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For the life of me I cannot get two-finger click to work on i3 Arch

Dan Arel :archlinux: boosted

Do they call them alpha males because they lack certain essential features, are potentially unstable, and may be seriously flawed?

Dan Arel :archlinux: boosted

Your IP address tells websites and ad companies a lot more about you than you might realize.

My latest for the Startpage blog.

startpage.com/blog/privacy-awa

Installed Pop_OS's Pop-Shell Window Tiling on my Manjaro system and it's so awesome.

Minor bugs, which I submitted to their Git, but honestly, nothing that has stopped me from keeping it running.

Pop_OS! is great, and is now my sons OS, but I couldn't stay away from Manjaro.

I think I have a problem. lol.

One of the first and most important steps when deciding to take data privacy more seriously is to create an honest threat model.

What information am I trying to protect and who are you protecting it from?

Learn more in my latest blog for Startpage.

startpage.com/blog/privacy-awa

Today was a big push to TryLinux.today

Update some UI stuff, re-did the hardware page (added @ubuntushopbe)

I could use some help w/ making the menu mobile friendly (a hamburger).

trylinux.today/

Any recommendations for the best static site hosting? Free to really cheap suggestions welcome.

I don’t use github, and I don’t care much for gitlab, so I’d like to avoid those.

No laptop stand, but here’s my new work from home setup. Much nicer than the kitchen table. Also borrowed my raspberry pi’s keyboard and mouse.

Join me over on birdsite on April 14, 2020 at 12pm PT, 3pm ET. Along with Startpage, I will be answering questions on privacy online and IRL.

Fixed my issue where Kitty wasn't letting me use backspace in SSH.

I am really liking the Kitty terminal emulator, except for when I login to another server via SSH and I can't backspace. It just skips ahead.

Anyone seen that before?

In my latest blog for Startpage, I look at why even though privacy laws are good, we shouldn't be relying on lawmakers to protect us.

A great law today can be overturned tomorrow.

That's why we should be choosing services that act ethically because it's the right thing to do, not because they are being compelled.

startpage.com/blog/privacy-awa

Dan Arel :archlinux: boosted

Tonight we pushed our new email section live, getting rid of the table and bringing everything to our card design.

Next, we will be evaluating each recommendation again and updating information about encryption and other offerings.

thinkprivacy.ch/email

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