A ridiculous idea, at a ridiculous cost. I wish I could say that obviously no one would ever pay for this, but I know better. 🤦‍♂️ arstechnica.com/science/2019/0

It seems like it’s always Samsung in stories like this. Coincidence or not, it makes me never want to buy anything from that company. theatlantic.com/technology/arc

According to a recent survey, 74% of Americans don’t know *that* Facebook compiles a list of their interests in order to serve ads to them theatlantic.com/technology/arc

If fake-news sharing is driven by age, as this study purports, then I would imagine the problem is one of education. How do folks know what a reputable source is when they’re not digital natives? nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2019/

Shrek/Facebook mashup 

Okay, so I really want to run Nextcloud behind a uWSGI vassal (with the half-dozen other webapps on my server), but for some reason when I do I get XHR failures like crazy (see image). Runs fine under php-fpm.

I've been working on this all day without much progress. Any of you fediverse geniuses have any ideas what I should be looking at?

Let’s crowd-source this. my father-in-law came back from China with this picture of a sign, posted at a men’s room urinal. We feel like 1, 3, and 4 are pretty obvious, but what’s going on in 2?

It’s helpful to know the different diff algorithms so you can know when to use which vimways.org/2018/the-power-of-

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