@TheGibson I'm wondering if a camera and a tripod might be a better start. Learning stop motion animation is often a good way in. If you get a tripod where you can point the camera directly down, she can use cutout construction paper like South Park started. Or she can draw on tracing paper to animate movement more precisely. Doing frame by frame this old school way those pics can be taken into the computer and improved upon. So many digital tools are built on this history.
Speaking of Android and @fdroidorg, what are people running these days on their mobile devices?
There were some interesting ROMs and mods focused on stripping Google/App data collection pre-Google Play services.
What are people doing now? Just running #LineageOS without Google services? And, is that enough?
@sireebob Good point, I end up adding a lot of other information to my current pass manager as well.
That master password comment is a real issue that I have seen now in a few reviews as I look further. So, am I going to open hundreds of tabs, log into everything and then change the master password? Yeah, that seems a bit crazy.
Tired: The Island of Misfit Toys.
Wired: The Island of Missing APIs and Features that services like Facebook, Twitter and Google once had.
tomorrow night's Film Frown podcast is a review of Masters of the Universe from 1987. I have never been able to finish this movie. I haven't even been able to make myself watch it for the podcast yet. Give me strength, Mekanek.
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@Ricardus I agree the Dr. Smith character was bad. The Baltar comparison is spot on. For me, the jury is still out on the robot. I see your point, but the fact that the flashbacks and the ending of the last episode point to more robot story is in the background has me interested in the mystery. I think Will was phenomenal and Don and the family were all great.
Dear Google, you didn't have to create self-destructing emails. You could have just told people they had to log into G+ to read them. Problem solved. Nobody will see the emails.
@peakwinter So, what he's saying, @arturovm, is that we need a person in the world developing machine learning and A.I. like Simone Giertz.