I make videos about technology, opensource, community funded projects, gaming, and everything linux.

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Cake day: Jan 31, 2021


So cool i kind of want to get one but maybe i’ll wait for the next generation :D

Liberation store looks like a cool website :D

Hope they vote to start a union and the rest of the industry follows.

They should put the games in the public domain and let the world modify it :D

Yeah they can’t keep raising the prices. Especially when they now have competition. Altho the newcomers are pricing their services competitively to steal marketshare. If they were in the same position netflix is in now, they’d likely do the same.

This is a good question I also have. I think we do need to explore some monetization options. As an example, ads on youtube allowed for independent media to thrive. It was good.

But youtube, or alphabet as a publicly traded company, wants more money than just to pay the creators. They gotta increase profit to please the shareholders so we are seeing more ads.

I think we should normalize paying a subscription fee for content so that we don’t pay with it with our data. But it becomes a chicken and egg problem. Unless a creator or website is huge, not many ppl will subscribe for it initially. So what do creators or small websites do? Maybe there is room for ethical ads if we cant get enough users to pay or donate.

I’ve been thinking about this recently too and Revolt does look nice, and would be better than discord, but I would like to see matrix clients/clones that also cater more to discord users.

It’s kind of like the signal app. It’s the best one that is easy to use for now.

Cool! What are the benefits of having a PC port vs playing via an emulator?

Ubuntu touch is indeed very stable compared to the other linux distros.

Have you tried using the teleports app?

I think having payment in the messaging app will be expected as it is becoming the norm. But I don’t like that signal is partnering up with a private crypto coin corporation.

Is the answer necessarily cryptocurrencies? Maybe a stablecoin version or just some different intermediate way to send payments privately that doesnt involve cryptos?

Happy to hear this news too.

Do you think there will be any downsides to having an alternative payment system?

Element is good but the encryption aspect of it needs to be simplified especially for casual users.

I wish it were ARM based. What other SoC will they use? A custom AMD?

Same! my total mailbox size is 179 mb out of 18GB with protonmail :D

Haha that was good! I am all for mac os style distros. It is good eye candy to attract mac fans :D

Good points, I think the matrix/element relationship does deserve scrutiny but people blow this out of proportion when they say matrix itself is for profit or bought out.

I just made this video about why Lemmy is an awesome alternative: