I'm really getting quite tired of Google gaslighting people about the direction Chrome is going in the past years.
"You're hysterical if you abscribe any monopolistic intent to these changes! This is _clearly_ being done for security reasons! Those extensions are risky! Performance is a concern!"
Meanwhile Alphabet directly mentions the risk from ad-blockers to their revenue in their SEC filings.
It's one thing to be monopolistic and another to gaslight people about it.
pitch: a Mastodon/Pleroma frontend trick that makes your posts show up in the timeline on your end immediately, but not send out to the server for a configurable delay (maybe 20s by default) so that if you decide to delete them before that interval expires, they're never even sent to the server at all and have no chance of escaping into the wilds of the fediverse
After they had saved world, the heroes looked at each other.
"Well done!" one of them said. "Let's save it again tomorrow."
"But..." said a new hero, "we just saved the world."
"And tomorrow, all of us will do it again."
"Every day," said a third, "as much as we can."
#MicroFiction #TootFic #SmallStories
My #perfectmastodonclient feature list:
☞ Unified inbox (combine TLs from multiple accounts)
☞ Pinnable searches with notifications
☞ Support for showing threads inside the TL
I wrote a post last month about how to use emoji as mouse cursors on your website: