Wondering how to enhance your privacy with the new container feature in #Firefox? You might want to check out the Temporary Containers Add-on. Here's a short article introducing it https://medium.com/@stoically/enhance-your-privacy-in-firefox-with-temporary-containers-33925cd6cd21 #privacy
wealth disparity, tech bros
"The promise of VR is to make the world you wanted. It is not possible, on Earth, to give everyone all that they would want. Not everyone can have Richard Branson’s private island,” Doom co-creator and former CTO of Oculus John Carmack told Joe Rogan during a 2020 interview.
Fuck this take, and the "let them e̶a̶t̶ ̶c̶a̶k̶e̶ play VR" insult
"Please, we just want housing and healthcare we could easily afford if you billionaires didn't horde."
"Look, we can't give everyone a private island, so we should just keep everything for ourselves."
, a “renegade economist”, asks us to imagine a world where we value each other and the planet as much as we value GDP.
What does that world look like?
It's been more than a year since @twitter announced "Project Blue Sky," a bid to redesign social media around open protocols, not walled gardens. That's our kind of social media - now, will they do it?
Von Nico Semsrott
"Humorlose Erklärung, warum ich aus #DiePARTEI austrete"
PeerTube v3: it’s a live, a liiiiive !
🎉🎉🎉 PeerTube v3 is out today!!! 🎉🎉🎉
On the blog :
➡️ The stages of development
➡️ Peer to peer live streaming
➡️ A behind-the-scenes short film
➡️ What we imagine for the future!
Illus CC-By @davidrevoy
Guter Überblick zu digitaler Souveränität. Sicherheit, Kontrolle bei Zugriff und Nutzung von Daten, vertrauenswürdige Kommunikation und Innovationsfähigkeit sind zentral. Nicht Protektionismus oder Abschottung. Open Source ist ein wesentlicher Schlüssel.
I wrote about using browsers without tabs, and the relationship between convenience, scale, and alienation: https://clarity.flowers/blog/convenience.html
A fascinating idea. Viewing your browser tabs as part of the filesystem, allowing you to use standard Unix filesystem tools to view and manipulate the tab contents. The Unix "everything is a file" concept is still a powerful one.
Via Hacker News [ https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=25600338 ]
This set of explorations of colonialist value systems in games (both emergent and intentional) is resonating with me today:
I’m thinking about how much of this comes from cultural context, and how much comes from the the nature of traditionally non-networked video games where the player will necessarily have superior agency to any other (AI) actor.
Any good examples of games with mechanics that value the dignity of other actors, and that encourage collaboration?
privacy, decentralization, idealism, politics
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