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! 👍
A visualization of the terms of service for your popular web service.
"I agree" 🙃
The truth behind almost every job interview I've ever done.
Here's to hoping I don't have to seek out another "real" job. I'm pretty fortunate.
When you keep running your tests without having saved your changes
P.S, this was Day 44.
Now playing in the background: A documentary on data privacy and modern internet habits.
PSA: It's impolite to comment on another person's mammaries or genitals. Especially without having some sort of intimate context or understanding.
You'd think this would be a given by now, but it's not.
Just the other night I was in a room of female friends/family. I was the only man there. When the question came up of who has been sexually assaulted some way in their life, I was the only one with my hand down.
Stop this disgusting behavior, starting with the most "harmless" of methods - your words.
@trevdev Yup. Anyone can claim their website URL with Flattr, or their podcast RSS, YouTube channel, and any number of social accounts. Any claimed URL you visit for more than a few section gets a share of your subscription. You can review things at the end of the month and Flattr will divide the funds among claimed accounts. I’ve written some more about how their extension, podcast/YouTube, and privacy works.
Yes! Well, maybe? 😅
I don't always flag YouTube ads as inappropriate, but when I do, they're from that streaming CRTV bullshit.
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