#Fedilab has either been hijacked or did a bait & switch. New developer, app uninstalled from phone behind my back, now requires payment on Play Store.
I saw some icons go but it's taken a week to figure it out. All Mastodon clients were uninstalled.
Shame, I was with it back when it was #Mastalab and the best toot tool
The #ActivityPub protocol is freaking fascinating. A blogging site (WriteFreely), a video sharing site(Peertube), and a social network (Mastodon) all communicate using the same standard, enabling the decentralized services to share freely with each other.
#MISP 2.4.97 released (aka so many new features)
Twitter released a big dataset on state-run disinformation accounts from 2016: https://blog.twitter.com/official/en_us/topics/company/2018/enabling-further-research-of-information-operations-on-twitter.html
At work I try to push the idea of password managers to non technical co-workers every time I can. I've noticed that everyone offers resistance, everyone's skeptical, and they'd rather use the same password everywhere.
I usually tell them that not trusting a password manager with their passwords is the equivalent of stashing all your money under your bed because you don't trust banks.
Postgres 11 - A First Look http://www.craigkerstiens.com/2018/09/20/postgresql-11-a-first-look/ (written by my buddy @email@example.com)
and here's a rebuttal that's even more depressing: users don't care that "everything is terrible", so in late capitalism, there's no pressure to fix it https://rakhim.org/2018/09/re-software-disenchantment/