Dad Lunchbox Joke of the Day: What did the shy pebble wish? 

Everyone with a role in Gov't IT (especially decision-making) needs to read this little episode of software and IT-in-Government history: in 2002, this is a letter Microsoft Peru sent to a congressman in the Republic of Peru's gov't: opensource.org/docs/msFUD_to_p Here's Congressman Edgar Villanueva Nuñez superb (it hugely inspired me at the time) response: opensource.org/docs/peru_and_m Some people are convinced that Microsoft is now the "good guys". Those people are mistaken.

Tucker has his finger on the pulse of the real people in this country. Incredible monologue.

"The candidate who makes it easier for 30 year olds to get married and have kids will win the election and will deserve to win."

youtube.com/watch?time_continu

A hangover, written so well, you can feel it.

from Lucky Jim by Kingsley Amis.

Want to #DeGoogle and stop using their fonts on your website? This post shows you how:

kevq.uk/how-to-self-host-your-

@anarchistquotes quoted an article by Bob Black, "The Abolition of Work". It caught my interest, and I've put up a copy of it:

vsta.org/andy/abolition_work.h

Dad Lunchbox Joke of the Day: Did you hear about when the past, present and future walked into a bar? 

Say goodbye to annoying notification requests (unless you want them, in which case they're just a click away).

t.co/SMP1zcp2tB tweeted by @Firefox

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