Time will tell us, El Salvador ...

I'm far from knowing anything about but s approach to make an official currency sounds right to me. I hope you will be an example how to get out of a debit and rise like 😜

My summer digital detox break is over and I'm motivated about new projects ahead. Starting yesterday with installing and on my . This is certainly early stages and not for everyone's taste but I must say as first impression, I do like that combination. Although I'm struggling to get output working. Apparently it's a hardware issue of the beta edition.

Has someone got this to work?


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Navigate the web with your keyboard and leave your mouse alone.

Vimium provides keyboard shortcuts for navigation and control in the spirit of Vim.

Have a look at:
πŸ”Ž vimium.github.io/
πŸ”Ž addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firef


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An improved fork of

LocalCDN provides resources locally which lots of
would normally load from 3rd-party sites.
It protects you against tracking through "free", centralized, content delivery and prevents lots of requests reaching networks like hosted libs and serves local files to keep sites from breaking

Have a look at:
πŸ”Ž localcdn.org/
πŸ”Ž addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firef


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You think if you load
website.xy, it's your only point of contact?
Not so much. Privacy Badger could show you what else is going on in background.

This Addon from automatically learns to block invisible . Instead of keeping lists of what to block, Privacy Badger automatically discovers trackers based on their behavior.

Have a look at:
πŸ”Ž privacybadger.org/
πŸ”Ž addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firef


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Yes, the old topic again...

This addon provides resources locally which lots of
would normally load from 3rd-party sites.
It protects you against tracking through "free", centralized, content delivery and prevents lots of requests reaching networks like hosted libs and serves local files to keep sites from breaking

Have a look at:
πŸ”Ž decentraleyes.org/
πŸ”Ž addons.mozilla.org/en/firefox/


-> Privacy Redirect

Don't have the discipline to leave the company's behind? You don't need to fully cut the ties....

Let an Addon for your Browser show you less data collecting alternatives of and , etc.

Privacy Redirect
redirects , YouTube, Instagram and more to privacy friendly sites

Have a look at:
πŸ”Ž github.com/SimonBrazell/privac

Youtube is fun to you but you do not really agree with the policy of ?

Invidious is a frontend for to watch videos without a google account and without the tracking and advertising of the Youtube website.

Have a look at Invidious:
πŸ”Ž redirect.invidious.io/

FLOSS-App of the week:

Want to listen to around the world?

Transistor is a bare bones app for listening to programs over the internet. Just put in the address of your favorite radio and enjoy them without beeing tacked from company's.

Have a look at Transistor
πŸ”Ž f-droid.org/en/packages/org.y2
πŸ”Ž y20k.org/transistor/

FLOSS-App of the week:

Youtube is fun to you but you do not really agree with the policy of ?

Newpipe is a nice frontend for to watch videos without a google account and without the tracking of the Youtube website.

Have a look at Newpipe
πŸ”Ž f-droid.org/en/packages/org.sc
πŸ”Ž newpipe.net/

FLOSS-App of the week:

Why not making your own newspaper where you might not only been shown negative news in big letters because you designed it yourself.

Feeder is an easy to use open source reader to inform yourself from various sources of your choice in one place.

Have a look at Feeder
πŸ”Ž f-droid.org/en/packages/com.no

FLOSS-App of the week:
.org

There's no need to let read your tasks.

Manage your ToDo's just as easy with Tasks.org.You could save them offline or sync it via CalDAV to other devices.

Have a look at Tasks.org
πŸ”Ž f-droid.org/en/packages/org.ta
πŸ”Ž tasks.org

FLOSS-App of the week:

Password1234

for all your login's is, well, rather not so secure.
Let a do the work for you.

KeePassDX is a good open source app to manage all your s

Have a look at KeePassDX
πŸ”Ž keepassdx.com
πŸ”Ž f-droid.org/en/packages/com.ku

FLOSS-App of the week:

Don't want to see an advertisement of shampoo the day you have an appointment with your hairdresser?

Consider Etar Calendar, a simple and nice open source to calendar which does not have a business model to sell your private data.

Save your appointments local or easily sync it with your

Have a look at
Etar OpenSource Calendar
πŸ”Ž f-droid.org/en/packages/ws.xso

It's raining digits,
always remember:

There is no just other peoples computer.

(except those in the sky and
self hosted πŸ˜‰ )

You decide where you store of your family and with whom you it.

FLOSS-App of the week:

It must not always be
You could easily find your target with

Want to have a bit of fun while walking your dog?

StreetComplete is an easy to use app where you can help mapping your environment.

Have a look at StreetComplete
πŸ”Ž f-droid.org/en/packages/de.wes

I'm sorry for my bad spelling in the picture. I will give my best to avoid this in future toots. I'm aware that unfortunately the JitsiMeet App in the Play-Store uses G-Analytics therefore I linked it to the F-droid version. Stay healthy everyone!

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FLOSS-App of the week:

Tired of being Spotify's or Apple's
product? Need an alternative which respects your ?

Have a look at
πŸ”Ž antennapod.org

A nice -client for your Smartphone which respects your privacy.

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