Android: Google entfernt NetGuard aus Play Store
I actually really like gnome.
Started out with KDE cause tons of people like it. but after watching @ChrisWere POP!_OS video i just loved the aesthetics of it. Having everything super minimal then pressing the super key have everything pop up
The latest version of #Chrome doesn't delete Google cookies even when you ask it to delete all cookies:
It also does some dodgy stuff with logging people into Google:
Chrome is made by Google, who make vast amounts of money from invading people's privacy.
The best easy-to-use alternative right now is probably Firefox:
Für alle die es interessiert, in mailcow wird in den kommenden Tagen die Mailverschlüsselung integriert
Dann liegen die Mails verschlüsselt auf dem Server. Der admin hat kein Zugriff die Schlüssel werden durch das Benutzerpasswort verschlüsselt
Tja dann verlasse ich wohl @Tutanota wieder und zurück zu meinem Server :)
What even more developers think of Valve's Steam Play https://www.gamingonlinux.com/articles/what-even-more-developers-think-of-valves-steam-play.12623 #SteamPlay #Interview
Google has started signing people in to Chrome without asking if they sign in to any google site like gmail or YouTube.
That leaves you one click away from uploading all your browsing data to Google.
#Google admits it lets hundreds of other companies access your #Gmail #inbox | #privacy https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2018/09/20/google-admits-hundreds-companies-read-gmail-inbox/
If you ask anyone off the street who was the single person who influenced technology the most they would probably say Steve Jobs or Bill Gates. The truth of the matter is the person is Linus Torvalds. In this day and age the linux kernel is everywhere from TVs and surround sound systems hell even my light bulbs run a linux kernel. You cannot escape it. The whole world is going Linux!
I'm finally here! So here goes for an #introduction:
I'm a #librarian at a small public library in New England, USA. I do a little bit of everything there: tech services, public services, janitorial services, snow-shoveling - whatever needs to be done.
Doctor: I'm terribly sorry but the tests are back. Your child is artistic.
Doctor: Now don't worry, it's not the end of the world. Your child will never have the mind of an executive, but with modern innovations like Etsy, Patreon and Kickstarter, they may be able to pay rent well into their mid-20s.
Parent: Did... did crayons do this
Doctor: Who can say? We're exposed to so many forms of art every day: music, poetry, language, geometry..
Parent: We're getting crayons BANNED
The world’s first time traveler was just a boy who created a machine. The moment before he first switched it on, he appeared to himself as an old man.
“Don’t,” the old man said.
The boy hesitated, but he remembered how angry he was at every adult who ever tried to hold him back.
“Fuck you, old man,” he said, smiled, and hit the switch.
In an instant, he was old, standing before his younger self.
“Don’t,” he said.
Reading online news, 2008:
- go to website
- read news
Reading online news, 2018:
- go to website
- no, don’t share location
- hell no, don’t send me notifications
- consent to cookie warning
- consent to policies
- no, don’t open in app
- no, don’t want the newsletter
- skip inspirational quote
- close full page ad
- read news
Imagine starting a college CS project to write an OS kernel, you don't think it'll go anywhere big, and it ends up becoming such a huge deal that you end up maintaining and developing it for almost 25+ years.
It's in servers, it's in phones. It powers supercomputers as well as embedded systems, robots, and desktops. Literally thousands of distributions stem from the project you hammered together in, now dozens of companies contribute resources to further its development.
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