I am looking for a VPN (or perhaps another method) for making Netflix believe I am in South Korea. I would like to not have to spend much money, if at all. Does anybody have any suggestions?
I am inherently suspicious of a lot of VPNs I see advertising on YouTube channels, but maybe that is unfounded. The only VPN on privacytools.io that will let me choose a server in SK is Proton VPN.
I tried to get #mycroftai running earlier today (which @thewk mentioned to me last week), but for some reason it seems to have issues connecting to pulse, so there is absolutely no sound output whatsoever. I haven't tried the Android app yet, but I am having trouble getting it to work right on my laptop.
When I was 13 and just getting into computers and technology I had a wide imagination and thought of countless ideas of what I could make someday. I had all the ideas in the world, but no capability to realize them.
I will be turning 21 this month and I feel like things have moved in reverse. I have all the capability in the world, but I can't for the life of me think of a single good idea to work on. And when I do get a small semblance of an idea, it is very hard to see it through to the end.
Or maybe I should just install a fwm/de that I like, keep my twm installed, and use either depending on what is more useful for what I am doing....
I first started using twms on my laptop cause I hate using the trackpoint, trackpad, or carrying around a mouse, and it works very well for that purpose, but I kinda don't see the same benefit on my desktop. I miss having a dock for my most used apps and some other things. Maybe it is nostalgia. Has anybody else experienced this or gone back to floating wms or des after a bout with twms?
To clarify: this will be my first time driving alone ever, and it will be happening in a little bit.
I thought the way I worded it might be confusing.
This, in my opinions, is the correct usage of notifications. And similar to how many apps Foss and Non-Foss sometimes have bad defaults when it comes to privacy, many apps have bad default notification settings. Take control of your phone and computer! Do away with them all if you can help it.
One, it clears up your notification feed. No longer is your phone constantly beeping you about nonsense throuought the day.
Two, if your phone does beep, you know it is one of the small list of apps that you have said notifies you of important information.
Three, these two things combined means that you unlearn the habit of constantly checking your phone to see if there are any new notifications.
I don't get many text messages, but when I do, it's something important, so I leave the notification on. For something, even like mastodon, I leave it off. I will look at my mastodon notifications in the app when I chose to. I won't let any app drag my attention away to focus on it. This does a number of things.
I am largely of the opinion that notifications, particularly on phones, is heavily misused. Non-Foss apps will use it to constantly beg for your attention and make you feel like something is urgent. Foss apps tend to give you more control, but I don't like the defaults. Notifications should be used for urgent information. (continued)
Tech Enthusiast and language learner
Write good software that happens to be free. Not shit software that's only selling point is being free.
Fosstodon is an English speaking Mastodon instance that is open to anyone who is interested in technology; particularly free & open source software.