If labour hours are going to be the metric of which a worker is compensated, as many leftists want, then it is vital that those who study are both compensated and paid for their time during studying. With this I mean that they are both compensated for any school fees (you might not attend school in a socialist country, for example) and you are also provided a living wage just as any worker would.
I have an unhealthy obsession with printing, typewriters and printers. The best cure for this horrible affliction is, of course, to stimulate it by bringing an ancient, but hardly forgotten, relic of our digital times back to life: the OKI Microline 320 Elite; for short ML320EL.
It always worries me that whenever I'm talking about Norse culture or showing appreciation for it, that I'm gonna get someone thinking that I sympathise with the right-wing chuds appropriating our heritage. Like I know I'm trying to take it back, but I still get this feeling.
Five days ago I developed my first roll of film at home with mixed results, but I'm quite happy with them.
The film is Ilford FP4+ 125 ASA. The chemicals are R09 One-shot developer (1/50 18min) and Ilford Rapid Fixer (¼ 3min). Most of the pictures were taken in automatic or P-mode. The camera used was the Canon EOS 500.
Recently, I've decided to “analogise” parts of my music library, as well as buy new music on physical formats.
I've never been a big fan of music streaming for several reasons so I usually keep most my music locally on my drive. This has caused it to grow to such a large amount that I really don't know how to manage my library in a way that's satisfying. I also hate deleting stuff, so that kinda pushed me towards having a physical collection of the music I really enjoyed listening to.