Right now there are people on my Twitter feed debating whether a fintech that used a anticapitalism song in their marketing material and loves to hide their dirt with beautiful gifs and cult like behavior is better than that traditional bank that became "one hundred per cent digital" that had a data breach so serious our Public Ministry is suing their ass.

Banking in Brazil seems to be way more modern and robust than in the rest of the world but boy, do I hate how many fintechs have applied this hello fellow kids approach to every single thing they do.

I read the news about absolutely everything and I always get to the conclusion we the queers definitely need to travel to another planet, maybe even to another universe or build a reality of our own because this one isn't showing signs of improvement.

I've just realized that my cat (1) does know how to meow but (2) is actively trying to emulate the cry of a human baby because she knows most people in the house will give in and feed her after a bit of insistence on her side.

Follow-up: if anyone else was looking for an open source solution to this, services such as may address this use case better than video hosting services such as .

#35C3 family emergency.
I got confused when ordering tickets for 35C3, and apparently must have forgotten to order one of the tickets that we wanted to get? I was sure I had ordered 4 tickets, but can indeed only find 3 bank transfers for the tickets.😥

As a consequence of my mistake, we are now lacking a ticket and won't be able to go as our complete family unit (4 adults and 2 kids).

Unless some awesome person shows up and sells us their ticket.

If you have a spare, PLEASE contact me ASAP!

My first thought was but at the moment such feature is just an open issue (github.com/Chocobozzz/PeerTube). documentation (mediagoblin.readthedocs.io/) doesn't seem to have any mention of such feature so I'm guessing something similar wasn't implemented as well.

Folks, do you know any solution focused on hosting that offers privacy settings such as protecting videos with passwords?

I woke up this morning feeling awkwardly bisexual.

I released a new version of my Firefox extension that will forcefully redirect you away from privacy erosive services to better alternatives. It started as a joke, but I end up actually using it.

When I want to look up a place, I instinctively and mechanically start typing "maps.googl...". This extension will instead take me to OpenStreetMaps. It will also functionally translate Google Search links to DuckDuckGo and Google Translate links to Deepl.




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