This isn't goddamn normal. Working societies aren't like this.
One of the irritating things about the political changes of the internet since about 2015 Is how it's now important to follow up on the politics of the people behind nearly everything I find interesting.
I'll be like, "Oh this is a cool piece of art" and then spend 2/3 hours verifying it's not made by fash or hatesub posters or some fucking antisjw clown.
God, fuck nazis. I hate checking for them like fucking bedbugs.
So I know that I should use a VM when doing these crackmes. I know this. Running suspicious binaries off random websites is risky, and even if I *Think* I know what it does from my static analysis I should still be safe.
But it still feels wearing safety goggles for measuring how fast water is boiling.
When I first started using VIM, it felt like an imposition I was making on myself. Like, "why do I have to learn all this stuff just to edit text, this is annoying."
Now, it's just...so much fun. I feel like a wizard. I'm still a relative novice, but even just moving around ciw-ing stuff in code feels good.
the year is 2051. the bluesky team has been revealed to be Dark Eugen, who has plunged social media into an era of chaos with Friendcoin, a social network currency that has now replaced most official national currencies and is based entirely on your profitability as a profile. the Mastodon team has gone into hiding working on ActivityPub 4.0, a superweapon that will deal a crippling blow to Jack Dorsey's armies of TERF defenders
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Copyright is unethical.
Cybrespace is an instance of Mastodon, a social network based on open web protocols and free, open-source software. It is decentralized like e-mail.