Most people would want to go straight to my computer collection or my photos on Flickr. Otherwise you can see what I have been doing recently:

December 6th

generic (feed #30) 10:21pm End of Year Results 2022

December 5th

librarything (feed #38) 10:19pm Added 4 books on LibraryThing. (Hide Details)
Terry Pratchett: A Life With Footnotes I, Millennial: One Snowflake's Screed Against Plague, Boomers, Billionaires & Everything Else Floppy Disk Fever: The Curious Afterlives of a Flexible Medium Endless Loop: The History of the BASIC Programming Language

November 26th

generic (feed #43) 12:20pm A better option for people would be to donate directly to a tree planting charity and print their own novelty certificate instead of giving money to a shady Hong Kong company...

November 25th

generic (feed #30) 5:21pm Monthly competitions in 2023

November 23rd

generic (feed #43) 5:58pm Can anyone help me find a thread about banning toxic people from your community? I saw it over the last few weeks but neglected for favourite/bookmark and can't find again. It talked about people that don't like being there, but also don't want to leave...

November 18th

librarything (feed #38) 11:46pm Added 4 books on LibraryThing. (Hide Details)
Open Circuits: The Inner Beauty of Electronic Components I Am NOT Fine, Thanks Engineering in Plain Sight: An Illustrated Field Guide to the Constructed Environment 222 QI Answers to Your Quite Ingenious Questions

November 12th

blog (feed #25) 4:55pm Getting on board with Mastodon

November 5th

generic (feed #46) 11:09am Blogged: Returning to a location https://t.co/ExM9dgfNMz
generic (feed #43) 11:06am Blogged: Returning to a locationhttps://popcorn.cx/blog/2022/11/returning-to-a-location/
blog (feed #25) 10:58am Returning to a location
flickr (feed #32) 10:06am Posted 8 photos on Flickr. (Hide Details)
Entrance gates (2016) Gazebo (2022) Gazebo (2016) Entrance gates (2022) Walkway (2016) Seat (2022) Seat (2016) Walkway (2022)

November 1st

librarything (feed #38) 4:54pm Added a book on LibraryThing.
Always Room for Christmas Pud

October 29th

generic (feed #43) 5:48pm It's a bit rough, but modified an existing script so now I can read my mastodon timeline via my email client: https://github.com/popcorncx/gmail-social
generic (feed #43) 2:08pm I shouldn't have been surprised that a URL posted on #mastodon is then the same URL when the post is viewed, not forced through a tracker...
generic (feed #46) 2:02pm On #mastodon as @popcorncx@aus.social
generic (feed #46) 1:19pm After learning that IKEA has their old catalogs online (https://t.co/2zKFqfqUV8) I had to look up the first appeara… https://t.co/2X6c8259nn
generic (feed #43) 1:19pm After learning that IKEA has their old catalogs online (https://ikeamuseum.com/en/digital/ikea-catalogues-through-the-ages/) I had to look up the first appearance of Billy in 1979:
generic (feed #46) 1:05pm IKEA has their catalogs online going back to 1950: https://t.co/DwDFx86PBx
generic (feed #43) 12:38pm Nice that #mastodon has RSS feeds as that is an easy way to get my own posts, but will need to look into the API so I can convert my home timeline into IMAP... because I still prefer using my email client as a universal inbox
generic (feed #43) 11:56am My name is Stephen and my #introduction is that I am a software developer in #Melbourne #Australia who loves learning how things work.I'm fascinated by engineering/technical history and that drives a lot of what i read, watch or listen to. I owe a huge debt to open source for what it underpins in my life, including allowing me to tinker with #homeautomationA big fan of comedy so not unexpected that I listen to a lot of comedy+history based podcasts.I like to get out with my camera and have a decent amount of #LEGO

October 25th

generic (feed #30) 10:01pm November 2022 ‘At the beach’ results

October 22nd

flickr (feed #32) 2:23pm Posted 6 photos on Flickr. (Hide Details)
Port Melbourne Rear Light P INC S Port Melbourne Front Light Ladder Approaching dusk Princes Pier

October 15th

generic (feed #46) 7:32pm Back in the @mcec plenary for @ProfBrianCox (with a bonus photobomb from @DoctorKarl) https://t.co/bSAKRYq8Kq
librarything (feed #38) 2:36pm Added 3 books on LibraryThing. (Hide Details)
What If? 2: Additional Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions The Skeptics' Guide to the Future Project Hail Mary

October 12th

generic (feed #46) 12:48pm Hey @humanitix_team how do I contact your Privacy Officer? Your privacy policy implies you have one, but can't find… https://t.co/GIaVscP7Oo