Saturday: Mozilla and Bixby

This morning, I tried more ideas for fixing the remaining endianness bugs in Mozilla's graphics engine.  I found a few more leads but so far no progress on cracking the image decoding issue. It was a beautiful day out and my allergies are waning since it's finally autumn, so we took my gran out and… Continue reading Saturday: Mozilla and Bixby

Identity, shame, stigma, and intolerance

I have seen a great number of people in the past few years disavow being a part of a culture or community that they once enjoyed or identified with due to an influx of sexism, nationalism, or other intolerance. I feel like this is a mistake and will only serve to strengthen intolerance amongst the… Continue reading Identity, shame, stigma, and intolerance

How trans-people are really people, like all of us

Having spent a considerable and unfortunate amount of time around bigoted people, I came to a rather interesting train of thought that I want to share widely. Let me start by asking you a simple question: would you treat a woman differently based on whether or not she had an appendectomy performed? What about a… Continue reading How trans-people are really people, like all of us