Hi all —
don't know if you've ever looked at things from this perspective, but actually I gave this a thought and realized that if you plant, say, a cherry-blossom tree, there is a non-zero possibility that a japanese dwarf flying squirrel can come and hang out, right? Then of course you can grab a camera, take a shot of it and sell it on shutterstock for $1000:
Since this sounds good enough to buy you monome and ansible, of course you now feel more sympathetic to this weird concept of planting trees, and we can continue.
Well, what I wanted to convey actually is there is this brillliant website, ecosia.org — that plants a tree everytime you are searching the Internet. It was quite a life-changing find for me, as — wow! —someone actually used the technology to do something less than pointless and like, what actually benefits us all *
* in case scientists will prove that trees indeed produce oxygen, as I — on my flat Earth, — am suspicious
One other thing worth mention is their website's using a tidy minimalistic layout not dissimilar to llllllll, and they also support browser search extensions, so you don't need to always type in their address everytime youl feel like planting tree. Additionally, check out waterfoxproject.org — prior to official release by Mozilla, it used to be the only 64-bit Firefox distributive, plus it has some other enhancements. I recommend it as fast and reliable, and since version 44.0.2 it is searching Ecosia by default.
That's it now. Happy tree planting!