capitalism vs public and private spaces Show more
to our eye, it looks like capitalism has devoured public space to the best of its ability, then set about the task of doing the same to private space
if we were cool, this would be the point where we lay out a plan to somehow resist this
but heck! who has the money to run their own private telecommunications network? who even owns a home anymore?
all we really have is "um, do your best, comrades!"
i guess any act of resistance is good, however small?
The reason why I'm studying is because I want to be a high-five-to-six-figure queer techie who gets like two other six-figure queer radical techies to get a big coop house in an inner area to subsidize like 3 other queerfolk who are having a hard time with employment and housing. If upper-class queer leftists actually got their shit together and did that in more cities, it would be a small gesture that has a huge hecking impact for at least a few comrades at any given time.
A backdoor is a vulnerability by definition. When Politicians demand backdoors to encryption, they are not asking us to choose between security and privacy. They are asking us to choose no security: https://tutanota.com/blog/posts/why-a-backdoor-is-a-security-risk
queer girl in need of help. Show more
Hey all, I need help, I was sick for a couple of days with the flu and couldn't work. I went to go give plasma (to make up for the lost) but had a panic attack (because of how big the needle was )which made them send me home. I am $138 short on my rent and its due by the 4th. If I don't pay, I will be kicked out of my apartment. Please help
@mutantstd thanks for open sourcing orxporter. I was able to compile my own 64px set and make use of JSON data I didn't know existed.
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