2600 has once again shown that it has fortitude in the face of adversity in creating a new website showing the addresses of US concentration camps:
Their first issue has US White House Phone numbers, and in the 90s, they published the DeCSS source code.
If you needed more reasons to find Amazon creepy:
They keep all recordings of everything said to Alexa.
"On 10 April, astrophysicists announced that they had captured the 1st ever image of a #blackhole.
Just 5 days later, the NSF rejected a grant to support that ecosystem, saying that the software lacked sufficient impact.
#opensource is widely acknowledged as crucially important in science, yet it is funded non-sustainably."
HN was asked "What do you do on an Android phone that cannot be done on an iPhone?"
My response: Termux. https://termux.com
I've got an actual userland Linux shell and package ecosystem, with 1,231 available packages ... including standard shell tools, editors, and scripting languages, plus several Android-specific tools and APIs....
Surprisingly well received. And yes, #Termux does rock.
Got #freedombox nightly working OK on #raspberrypi (3b+) but mounting my ext4 hdd (usb) so that users could read and write on it is for whatever reason the problem now (syncthing, other users). I've chown it to me, I've tried setfacl users to read and write and chmod 760 still no permission even if ls -l shows that user have read and write permissions.
I know I'm forgetting something or just being a dumbass but anyone in fediverse able to point me in right direction?
For the last 30 years, a Finnish radio station has been broadcasting weekly news bulletins in Latin. They broadcast their last edition this week.
To the team behind Nuntii Latini, QI salutes you.
Apple didn't quite admit that planned obsolence is part of their business plan, but this comes pretty close.
This dictionary is pretty useful if you have problems speaking Silicon Valley.
I rebuilt my site with a newer Jekyll template, Minimal Mistakes.
If companies that have been doing harm start doing good, should we reward them? Or should we punish them, for previously doing harm?
My kind of freedom.
The new Raspberry Pi 4 is now powerful enough for everything, except visiting websites running on ads and trackers.
I do digital culture, game studies, and role-playing games.
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