⚠️ #Mastodon v3.2.1 is out with some long overdue bug fixes:
This stuff never ceases to amaze me - Haruki Nakamara's mechanical paper animals: https://geecr.com/product/nakamura-paper-toys
Tien manieren waarop Shell de aarde vernielt:
**Zoekmachine Ecosia plant 100 miljoenste boom**
"Ecosia, de zoekmachine die zoekopdrachten omzet in geplante bomen, heeft zijn 100 miljoenste boom geplant. The post Zoekmachine Ecosia plant 100 miljoenste boom appeared first on DeWereldMorgen.be."
Yeah, right... (Facebook says a bug caused its iPhone app’s inadvertent camera access)
Third-party calls are one of the main reasons for slow loading sites. These calls include loading Google Fonts, loading Google Analytics and loading Google's DoubleClick advertising scripts. Remove these calls and scripts, and websites get so much faster.
The prince was charmed by the tailor's daughter.
And she was charmed by the prince, as most were.
"We cannot be together," she told him boldly.
He wasn't used to being denied by his subjects, and he told her as much.
"That is why," she explained, finding him a little less dashing.
He went to his twin sister and poured his heart out.
"I'll talk to her," his sister offered.
He was rather put-out when she returned with a bride.
Google acts like the local mafia beating up your store, and then asking your for protection money...
IBM’s Technology Powered the Holocaust - https://kottke.org/19/10/how-ibms-technology-powered-the-holocaust
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