birdsite, the right, algorithms, "no-shit" moment
> Twitter admits bias in algorithm for rightwing politicians and news outlets
> Home feed promotes rightwing tweets over those from the left, internal research finds
ORLY? Well I'd never!
Hits a bit too close to home:
"Cookie Preferences" on hub.docker.com take about a minute to "process", and then you get a message that "some opt-out preferences require third party cookies".
Are you fscking serious? Is this some kind of a joke?
How about you just do not set cookies I have not specifically opted-in to receive?
I wonder what @noybeu would have to say about this.
- I got ya!
uspol, taliban, shitpost
Hey The Guardian, I found a better photo for your US Supreme Court #Texas abortion article.
More #LibResilient progress: several new tests implemented, relevant output in Gitlab-compatible format so we can have Nice Shiny Things.
We like Nice Shiny Things!
I think late-stage-capitalism became accidentally self-conscious, and yet definitely not self-aware.
And now the kicker -- the byline on that piece is:
> Martin Strutz is co-founder of AND CO, an proactive app that gives independent workers more time to do what they love: the work.
I'd just like to interject for a moment.
The "here's your cake, #Linux, now go and compile it yourself" joke was funny the first 50 times I saw it 15 years ago.
Most Linux users never need to touch a compiler. Most advanced Linux users touch it very seldom too, these days.
How about we dispense with this crap and post something actually funny (and you know, not buying-into corporate propaganda) instead?
In light of the latest data breach at T-Mobile in US, may I remind everyone and their dog of this little gem from 2018:
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