I feel somehow like Lindisfarne, Infocom, Whole Earth, Internet Archive, Xanadu, early Creative Computing... Mastodon... all have the same soul. Something wide eyed and starry, techno-mystical. William Irwin Thompson was ex-MIT so maybe the Infocom part is not as much of a stretch as it seems.
And it's a song wired into my blood too.
But Modern Silicon Valley does not attract me one bit. Amazon and Uber and stack ranking oh hell no. No. That is NOT the future we dreamed of.
Oke @purism something is wrong with Librem Social for Android, because if I reload toots some dissapear to come back later.
Any fix available?
Time for #midweekScreenshot
It continues: "One reason DRM persists is that it remains relatively hidden from the consumer. Amazon and other ebook stores do offer some non-DRM titles but don’t make the distinctions clear. And Perzanowski’s research has shown that a “sizable percentage” of shoppers think that clicking Buy Now entitles them to similar ownership privileges of digital goods—lending, gift-giving, and more—as their physical counterparts."
Another thing I miss about Facebook was that most people I know IRL are on there as well. It was really easy to get in contact with someone I just met, just look him/her up and you've got a chat mate. Now I just have to chat with strangers or people I've met earlier online. Not that it is a bad thing, but just different. Still need to get used to it.
Do you delete your cookies daily (good boy!) but you are tired of being harassed with #cookie's banners on your favourite sites?
#Privacy and comfort go hand in hand.
I'm The Gimmick Hacker.
I'm a programmer, Linux lover, privacy advocate and free software advocate. Using Debian with love.