMart is firing people for posting anything pro-union online. Bosses are threatening to fire employees who talk to pro-union people on Twitter. The bos…
« Amazon is paying people to do anti-union propaganda on social media.

WalMart is firing people for posting anything pro-union online.

Bosses are threatening to fire employees who talk to pro-union people on Twitter.

The bosses in our country are scared. Unionize your workplace. »
the artist unfortunately known as sur Twitter : "“Eat the rich”: -gross -kinda weird -don’t know where they’ve been “Use the rich as fertilizer”: -good for the environment -still menacing -everyone loves wood chippers" / Twitter
« “Eat the rich”:
-gross
-kinda weird
-don’t know where they’ve been

“Use the rich as fertilizer”:
-good for the environment
-still menacing
-everyone loves wood chippers »
A small 3D-printed NAS - Chapelier Fou
et aussi https://www.instructables.com/id/A-Raspberry-Pi-NAS-That-Really-Look-Like-a-NAS/
https://blog.alexellis.io/hardened-raspberry-pi-nas/
MudRunner 2 se dévoile et se nomme en fait SnowRunner - Actu - Gamekult