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Cake day: ira. 23, 2021


I’m assuming these are all on one strip. Is the analog on the right a separate channel, or there to determine loudness or timing? Not sure how the analog translates to actual sound.

Mastodon. Privacytools.io instance when it still existed.

GrapheneOS on a pixel 4 here. Works great. Most apps from fdroid

Man, this drama keeps on going. Just when I thought it was dead. Funny thing is, I’m only on Lemmy because I found mastodon on privacytools site.

Any old gopher users care to share their earliest experiences?
I've been delving into Gemini protocol and gopher quite a bit lately and came across a good historical dig about gopher by ~szczezuja and wanted to find more. Love to hear what it was used for and the community it had, especially in the 90s. I feel the community is different these days. Source on gopher: gopher://sdf.org:70/1/users/szczezuja/novice

In all honesty, this is what I thought of when it hit the news. Look! Inflation!

Well done. +1 for posting on Gemini

I like Njalla. Pay with crypto, and privacy respecting.

As my first distro back in the 90s, Slackware has a special place in my heart. Glad to see it’s still being developed, and that the website hasn’t changed in >20 years

I ended up going with njalla. Quite simple and they take crypto. For the record they do offer Dynamic DNS.

I just mean they are trustworthy with my info and aren’t difficult to deal with

Thanks for the insight! I’m interested in how sr.ht turns out.

Privacy respecting domain registrar / host?
I did a quick Lemmy search and didn't find much. Are there any suggested domain registrars that aren't evil? I'm mostly looking for domain name and not hosting right now but won't exclude them. This would be my first domain so I'm new. I saw njalla, banhof, and 1984 web hosting. Are these good, or any other suggestions? Edit: DDNS would be a plus

There’s a way to save the page because its just JavaScript and enough puzzles until 2024 apparently. There are clones but the fun part is everyone competing on the same puzzle.

It doesn’t feel like I’m shouting into a hurricane.

Lagrange browser pre-release for Gemini protocol
Highly suggest looking at this if you are interested in using Gemini (protocol) on Android. Very polished, seemingly feature complete. With Ariane gone, might be your best bet - Deedum is good but this has it beat.

I've seen a lot of talk about privacy minded chat clients on here but a search did not bring up Tox. I have been delving into the Gemini protocol ( https://gemini.circumlunar.space/) and a few folks there have listed Tox for contact. Anyone have thoughts on this? It's encrypted, peer to peer, FOSS, and requires no signup.

Do you think companies are tracking you in the fediverse and tying it to your larger ad profile?
I'm sure it's happening but if the fediverse gets big you can bet your car that they will deanonymize you in the fedi.

Is there a privacy focused mastodon instance similar to what privacy tools had? I
I miss that little niche community. Also not really interested in the privacy guides matrix server - I like the microblogging format vs chat.

This might be obscure, but I liked playing cribbage on my phone before I started using fdroid. Is there an ad-free version somewhere?

Is Telegram FOSS legit?
I feel like someone tooling with a secure messaging app makes it less...reliable that its secure, despite yanking google play parts out of the code. Thoughts?