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@otaviocc I have been using a similar feature in Inoreader for a while. Would recommend. I can't create unlimited addresses, but I love that the address I use has nothing to do with any other email domain I use.


@ddanielson I think the repercussions of COVID restrictions will resonate for a very long time. For some of us, it underscored what we already knew and believed about our communities. I think many were shocked and saddened.


@ReaderJohn Great question! I use ones that go behind the head and sort of clamp to my skull. I’m a bit of a bass junky so the low-end is disappointing on some tracks. I like them because I’m prone to ear infections and these let my ears breathe. Also, they are light enough and comfortable enough to wear for several hours at a time. Not good for lying in bed, though, where ear buds might make more sense.



@UndamnedOne Also? Ágætis Byrjun is personally a deeply felt favorite. I’ll put my hand on my heart and rise to face Iceland


@UndamnedOne I was only 5 when it was released, but Dark Side of the Moon has passed 50, and other albums I have loved have had 40th anniversary re-releases




@pimoore I have complicated relationship with my name, too. Whether or not you were to legally change your name, you certainly have every right to be called something that you feel is meaningful, empowering, or enjoyable. Cultures have differnet customs with names. Some shed birth names at adulthood. Some names arrive after an initiation. It seems like you have been through plenty. And if I may make a strange suggestion, expressing yourself pseudonymously, through a pen name, can help validate your feelings about who you really are.