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Cake day: Aug 20, 2021


Bookmarklet: javascript:q=location.hostname+location.pathname;location.href="https://txtify.it/"+q;

Abusing unicode fonts is a usability nightmare; even if screen readers do their best announcing them, just avoid doing it in general. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZH7A5LnveoI

Partnership before sexism and war, by Tao Lin

One of the most interesting and most hopeful things I had the chance to read this year. (yes, it’s published by some edgy/trendy magazine but please ignore that)…

The photos are so bleak, between 90’s 3D and post soviet countryside bling.

Really nice indeed. Looks like it’s the sidenotes from Tufte CSS.

And Apple knew about it:

The manner in which Google has actively worked with Big Tech competitors to undermine users’ privacy further illustrates Google’s pretextual privacy concerns. For example, in a closed-door meeting on August 6, 2019 between the five Big Tech companies—including Facebook, Apple, and Microsoft—Google discussed forestalling consumer privacy efforts.

Thank you!

(If anyone wants to use it, you need to remove the trailing slash) javascript:q=location.pathname;location.href="https://scribe.rip"+q;

Thanks for this! I was thinking, did you thought about making a simple bookmarklet?

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Not that rare, I can assure you.

It depends of who you’re stealing from. Another individual? No. But thankfully now we have big food distribution chains, that have impressive percentages of produce already accounted to be wasted at some point, so please take what you need in the supermarket.

You can’t report a subreddit. Only individual posts.

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Meilleur je sais pas, ça a foutu en l’air mes userstyles.

My mostly black wardrobe comes from the street and second-hand shops, except for underwear. Everything fits in a backpack. So my style might be nerdy eco-conscious pseudo-hobo? Hahaha fashion is a joke really, an embarrassment of riches, a waste of time and resources.

You might be right, I just witness so much greenwashing (that can make people feel good about themselves and continue overconsuming as usual) that I can only be extremely suspicious of every published report of article.

EFF and McSweeney’s have teamed up to bring you The End of Trust (McSweeney’s 54). The first all-nonfiction McSweeney’s issue is a collection of essays and interviews focusing on issues related to technology, privacy, and surveillance. …

At least it is less scary than “Democracy dies in Darkness”…