I’ve never heard of this but it seems really cool.
I tried a few searches and everything its pulling up looks like late 90s internet. I love it. Its all personal, small, niche or passionate fan websites.
Its a nice way to filter out all of the big media, corporate, etc. Websites that usually clog my searches.
I can totally see myself using this on a regular basis. Thanks for sharing!
I remember having my game cube, a wavebird controller and a small 9 inch tv with handle.
It went everywhere with me. I would go to a friend’s house and plug it in in the corner of the room. With my wave bird controller there were no cords to worry about.
Those were good times! Nothing but gaming days on end.
Another antenna pod user checking in!
For me, it’s ‘almost’ perfect and after adjusting some of the settings, I can’t imagine ever needing to use another podcast app.
I like to listen to the Privacy, Security and OSINT show.
Not what I expected, but Maggot Wind sounds great. Solid late 90s hard rock. With Dombroski on vocals and Ellefson rocking the base this will be something special.
I absolutely love this move. Its such an iconic and unique looking film.
Fantastic score, gorgeous locations and sets. Its one that, for me, never gets old and is a blast from start to finish. Also Liam Neeson in an early charismatic role.
If you don’t already know about it check out https://www.pine64.org/pinenote/
Its powerful, open source and powered by Linux. Its still a ways off and a bit more expensive than I was hoping for, but I will be picking one up to replace my kobo.
I am assuming they were not using proton VPN?
This couldn’t possibly end bad… or lead to unforseen circumstances…
It is. The full URL is https://preview.goatpen.co/
I’m glad this thread was made. I discovered the site yesterday and had questions as to the Lemmy roots with it proudly boasting ‘join Lemmy’ at the bottom of the page.
Firefox on both PC and Android.
I have never had any major complaints or a reason to look elsewhere. Now that it is the last unique browser versus an onlaught of chromium variants I feel it’s even more important to support them.
I have always liked https://www.nytimes.com/wirecutter/ I had more faith in them before the NYTimes bought them, but honestly they have consistantly steered me in the right direction.
I completely agree with your first point. I can’t count how many times I have visited a forum and found a thread that is answering a question almost identical to mine, but is missing one key piece of info that I need.
I hate to make a new, almost identical thread for a simple bit of added info. I honestly can’t think of a good reason in favor of time locking a thread.
If we had to however, I think your 6 month + longer as needed approach seems the most reasonable.
Not surprising at all. Barely pay the workers enough and send ALL the profits to the CEO and Executives.
HOLY Beep!!! I absolutely love pine 64. This is something I have wanted for a long time. An open source e-reader.
Last year I finally broke down and bought a Kobo. Its much better than the kindle for me and it has worked out great, but I didn’t realize that it was tied in with Walmart.
So you can give all your information to Amazon for a Kindle or Walmart for a Kobo. Thank God for a pine64 alternative. I can’t wait!
Not a feature that I will make much use of, but I love seeing the app grow and hopefully pull in more people.
OMG!!! I searched the internet high and low some years ago for something just like this.
All I ever found was some phone from South Korea, I believe, and was shown at CES one year and then never widely released to my knowledge.
Then I stumbled upon Trixbox and other projects to achieve something similar.
This looks great though. Exactly what I was originally wanting to find. Thanks a bunch for posting!
I started with Raspian on the Pi years ago. That got me familiar with the Debian command line.
I eventually installed Lubuntu on a low spec PC that I had and loved it.
I tried a few other distros, but eventually settled on Elementary OS. It has a sleek UI, Debian based, and gives me very few issues. I’m eagerly awaiting 6.0!
I should also add, I like Elementary OS because it has a solid yet slim selection of pre-installed apps. The less bloat the better!
Not the OP, but Cryptpad looks awesome. I had not heard of this before, but something I will certainly make use of. Thanks for the suggestion!
I would say half of the time I am on Reddit.
The other half I am on Lemmy and a selection of Matrix rooms.
I check out every one I hear about though. I like to stay on top of whats out there.Some like getaether, I feel have potentail, but the community is just not there.
This is something I have been hoping for. I didnt realize they already had one. Thanks for mentioning it!
Unfortunately I can’t help with the .apk 😔