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keycap printing samples for Reform arrived, made with a more durable process! these are UV printed and partially covered with varnish (enlarged glyph outline)

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finished the audio of the Reform campaign video. now just need the video.

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Some of the most sensitive searches are health-related. Whether it's for coronavirus research or finding information on other medical issues, choose a search engine that doesn't track you. duckduckgo.com

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I have no idea why the folks run their own Internet speed test service, but I'm definitely going to use this now instead of the proprietary sketchy ones out there. They even back it with a CDN.

deb.parrot.sh/speedtest/

It uses the LibreSpeed project:

github.com/librespeed/speedtes

Very cool.

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I went to an old friends house today. He taught me a little about 3D printing, I helped him set up a virtual machine with Ubuntu and pi-hole. I'm hoping I've gotten another person interested in Linux.

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Hi people!
Someone knows desktop Mastodon :mastodon: applications/clients?

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Projections au Festival du Film d’Éducation

Dans le cadre du Festival du Film d’Éducation, deux projections-recontres :

Vendredi 13 Mars à 16:30 La bataille du Libre de Philippe Borrel [87 min.]

Deux logiques s’affrontent aujourd’hui au cœur de la technologie, depuis que les principes émancipateurs du logiciel libre sont venus s’attaquer dans les années 80 à ceux exclusifs et “privateurs” du droit (...)
domainepublic.net/Projections-

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Cybersécurité : la moitié des attaques passe désormais par le Cloud.

Près de la moitié des attaques de cybersécurité passent désormais par le Cloud public, et AWS représente près de la totalité des attaques émanant du Cloud.

Note personnelle : 94% des attaques partant du cloud viennent d'AWS. Bezos, acteur majeur du cyber-chaos. Ce mec est décidément un danger public à tous les niveaux.

FUCK AMAZON
FUCK BEZOS

lebigdata.fr/cybersecurite-moi

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It strikes me as odd that claims to be privacy oriented and yet their default messaging app doesn't allow for cross platform encrypted messaging. Unless Apple is more concerned with lock in than privacy, wouldn't something like would be a much better default?

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Why Windows is a horrible mess, in a couple figures:
- 5.7 million source code files (not lines, files)
- 3600 developers, who submit
- 1100 pull requests a day, on
- 440 official branches

Source: BlueHat IL 2020 - David Weston - Keeping Windows Secure youtube.com/watch?v=NlfZG2wTPZ

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Inrupt, Tim Berners-Lee's Solid, and Me - Schneier on Security

The idea behind : "Your data lives in a pod that is controlled by you. Data generated by your things -- your computer, your phone, your IoT whatever -- is written to your pod. You authorize granular access to that pod to whoever you want for whatever reason you want. Your data is no longer in a bazillion places on the Internet, controlled by you-have-no-idea-who. It's yours."

schneier.com/blog/archives/202

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But I still think XFCE, Budgie, and MATE are just more stable and smooth. I haven't tried gnome in a bit but even gnome seems to be getting more polished than KDE recently. I don't actually care much about RAM usage

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The Intercept:
"Leaked Reports Show EU Police Are Planning a Pan-European Network of Facial Recognition Databases."

dev.lemmy.ml/post/30715

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Fosstodon is an English speaking Mastodon instance that is open to anyone who is interested in technology; particularly free & open source software.