Next week I’ll be speaking at WP Engine’s Summit on optimizing WooCommerce sites. It’s a free event so register at https://wpengine.com/summit.
@ndanes, I think you might appreciate this take by a friend of mine. https://jonathanbossenger.com/using-a-macbook-as-a-long-time-ubuntu-user-day-0/
americans: "it's not our fault you elected bolsonaro"
the white house:
White House admits CIA involvement in “War on Corruption” which jailed Lula and elected Bolsonaro | Brasil Wire
cryptocurrency, whining-free zone
Cryptocurrency Miners Force Changes to Free Tiers at Docker
What cryptocurrencies teach us is that greed at scale is unsustainable because folks will abuse everything they can to make a quick cryptobuck.
You can swear up-and-down that your cryptobucks is as pure as the driven snow, but the bad actors in your community are making that ring hollow.
Note: apologists will be ignored. Militant apologists will be blocked. Fuck this shit.
My early thoughts about trading in my laptop for an iPad. So far it’s gone far better than I would have otherwise expected. https://chriswiegman.com/2021/06/two-weeks-with-the-ipad/
@yunohost is amazing because it greatly simplifies the process of self hosting for less technical users... without it I was never able to do it. There goal is to empower as many people as possible to host their own stuff by removing the barrier to entry:) Take a look at the amazing list of apps already available...simple one click installs amazing! Yunohost can run on a VPS, an old pc, or even a raspberrypi. https://yunohost.org/en/apps
For the past year, ThinkPrivacy has been hosted by Namecheap as part of their start-up program, but our time in that program is coming to an end.
Anyone have any good, affordable VPS recommendations?
ThinkPrivacy makes no money. We don't sell ads, no affiliate links, etc. So all money comes from my personal finances (we get random donations here and there, but not enough to sustain it).
Any recommendations are appreciated!
Person 1: “I got $5000 from my parents to help me pay off my car”
Person 2: “I got $5000 from my parents to help me pay off my car, on an unrelated note, I simply cannot understand why people choose to be poor”
Person 1 is fine, Person 2 less fine
Just published Google lawsuit evidence indicates that like always retained users' location data, even if disabled in user interface, to the extent that its own employees flashed LineageOS on their phones to avoid tracking. Full thread on https://twitter.com/jason_kint/status/1398353211220807682
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