It's clear that "technologically neutral" can lead to abuses: Tusky being "neutral because the tech permits it" could have led to more hate speech like "kill all Jews", Mozilla doing "nothing because certs are technically designed to work this way" lets the digital rights of Kazakhs be eroded.
It is clear that technology serves a human purpose, technology doesn't serve itself, so I believe we shouldn't let our human morals be a slave to technology, we should make technology reflect our humanism
You want the Internet of Shit? Here you go.
This damn monitor sits on a raised platform which I cannot remove, and also has a stalk which cannot go lower, so unless I sit very upright I wind up always looking slightly upward, which gets painful quickly if I’m slouching.
So it forces a “better” posture.
Why not just electrify my chair, you say…
@brunoph User note: the Mastonaut app doesn’t respect custom character limits set for different instances, as far as I can tell.
@brunoph Do you have any plans to implement the “local only” posting option? Or is it there and I’ve missed it?
There's money to be made in locking up them there bodies.
@trickster seems fashionable these days to buy an open source company then gloat about how little you’ve ruined them
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