As of now, Republican state legislatures across the country have filed and are passing legislation that makes it harder for people to vote. It’s already too difficult to most people vote, but they’re doing everything they can to put up even more roadblocks for people, not to ensure safe voting, but to keep anyone from voting against Republicans.
We must pass H.R. 1 through the U.S. Senate.
H.R. 1 will create automatic voter registration across the country, expand early voting and enhance absentee voting, simplify voting by mail, reduce long lines and wait times for voters, and modernize America’s voting system.(There’s a lot more – read what’s in the bill here: https://sarbanes.house.gov/issues/hr-1-the-for-the-people-act)
Senate confirms Merrick Garland as Biden's attorney general
Reminder for #Louisiana voters:
If you live in Louisiana's 2nd district, early voting is going on now through March 13th for a special election you have on March 20th to fill a U.S. House seat.
All elections matter! Make sure you vote if this election is yours. #SpecialElections #Vote
Early voting begins for Louisiana’s 2nd Congressional District –
Hey, fedi! I’m gonna hold a 10-minute talk at work about website bloat. How do *you* measure bloat? Is it the number of kB loaded? The speed of rendering? The number of calls made? The amount of JS loaded/used? The image:text ratio? Something else?
I’ve looked at webbloatscore.com as a starting point, and the oldie but goldie Motherfucking Website. Any other fun or interesting resources you’d like to point me to?
it is a show that is a product of its time so yknow, 70s morals shine through, but honestly i still really love columbo
here's some reasons why you may also enjoy it
**'At least you're not a cat!' Congress video goes wrong**
"A US congressman made an unusual appearance when struggling with his video conferencing technology."
Seeking input or trashtalk.
I got a new-to-me Win10PC. 32 Gigs of RAM, W00t!
I'm going to dual boot linux and today I'm thinking KDE or Kubuntu. I'm used to Ubuntu (since the original Gnome days) and currently UbuntuDDE.
Based on the enthusiasm I see for KDE, I figure I might as well broaden my horizons beyond Ubuntu.
Investment banker, Deadhead, cat owner.
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