I have to admit that I use Google Translate a lot for checking my sentences in Gàidhlig. Now I found an alternative front-end for Google Translate, serving as a free and open source translator for a whole raft of languages. You can even host it yourself: Lingva
The official instance is
More information on this github site:
Because language creates our reality:
On New Year's Day, a friend asked us to address him with different #pronouns. He/him became she/her.
Some acquaintances continued to mostly speak of 'him'. And to this day, they still stumble over 'she' and repeatedly address her incorrectly.
I (did) consistently use the 'new' pronouns. Towards her, but also when I talk about her. In my mind, I no longer see her as 'he'.
I changed my (and her) reality.
It didn't hurt.
You can do it, too!
Happy 25th Anniversary! Join us in celebrating 25 years of community values, software freedom and friendship.
Just in case you don't already follow my scintillating feed on pixelfed :)
Facebook-owned Whatsapp being down is a reminder that you and your friends should probably be using a more private, non-profit alternative like @Signalapp anyway (or another open-source app of your choice).
It's just as free, and takes like 30 seconds to switch.
And Sutherland won 3 goals to 2.
A great game with loads of action and two stretchered off!
There was also a yellow card from the ref but, overall, a well behaved competition 😁
We are back home now to put our foster chickens to bed 🐔🐔🐔🐔🐔 👍
Sorry, didn't say, its Sutherland v clachnacudden
Some chat about it here:
Assynt based Scot.
Born in the North East moved to the West
Likes Motorcycles, Guitars, Computers, Open source.