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Cake day: Jul 28, 2020


You’re more suited to r/worldnews at Reddit™

Either GAFA agrees to store user-data in the countries in where they’re gathered or they’re banned from operating those countries, regardless of the fact that a blanket ban is an attack on “freedom of expression”

One of my CS professors is a open-source advocate, he has a GNU Project sticker on his laptop, so I think he understands the situation

My university is going to set up a Mattermost service because every major and student club is using Discord, even some classes are using it, which is a shame. What also really bothers me is that since the crisis began a year ago, we’re still using Blackboard Collaborate which is proprietary, I don’t see why we don’t use BigBlueButton

I like a European union, but I don’t like the European Union.

Just get a textbook (with a CD) if you want to learn a language

I’ll only ever consider the devices that track your heartbeat and are not connected to a network. Other than that, a mechanical watch or an electronic watch is all I’ll ever need, and I always have my smartphone.

Then it’s IPFS, which is distributed, not federated. You can upload a file to service that can pin the files for free (like globalupload.io up to a certain file size) or pin the files yourself. Then other users running IPFS on their machines can pin those files. The network runs a bit like BitTorrent.

They should just bring back the “flying pigeon” bicycle culture if the cars are that small.

An easily repairable second-hand laptop that is well maintained (not charged constantly) is, in my opinion, the most eco-friendly solution.

This is basically my laptop, which is a second hand HP Elitebook 840 G6.

For Imgur, there’s Pixelfed (for a traditional image-hosting website) or IPFS (where you can host/pin any file).

Qwant redirects to Qwant Lite

For some reason, Qwant redirects to Qwant Lite and whenever try to search something, it always comes up as “no results”. Does this happen to anyone else as well?..

Bear in mind, that deleting accounts in Big Tech won’t destroy the data that you’ve already given them…

IPFS for all of them. You can use globalupload.io if you can’t pin them yourself.

This doesn’t work as well, like I said in another comment, I live in the EU so I have to forego the GDPR rights to see the article.

I didn’t work for me, I already tried lynx before and I got the same results (without --dump). I’m in the EU so that’s probably why it worked for you.

Reading paywalled articles using free software

If I want to read https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2020/05/19/post-american-world-is-now-full-display/, I have to use archive.vn which allows me to go past the paywall (https://archive.vn/yTP0x). However, archive.vn is still proprietary so I installed ArchiveBox which is free software but doe…

Be sure to download this video in case it gets taken down or manipulated…

Alternative to Stack Exchange

I want to know if there are other specialised Q&A sites (and not general-purpose like Quora). I feel Stack Exchange has a monopoly in this domain. Since it’s both hosted in the US and its business model is not very clear (look at the trackers they have on their site), I want to avoid using it to ask…

Browsing Facebook without Facebook account

I need to look through a Facebook group but I don’t want to use a Facebook account. I want to know if there’s an open-source service like Bibliogram (Instagram) but for Facebook…

/c/thirdculturekids, for those who grew up traveling a lot

!thirdculturekids@dev.lemmy.ml is a community for those who were raised in a culture other than their parents’ or the culture of the country named on their passport for a significant part of their early development years. …