hot take about bitcoin
i feel like people going on and on about how bad bitcoin is for the environment or whatever is just doing a lot of free marketing work for bitcoin. it's a heel character. its entire brand is being all about money and greed and so on. that's exactly what appeals to people about it!!!!! it's the loveable rogue who helps them buy weed. proof-of-work is just conspicuous consumption, which people also love, like they love vegas casinos and the hugely wasteful fountains out front
@email@example.com We've thought about enabling it for everyone, but I still think focusing on custom domain names for identity is the way to go. Keeping it opt-in also means fewer surprises for people. Will revisit this again in the future, though.
Took Karaby out on lake Monona. His first time in a canoe or kayak. He was a bit nervous but did great 🙂. #dogsofmastodon
US pol, right to repair (+++)
Biden does the executive order, urging the FTC to stop electronics and other hardware company from blocking third party and DIY repair
We published a paper! Versatile Open-Source Photoreactor Architecture for Photocatalysis Across the Visible Spectrum https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.orglett.1c01910
TIL: there is a new built-in #citation support in the pipeline for #orgmode.
See the comments on https://www.reddit.com/r/emacs/comments/nr51v3/using_orgref_for_longform_footnotes_like_one/
Hi fedi, glad to have some more news for you. Today we've launched our webchat and Tor onion services.
Webchat is available at: https://web.libera.chat/
And information on connection via Tor is available here: https://libera.chat/guides/connect#accessing-liberachat-via-tor
Please note: Tor requires an existing account with CertFP/ECDSA challenge configured.
We know that these gateways, and Matrix, are a big deal to some projects, so I hope we can continue to welcome projects and hopefully we have news about Matrix tomorrow!
±8 years after killing google readers and announcing the death of RSS, Google decided to integrate RSS again in their Chrome browser:
Well, we didn't wait for them to realize that RSS is not dead…