Insightful comparison of some private search engines by @danarel
RSS never disappeared, it just became a bit forgotten about as people got sucked into proprietary platforms. I have used many different RSS apps and services and have come back to hosting my own (https://apps.nextcloud.com/apps/news) but Feedly, Inoreader and Tiny Tiny RSS are all good alternatives.
It's Time to Get Back Into RSS | Daniel Miessler
Facebook has just bought giphy.com for $400m.
A website which hosts free gifs. Valued at four-hundred million dollars. And the majority of those gifs come from media created by costumers/writers/mic operators/camera techs etc. who don't see the value they create normally, let alone in hyper-inflated purchases like this.
How does this make any sense? It doesn't.
With my Keybase accoun deleted, I want to point folks to my Keys and Accounts page on my website.
There's lots of products I don't list on ThinkPrivacy for a long list of various reasons (or sometimes simply because less is more).
Nothing gets me as much hate and arguments as the decision not to list Brave.
There's a massive cult of usership there that cannot take an ounce of criticism over the browser.
If you choose to delete your keybase, account and you’ve got some #stellar coins left inside that you prefer to gift away instead of deleting or knowing it will be for zooms profit, know that we do have a stellar address you can donate to.
Consider the following:
2. Keybase is used by a lot of people to sign their #git commits and whatnot.
3. Zoom, a company with bad security track record and murky ownership now has potential supply-chain-attack capability on a lot of software whose git commits are signed using keys that touch Keybase.
Riot Web/Desktop 1.6 + RiotX Android 0.19 + Riot iOS 0.11 IS HERE!!! E2E Encryption by default, Cross-signing & QR-codes for Device Verification, All New E2EE UI/UX + SO MUCH MORE making this our biggest release EVER! E2E will never be the same again 🎉🚀🍾https://blog.riot.im/e2e-encryption-by-default-cross-signing-is-here/
Think Stripe is better for your user's privacy? Think again: https://mtlynch.io/stripe-recording-its-customers/
Your IP address tells websites and ad companies a lot more about you than you might realize.
My latest for the Startpage blog.
@freddyym thanks for the shoutouts on HackerNoon!
Last minute #screenshotsunday
I use Arch, btw
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