@HATF Hope you are doing okay. Notyep and I are worried. Please let us know if you are okay or need help.
@djsundog gotta have some place to store all that info..
and, geez, who uses those old ass verafone terminals for CC fraud anymore? ;)
i'm the dog. no one expects to have their identity stolen by a dog on the internet...
Seriously, I didn't break the Federation or claim to cure cancer. I just set up an instance, tweaked some limits & CSS to see how some of my old stories looked in it. Seems like it could be a fun special-purpose community instance https://toot.lmorchard.com/media/Z1_IxZuTGZYW9EsxMIQ
The one company that gets IoT security right is the one you'd least expect: Ikea https://mjg59.dreamwidth.org/47803.html
don't knock my hipster C2 methods. I mean, someone made a C2 protocol for reddit. It shows you that anything can be useful at least once.
The coverage of #tech commuter buses in San Francisco has been all about #gentrification, but it's a #labor issue, too:
Howdy, @digg @anildash
I have a belief, unfounded in any data, that Hackers was more influential that any film of the nineties, not in it's reach, but it it's target audience, and their future influence.
@sonya That article just reeks of "I don't like things I don't understand and I don't care to understand them either"
Federated social media does have usability concerns, and yes there is a learning curve. But this kind of knee-jerk negativity is disappointing! (Counterpoint: Eh, whatever, we don't need Mastodon to be Twitter-scale anyway.) http://mashable.com/2017/04/05/mastodon-wont-survive/#NkGEpFit9aqh
Infovore, hacker, lock picker, network engineer, Aspie. I follow based on content. Cohost of 26o'clock. TOOOL NYC member. The man with the beard.
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