@nebunez coffee and tea shops are always lovely. I like a little bit of clanking and chatter with a nice drink, so I'm right there with you.

This won't be a surprise coming from someone slowly leaving Microsoft, Google, etc., but as a , I won't touch . No control/ownership of files (& change/removal at any time), every action trackable, and another market for Google to slide into. No thanks

You can avoid #YouTube's weird algorithms and broken subscription system by subscribing to channels through RSS instead. You don't need an account, just a feed reader.

Put the channel's username in this address:

youtube.com/feeds/videos.xml?u

You can then add this RSS address to your feed reader app.

For example, OnePotChefShow's RSS feed is:

youtube.com/feeds/videos.xml?u

You can also make RSS feeds from channel IDs (strings of letters and numbers):

youtube.com/feeds/videos.xml?c

#RSS #BringBackRSS

@jordan31 yep, it's Brave. Hoping they fix it soon, but it's under a low priority right now. Check this issue: github.com/brave/brave-browser

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