We all need to get behind this
Reading this made my stomach twist, but it's a great lesson why you shouldn't use your phone number for two-factor authentication and most importantly why you shouldn't trust and rely on proprietary services and software, especially if it involves private and unrecoverable data like documents and photos.
"SIM swap horror story: I've lost decades of data and Google won't lift a finger" – https://www.zdnet.com/article/sim-swap-horror-story-ive-lost-decades-of-data-and-google-wont-lift-a-finger/
Google's Captcha is one of the worst trackers out there - because you have to use it even if you refuse to use Google: https://kevv.net/you-probably-dont-need-recaptcha/
Fortunately, Tutanota is completely Google-free! 😃😍 https://tutanota.com/blog/posts/open-source-email
After publishing my #Nextcloud setup guide, a couple of people asked me whether they can host on shared hosting.
TL;DR - Yes!
Personal resolution: search for video content on Peertube/LBRY before jumping straight to invidio.us
Suggestion for Youtubers: upload your content to other platforms as well as Youtube, and encourage your viewers to watch you there instead.
As viewers, we can vote with our views by watching our favourite content creators on those platforms, and if possible make small donations to compensate for the lost ad revenue.
You tell 'em, Joe!
He emphasizes its stability and beginner-friendliness, which is totally correct, but it's also great for experienced users. I've used Linux for ~ 15 years and did my share of distro-hopping, then happily settled on Mint a few years ago.
Question for @lunduke (others can weigh in also): Did Microsoft join the Linux Foundation to kill the Linux Desktop? They have already had to cede the server room so is this a way to make sure that they do not also lose the desktop? Windows is still a big business but shrinking as users move to other platforms (mobile, etc) as move apps move to the cloud and are therefore platform agnostic.