There is a Wikipedia page for the concept of cancel culture, but the page considers it a complete separate phenomenon than deplatforming.
Every time I see someone complaining about cancel culture they're actually complaining about a deplatforming incident.
"The Framework Laptop [is] a thin, lightweight, high-performance 13.5” notebook that can be upgraded, customized, and repaired in ways that no other notebook can."
"https://Adversarial.io is an easy-to-use webapp for altering image material, in order to make it machine-unreadable."
Fix favicon "supercookies" in any browser, in under a second
I'm definitely not going to be one of those "just buy Bitcoin!" crypto influencers. This is the quick Bitcoin buying breakdown for newbies you've been looking for that's actually honest.
Installing coreboot - Star Labs https://support.starlabs.systems/kb/labtop-mk-iv/installing-coreboot
PeerTube, the Fediverse's own alternative to YouTube, uses peer-to-peer technology to allow anyone to host their own video service without a data centre.
It received a major update today which includes support for live streaming 🎉
You can run your own PeerTube instance without technical knowledge by using a managed hosting provider such as Spacebear: https://app.spacebear.ee
Why this is bullish:
The more competition there is mining, the least profitable mining is, and the more bitcoin has to be sold to pay for operational expenses like electricity. With hashrate down, less new mined bitcoin will be sold, driving price up.
The high cost of consolidating BTC UTXOs.
"Total Cookie Protection confines cookies to the site where they were created, which prevents tracking companies from using these cookies to track your browsing from site to site."
Long term, the fundamentals are what matter.
Short and medium term, technical analysis seems useful.
Speculations like this are neither:
Bitcoin Cash May Hit $2000 By March 2021
https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoincash/comments/lq91k2/bitcoin_cash_may_hit_2000_by_march_2021/ #bitcoincash #cryptocurrency
Zines -> blogs -> Substack/Ghost newsletters.
Substack is a dangerous direct threat to traditional news media. But more importantly? It is a threat to journalism.
People can't really understand Bitcoin without giving up on Keynesianism. Espousing Keynesianism prevents people from making a good investment, and even from just protecting themselves from inflation. Their worldview keeps them increasingly poor.
Crypto is difficult to grasp for some people because it goes against everything they have been taught.
”Money is created by govts”.
”Things have a price bc energy spent creating them” -> coins mined at diff hashrate have same value; cryptos with more tx/sec need not more energy
#Firefox 86 Introduces Total Cookie Protection
These cybercriminals sell network logins to the highest bidder. And #ransomware gangs are buying
Hackers tied to Russia’s GRU targeted the US grid for years
Judge in #Google case disturbed that 'incognito' users are tracked
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