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Russian court orders the arrest of sci-fi writer Dmitry Glukhovsky (Metro series) for criticism of Moscow's military campaign in Ukraine



themoscowtimes.com/2022/06/07/

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1 Jun 1962 hundreds of workers NEVZ factory in the USSR walked out on wildcat strike and remained on strike for two days. The stoppage was suppressed with a massacre by security forces, followed by mass arrests and jailings. libcom.org/library/1962-novoch

Skal jeg anbefale en film, må det være den fabelagtige “Everything Everywhere All At Once” . Det er simpelthen den vildeste og mest opfindsomme film, som jeg har set i meget lang tid.

En livstræt, kvindelig indehaver af et møntvaskeri får pludselig at vide , at hun er den eneste , der kan redde de utallige universer fra undergang ved at tage kampen op. Absurd komedie, kampsportsfilm og eksistentielt drama i én film.

Jeg er blæst væk 😍

Trailer:
youtu.be/wxN1T1uxQ2g

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Hi fediverse! Boosts appreciated on this one.

I’m part of a co-op building a platform for artists to sell art without getting exploited. I’ve been working on it for a while but there’s a lot of work to do and I could use some help. A ton of the main features are in place, but there’s still some big gaps and a lot of polish left before it can launch.

The platform is fully open source and developed in the open. It’s built on Phoenix/Elixir and Tailwindcss. Our co-op is already incorporated and established and it’s open to members that want to actually commit but you don’t need to be a member to contribute or help.

Does this sound interesting? I’d love some help! I’m also happy to answer questions. And no, you don’t need to know Elixir already. It’s pretty easy to learn for the things you’d be using it for. Even some design help would be welcome. Feel free to reply here or DM me!

#noxp

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28 May 1871 The Paris Commune was crushed when bourgeois government massacred thousands to regained control of the city. libcom.org/library/commune-par

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@risager tjekkede lige jeres blog ud på stickleback.dk - hvorfor ( eller ledte jeg bare ikke godt nok ) har I ikke et nyhedsbrev. Jeg abonnerer på feedet, men - posts / mails fungerer bare så godt i forhold til at blive mindet om, at der kommer nyt fra jer 😃

@risager det er klart nemmere at være her , når der er gode bekendte online :-)

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Reposting my tweet earlier this week, which I forgot to share in Mastodon so here comes.

If you are at all interested in how badly broken this “digital universe” we currently live in is, you should watch this presentation vimeo.com/342972799 and think through your approach of what kind of future for humanity you want.

With great minds like @laura and @aral, there is always hope.

#SurveillanceCapitalism #privacy #InstitutionalCorruption

dataethics.eu/techlash-why-goo The think-do tank dataethics.eu has written a piece about why Google is up for the next backlash because of their massive user

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Unearthed emails could be smoking gun in epic GDPR battle: Google, adtech giants 'know they break Euro privacy law'

theregister.co.uk/2019/02/20/i

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Dansk automatiserings-stjerne på iOS workflow.fireside.fm/65

Så er der ny episode af work.flow - denne gang med iOS-wunderkind @simonbs

Lyt med!

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Just discovered and started using Mailspring (getmailspring.com/) on my Linux machine after unsuccessfully trying to get Fastmail support added to Geary (gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/geary/m).

Really enjoying it so far. It’s not fully open source (the interface is but the mail engine core isn’t) but it’s also not VC-funded and has a freemium business model based on getting companies to pay for extended functionality. Search so far is also excellent. And it has first-class support for Fastmail :)

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Marriott discloses massive data breach affecting up to 500 million guests

“The breach included names, email addresses, passport numbers and payment information, according to the hotel giant.”

In other words, everything you need to steal an identity. Why was all this data retained to begin with? #GDPR

washingtonpost.com/business/20

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People around the world are standing up against privacy-invasion, saying . Now it's time for businesses to follow suit! With Tutanota businesses can save up to 80% by hosting all emails end-to-end encrypted on Tutanota's German-based servers: tutanota.com/blog/posts/premiu

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User data collection by Huawei disguised with fancy words
threader.app/thread/1051204370

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