I've decided to share my #100daysofcode "tweets" here. If you find this spammy, be sure to filter them out in your timeline. I will always use the 100DaysOfCode hashtag.
I think I have enough of a personal following to move some of my more "personal" toots away from public timelines. This is great! I'll still share on the public local stream/fediverse. Especially if it's relevant to my local instance, funny or important/informative.
If you want to see the "other stuff" - go ahead and click the follow button.
Stay awesome and have a lovely day! 👍
Facebook plans to pass your photographs to advertisers and make users the stars of online ads, patent reveals
https://youtu.be/xuCn8ux2gbs Best 20 minutes I've enjoyed on the tube in some time.
Your daily data leak:
"540 million Facebook users' data exposed by third party developers"
@pixelfed https://pixelfed.social/p/trevdev/19169339701858304 keeps getting better and better. Feel free to find me there.
#Carnet is a free open alternative to Google Keep. It includes text, images, audio, todo lists and syncing features.
It's currently available for Android (on Google Play and F-Droid), Linux, and NextCloud.
You can follow it here:
You can find out more and contribute on its git page:
The lead developer is here:
On my 25th birthday: "Let's get wasted with as many friends as I can cram into my apartment and play video games until the small hours of the morning"
On my 35th birthday: "Let's make a nice breakfast, take the dog for a peaceful walk while everyone's at work, eat smoked meats and cheeses, gawk at kitchen supplies and settle in for a nice, cozy night."
I think I'm aging well.
I tried the "smart" watch thing once. A fitbit specifically. It's now collecting dust. :P
American tech companies are quietly working with the FBI on "solutions" to end-to-end encryption, @gizmodo reports. https://gizmodo.com/silicon-valley-and-the-fbi-take-their-encryption-fight-1833069827 There is no such thing as an encryption backdoor that only lets in the good guys. https://protonmail.com/blog/encryption-backdoor/
Russia blocks encrypted email provider ProtonMail
Blin it is good! #kvass
Have some things I learned to try for next time but the flavour is nice. Kind of like a lemony light beer.
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