This too is a neat person's history: https://engineering.purdue.edu/~ee255/design_hub_files/References/Pederson-profile.pdf
A really nice person history I found here: https://www.eskimo.com/information/history/
@socrates Thank you for the lead :) You might be surprised that I didn't know that I had to click my profile picture (currently a smiling blue elephant) to show my profile page on the web UI.
@socrates Hi, do you know how I can get a list of my followers on the web UI?
https://www.economist.com/international/2018/06/16/after-decades-of-triumph-democracy-is-losing-ground observes a strategy for turning a democracy into an autocracy.
Got #fsfbulletin and that's why I ended up with Mastodon. The FSF letter writes, "P.S. We'd love to know that this letter reached you. Please post a message with your favorite microblogging service using the hastag #fsfbulletin saying so. We like gnu.io/social, joinmastodon.org, and joindiaspora.com. See fsf.org/share for how to follow the FSF on those networks."
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