Done, I got my #35c3 ticket! 🚀 Cya all in Leipzig!
oh well, no #35c3 ticket for me, will try again on the 11th. Not sure what I do if I end up without one. :(
Updated list of #ActivityPub projects in development and/or ready to use:
DropBox/Google Drive -> @nextcloud
GrooveShark -> @funkwhale
MeetUp -> @GetTogetherComm
Google Calendar -> @calendar_social
Feedly -> #ReadAs ( @write_as )
500px -> @peerpx
Shit. I think I know why social networks (including Mastodon) don't foster personal connection: There isn't a shared activity to bond over. No one is doing anything together. It's just people thinking out loud.
Even the special interest instances on this network don't really facilitate that, because they are too meta and only talk about a specific interest without facilitating the shared participation in said activity.
That's what made my old site ArtGrounds work. You could draw there.
@paulfree14 In case you still don't use IPFS, this explains the concept of 'pinning'.
Linus Torvalds on C++ (2007)
(submitted by tosh)
Ruby 2.6.0-preview2 Released – with JIT compiler
(submitted by 15DCFA8F)
So Max Schrems is sueing Google and Facebook for ~4 Billion € each for #GDPR violations. We take this possibility for granted, but let that sink in for a moment: we live in a society where a random individual can sue multibillion dollar companies for huge fines, and doesn't have to fear for his life or fear significant other repercussions. Not too bad actually.
Who controls Tor’s DNS traffic? https://medium.com/@nusenu/who-controls-tors-dns-traffic-a74a7632e8ca
Remember what Stallman did ~30 years ago when proprietary software dominated, he didn't recommended abstinence he came up with a positive answer aka Free Software. We need to do the same with today's evolving technology (cloud, saas, IoT, whatever). Ignoring it will change nothing we have to get engaged and shape it in a freedom and privacy respecting way.
A problem for every solution.
2001: A Space Odyssey – All 611 shots. ( 8000 x 2600 px)
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