Very much looking forward to taking part in Waag’s Public Stack Summit in June.
“We’ll set our sails for open water to fix the broken internet. An unconference with over 50 public stack pioneers, during We Make The City festival in Amsterdam
With recent attention on the dark side of surveillance capitalism and data extractivism it has become inevitable to invest in open, fair and inclusive internet … the internet needs to be fixed.”
Honestly, #Tusky is the best mobile app for the fediverse. It's buttery-smooth, supports pretty much all of the features of the web platform, and has a great UI that is extremely easy to use.
I would recommend it for anybody who uses Android, hands down.
or The Virtue of Being Forgetful
I recently started using a password manager ful-time, and the ability to let go of so. many. passwords. in my brain is like a huge relief. Now I just need to remember The One Password, and all else will follow.
One Pass to rule them all, one Pass to find them, One Pass to bring them all and in the darkness bind them.
Nå når skrivepermisjonen er på vei mot slutten må jeg nesten finne noe å gjøre. Noen som trenger en utvikler med lang .Net-erfaring fra juni av?
I do not want to live on this planet anymore:
Purism and UBports officially collaborate to offer Ubuntu Touch on Librem 5
#Fractal is a new #Matrix app for the Gnome desktop: https://blogs.gnome.org/tbernard/2018/04/18/fractal-hackfest-2018/
Honestly, it looks pretty sweet!
The @GIMP team has just announced GIMP 2.10.0 release candidate 2 is out with multi-threaded painting, rewritten UI themes, on-canvas panorama rotation in 3D, various improvements, and 40 bug fixes!
(Sorry - last post had the wrong URL)
Oh those "expiring e-mails" in GMail even require Google login to view as webpage? Wow, fuck that shit. That's too obvious
Gmail enters the "extend" phase of Embrace, Extend, Extinguish by creating new proprietary features for email then forcing non-gmail users the view the mail through a link with Google Login (and sometimes SMS confirmation!)
#OnePlus Is Again Sending User Data to a Chinese Company Without User Consent
[via #HackerNews https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=16240485 ]