A tech enthusiast
So true 🤣
Wow finally! Well I am not even on there anymore but I guess this new update is good for creators.
Yeah you bought one made 2 months before they stopped making phones: https://www.engadget.com/lg-smartphone-production-ended-183050001.html
Yes I use deodorant
Delta Chat is really cool. I love how it takes the universal standard of email and allows you to use it for short form messages. Although, I haven’t really used Delta recently.
Although, LG stopped making phones so you will have to buy a used one.
Matrix does have some metadata problems (not hating on Matrix though)
Cool although I haven’t been on Matrix in a while. I am probably going to start using it more soon though.
I did forget to mention that Brave are now doing Brave search so that could be interesting to see where that goes.
Yeah crawling the web is the web is definitely the hard bit
Bing often removes websites from their index but this does seem very weird. I don’t know why Bing would remove a privacy blog from their search results but this also shows how so many search engines are dependent on Bing or Google for results. The only search engine which isn’t dependent on Bing or Google right now seems to be Mojeek and Metager (Searx is just a meta-search engine). Mojeek is probably the most promising but right now it’s results aren’t the best but the results have been getting better. But I do wish that DuckDuckGo indexed search results themselves so they don’t have to deal with Microsoft’s decisions (also being reliant on big tech to start with isn’t a good thing for a independent privacy-focused search engine.
Cool that is very nice move from redhat Flatpaks are cool
Yes but it is because here is a safe space where you can share your ideas no matter what they are
True but “politically radical” people are allowed on some instances
I might get a pinetime soon
It makes total sense the NSA/CIA will not give up one ounce of security for anything and will not screw up their opsec for no reason
I’ll be a bit sad to see one of my favourite extensions go but it has served its time and purpose and honestly the EFF could be developing all sorts of cooler browser extensions to further the privacy cause. I am guessing when it comes to Tor the EFF will support with https everywhere until ESR gets https only mode but until then I guess it will still be there.
Yeah this framework laptop looks really cool and takes right to repair to the next level I think which is great. Hopefully people buy it but by the past of modular laptops and phones I am not sure it will catch on with the general public and will remain a geeky product used by tech enthusiasts not the general population who might be worried about breaking their laptop by assembling it and the bare bones kit will not catch on for sure with the general public because most people don’t have the time nor care to assembly a laptop from parts and many would run scaryed of just the thought of it but at least with this laptop it uses pretty standard laptop parts that you can get off the shelf I gather which means if framework does go bankrupt at least you might still be able to still repair the product for the most part or get a repair shop to do it for you
Don’t do it it makes you stand out and ruins your opsec just use noscript
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