Сад - это хорошо, но поедешь туда - и день потерян для всего остального, что сколько-нибудь сложнее, чем крутиться по хозяйству. С утра - ох, проснуться бы, вечером после дня на свежем воздухе и физического труда - хорошо, но уже ничего неохота. Где-то потеряли насос от отопительной системы. Убрали на зиму, чтоб не спёрли его. Теперь ищем, куда.) Прочитала, что можно выращивать "вечный базилик" - у покупного отщипнуть верхушку и поставить её в ёмкость с водой (и, опционально, банановыми шкурками для подкормки). Дальше он сам всё знает, даст корни и вырастет. Главное - не давать цвести, общипывать вовремя. Попробую с покупным. А то базилик, выращенный в теплице из семян, пока меньше сантиметра и сидит думает, расти ли дальше - прохладно ещё по ночам.

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Как-то бы дотянуть до каникул, один день остался.) Неделя что-то выдалась тяжёлая. Работа-работа, вечером доползти и упасть. В городе появились большие электросамокаты напрокат. Пару дней они стояли и по вечерам мерцали фиолетовыми огоньками, потом пипл их распробовал и сейчас по центру, где мы работаем, на них постоянно кто-то ездит, на стоянках я их почти не вижу. Классные штуки, в выходные, может, тоже попробую. У больших ив появился тонкий зелёный контур - куполами. Красиво. Попробую это завтра сфотографировать, оно так бывает недолго, потом листва "закрашивает" весь объём, и становится тоже красиво, но по-другому.

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Hi. Most likely I don’t know you, but I want to ask you for one thing. It’s about the new Minds policies. Please keep silent on Minds for 24 hours starting from 00:01 AM this Wednesday, April 28, 2021 (your local time). Or, if you first see this post later this week, from the hour you see it. Don’t post, don’t upvote. Don’t remind. Don’t interact on Minds in any way for 24 hours. Here’s why: TL;DR The Minds administration behaves erratically, moving the goalposts. We should let them know we don't like it before Minds gets broken. It's not about tokens, but it starts with them. One of the biggest @Minds selling points has been tokens. Minds lured new users with promises of tokens and of the wonderful things users would be able to do with them. On March 16, 2021, dreams became true: users could now earn money just by holding tokens on-chain and providing liquidity. But about a week before that, another change happened. Quietly, unannounced. Minds users suddenly couldn’t use tokens to pay for Minds+ anymore. That was a huge change – many users had been earning tokens with exactly that purpose. Now this possibility was quietly taken away. More than that – as it turned out, the new token benefits promised to everyone were made available only to those who paid for Minds+ with US$. Thus, Minds divided its users into two classes: the privileged, and the rest. On April 22, even worse thing happened. Minds announced that from now on, the votes of those who didn’t pay for Minds+ - of 90% of its users – wouldn’t count toward engagement rewards. Your votes, comments and reminds ain’t worth nothing in the new token system. The change, just as the one before, came out of the blue, without consultations with community or any warning. It’s a huge change, and it isn’t just about tokens. It’s much more than that. It’s about trust. In the first version of the Minds Whitepaper (v0.1) @ottman, @jack and others wrote: “Fraud and a general lack of transparency are major problems facing the social networking, payments and digital ad spaces […] [M]ainstream networks have started showing a double standard and are not treating all users equally under their policies” Minds promised to change it, but instead it changed itself, starting to behave just like other social networks. Lack of transparency, all users aren’t treated equally – that’s what’s happening on Minds since mid-March. I myself brought to Minds some 3000-5000 users from Facebook, promising them that Minds will treat them with respect. Now I feel that I’ve failed them: Minds is treating us with the same disregard as Facebook or Twitter. Most of us came here not for tokens but for free speech, Minds promising to be a free speech champion. But how can we trust its promises? How can we be sure that one day, without warning, Minds won’t change its mind about free speech, just as it’s changed its mind about transparency and equality? In the second version of Minds Whitepaper (v0.5), @ottman wrote: “Every user’s voice carries the same voting weight on Minds, making it a truly community-operated and democratized system”. The recent changes are brazenly undemocratic. Voices of those of us who do not pay in US$ do not carry any weight now. Your voice doesn’t count, in the most literal sense. Just as they didn’t on Facebook or Twitter. I still hope it’s an honest mistake on the Minds’ side. A mistake that can be easily fixed. Three things should be rolled back, for us to start trusting Minds again: 1. Users should be able to pay for Minds+ with tokens, again. On a current market exchange rate, probably with some small surcharge, insuring administration from excessive volatility. 2. Every voice must count. The engagement reward system should be rolled back to the state before April 22, 2021. 3. The Minds administration should consult its users before any major policy changes. Especially before the changes that take away functionality users already enjoy. To demonstrate the Minds administration that we’re unhappy with the latest changes, I ask all of you who’s not a Minds+ user to keep 24 hours of silence starting from 00:01 AM this Wednesday, April 28, 2021, your local time. Or, if you first see this post late this week, from the hour you see it. Don’t post, don’t upvote. Don’t remind. Don’t interact on Minds in any way for 24 hours. Let them see we’re serious about it. If activity on the site decreases, they’ll have to notice. And please, remind this post. The more people see it, the more successful this protest becomes. I won’t profit from it anyway – according to the new policy, your reminds won’t bring me any rewards.
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