@pixelfed And on a smaller mobile phone, say, an iPhone SE?
Alors là, je dois dire que je suis admiratif de l'inventivité des manifestants de Hong Kong.
Réseaux sociaux surveillés ?
Ils communiquent avec Tinder et PokémonGo.
J'avais aussi lu qu'ils mettent des piles de vêtements en libre service pour permettre aux manifestants de se changer et ainsi éviter la reconnaissance.
@cj Came to think of this convo when the Github sanctions happened. Another case for federation.
do you have good examples of "lowtech" websites?
Using less assets/fonts/energy, but still being nicely usable and with cool aesthetics...
And yes, I already know https://solar.lowtechmagazine.com, this is one of the best examples... :)
Hugs and kisses for your suggestions and boosts!
@Are0h For instance, according to some fedizen (is that a word?) the ultimate goal was to "provide freedom" in the sense tha everyone should be able to do or say anything on the internet. As I disagree with the libertarian project I'm just curious to get to know other take on this question. For example I'd like to build tools that bridges cyber space and meat space of local communities, build for resource sharing etc.
@Are0h Agreed! But, the purpose to ”help people” is key here. Help people do what? Both intermediary and ultimately. I’m curious to get your take on this question.
@rain The year is 2030. Your secure connection to your newspaper's ad server is resolved by dns tunnelled over https, itself tunneled over json, tunnelled over https. If the 17 MitM didn't catch what you were reading, the malware in your smart mouse is sure to do so.
Reminder that not only are Electron apps slow, but they also rely on proprietary software (portions of the chromium codebase). Atom, VSCodium, Riot "Desktop", are all guilty of this. All of them ping home to Google because of this.
Also related: There is nothing cross platform or native about releasing your web app in a little Google Chrome window. Frankly, that's just a deceptive claim. If it can be locally run in a browser, release it that way so the user can use their own browser.
Put emerging technology to work as leverage in the next wave of struggles over power, commons and autonomy.
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