Something that rather bugs me is people blaming the internet in general for it's negative effects on society. Shouldn't we blaming ourselves to an extent for not using it responsibly and find ways to make the internet better?
Wonder how hard it'd be to construct one of these for myself...
Caz here, staying up way too late as usual. What are you all up to?
I really need to stop staying up so late.
Remember to take care of yourself. You can’t pour from an empty cup.
Remember when Lainchan was the one decent imageboard, and not swarming with /pol/ users and shitposters? I miss those days.
Question: Why is KDE5 so amazing?
It's been a while since I posted. How's everyone been doing? :O
The hopeful part is: it seems possible to find such bugs.
We seem to need to go deeper and deeper, lower and lower to find the really huge gaping security holes. That means that there is *some* progress. And so there is *some* hope.
I like to also think that each one of these actually removes something from NSA's and APT's arsenals.
This classic desktop theme someone made years ago just screams "LOOK AT ME! I'M A FUCKING EDGELORD!" https://archive.org/details/bastard_201801
Sometimes when you comb old #web1.0 sites you find a goldmine of so-bad-it's-good cringe. "Do you like Card Captor Sakura?" "yeah?" "Do you like MST3K?" "yeah!" "Do you want to see poorly reenacted versions of your favorite Card Captor Sakura characters roast bad fanfiction and make terrible jokes the author thought was funny?" "HELL YEAH!" "Then look no further!" http://cardcaptor_schlueter.tripod.com/
I'll be giving cybrespace a try. I usually reblog stuff regarding old tech, internet history, and whatever the hell is on my mind.