I made a new bot ! It uses ✨machine learning✨ (aka black magic) to generate famous paintings, in the "style" of a different painter https://botsin.space/web/accounts/68244
I don’t agree with everything in this post about the new European copyright law, but these two ideas are probably true:
- a Copyright directive should "leverage the Internet instead of fight it“
- "power on the Internet flows from controlling demand, not supply“
Wow, @better now leads the overall list of paid apps in the German Mac App Store
(By the way, I’m a happy customer for quite some time now, so, if you need a tracker blocker for Safari on iOS/macOS you should definetely take a look at it)
Hatte zwar nie so ein intensives Verhältnis zum Fußball wie der Autor, aber die von ihm geäußerte Frustration empfinde ich auch immer mehr
I can’t escape the feeling that parts of what happened online was hugely detrimental to the goal of avoiding the new copyright laws:
- (hyper) aggressive language
- painting a non-nuanced end-of-the-world scenario
- insulting, not arguing with proponents
- automated / non-personalized messages
- death threats
- calling and pressuring relatives
Thx for your interest!
I wanted it to be available on most (all?) OS, so it's basically a webapp, in can be run directly in the browser and/or hosted in an electron app (so Mac, Linux, Win).
(the screens I show is the electron version, but I use a web browser when working on it)
But it's still a desktop focused app, inspired by the early desktop version of tweetdeck (the old one, before twitter bought it).
And also a way for me to test some ideas when it will be "functional". 🙂
'Why were you digging in the dirt with the turkeys a minute ago? You're a cat, not a turkey.'
The Boy: *shocked expression for 3 minutes*
Social media is a fantastic tool to publicly criticize companies for broken or badly designed products & appalling support.
What we see too little of: praise for companies that try to do the right thing, without you having to start a huge fuzz on social media first.
So, here's a thread to say thank you to all the companies that respect you as a customer and deserve some credit.
Security of Google’s Titan U2F keys Show more
After discussing and researching this topic with @schlink yesterday, Google’s Titan Keys are white-labeled (Chinese) Feitian keys with custom Google firmware
As the former CISO of Facebook points out, this might be a problematic at least for high-level targets
"Meet the teens who refuse to use social media" https://www.theguardian.com/society/2018/aug/29/teens-desert-social-media
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