@cybette Amstrad CPC 6128 with a green monitor. After that broke down it was C64 time. http://www.computinghistory.org.uk/det/2666/Amstrad-CPC-6128/
Goodbye Soundcloud, I moved my music to Funkwhale https://am.pirateradio.social/channels/kvr/episodes #funkwhale #pirateradio
Delete Chrome. Now.
Google is using its exceptionally powerful position to make *the browser itself* analyze your browsing behavior and serve that on a plate in the form of "cohorts" to anyone interested.
They are transforming Chrome into a "browsing-history-passport" - right now.
If you care about your intellectual freedom even a little bit, you must put Chrome out of your life as soon as possible. Support others doing the same.
TIL: You can play Nethack with a curses interface.
Amfora relies on a few godeps that aren't in the archive yet, and LaGrange has a dep on a library also not packaged.
Going to start with LaGrange since it seems like the lower hanging fruit, and will give Amfora a crack a bit later as I get more familiar with the Debian go package specs.
On Linux these are the two I mostly use:
@ecliptik I was mostly fine with my old full sized Ducky shine mech keyboard. After reading up your gemini post, I had to get a 75% keyboard. Did some searching, and I think I'll go with the Keychron K2 V2.
Has anyone written a comparison of different #gemini server software? Which is the best one? Why?
I'd like something stable to server my static pages and maybe hook it up with fail2ban, since I'm seeing some network scanning and would like to block those in iptables.
@jk Good job with Lagrange! I've just recently discovered Gemini and been testing out different browsers. I think Lagrange is my new favourite.
Chromium accounted for 60 *billion* DNS queries per day and a code change resulted in a 41% drop in global root DNS server traffic: https://www.theregister.com/2021/02/04/chromium_cleanup_drops_dns_traffic/
Internet denizen since when BBS's where a thing. Avid gamer when normal life does not interfere. General FOSS nerd.
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