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@dredmorbius Not an online service, but the Readability algorithm is FLOSS and used by Mozilla in Firefox's Reader view: https://github.com/mozilla/readability

This has been ported to a C CLI utility: https://github.com/eafer/rdrview
And a Go CLI utility and library: https://github.com/go-shiori/go-readability

I use them to extract article HTML and pipe it into w3m/lynx/retwaq for reading, or into https://edbrowse.org/ for editing. They're also useful for piping article HTML through a tool like Pandoc to convert an article to a lightweight markup format like Markdown.

go-readability is used by (and made for) Shiori (https://github.com/go-shiori/shiori), a FLOSS bookmark manager with a Web front-end. It saves articles offline and extracts+displays article HTML.

Loving Bandcamp's DRM-free FLAC download options - can support the bands I love and listen to them with no strings attached in original fidelity.

To be truly countercultural today, in a time of tech hegemony, one has to, above all, betray the platform, which may come in the form of betraying or divesting from your public online self.


Ghibli's released more than a 1000 images from their filmography which can be downloaded for free.


@ck They do let you set up multiple mailboxes soverin.net/features . I've only used them in a personal capacity though. Their support should be able to help you with more details support.soverin.net

@ck Soverin soverin.net/ should meet most of your criteria. I've been using it for more than a year now, and have been very happy. (I was using Posteo earlier, but Soverin offers more space and features, like unlimited email addresses (including anonymized ones) and domain integration)

Astonishing that we live in a world where "going viral" is a commonly used English expression, but people seem surprised to learn that actual viruses do this.

@emacsen Being organised is, however, not about tools.

I've done GTD for most of the 14 years I've used it with just plain text files in a directory.

Questions they tell you to ask if you find a dead body:
- Is the person really dead?
- Is whatever killed them still around?
- Is it your problem?
So far, all affirmative. Now, a question nobody did ask you to consider, but which you can't avoid:
- Is it your body?
Well, fuck.

Adding some documentation to my shell scripts so that I can put them up on SourceHut later today.

I’ve been using these scripts daily, to do things like manage my music collection, manage my notes (zettelkasten), backup my stuff, and sync my files.

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