Everyone should use ad blockers across all their devices (uBlock Origin)
Everyone should try to use DNS sinkhole applications/servers like Pi-Hole or Adguard Home or unbound
Should really have (2015) in the title
Received: 17 March 2015 / Revised: 12 June 2015 / Accepted: 12 June 2015 / Published: 17 June 2015
Looks really fun, like a proper Smash Bros “clone”. The fighting game community has high hopes for it given the devs made a well regarded unbranded game (slap city).
Well that is where IRC can shine :)
Just use other services for file share/video/audio chat… As one should.
Open source secure flying messaging!
+1 anonaddy. I love making new emails for cool sites I find. Not sure I’d use it for job seeking though, better to use a specific alias.
Legal requirement. Makes ne sad because many schooling IT staff don’t have the time or insight to seek out alternatives or audacity forks.
exfat for simple USB Storage, works on any OS (linux just needs exfat-utils and fuse)
Ext4 for linux drives
This smells of anti-trust nonsense, becoming just like Apple. I’m sure someone will reverse engineer the .aab format.
Doubt it will work without Google Play Services, or with older Android versions. Custom ROM users would be screwed if no paper option was offered.
It’s certainly a very promising alternative. Biggest issues are obviously cost, distributuon, global production, and social acceptance. Additionally, fighting against big oil since they have seemlingly unlimited funding and lack of morals.
It honestly is.
The title should have been “consider switching”. That said ripgrep (one example of a unix tool taken next-level) is literally a game changer.
Upon entry, please report for freenode passport inspection.
Lmao, that’s rich coming fron those countries…
From the user experiences I’ve heard, they seem pretty lenient. I’m sure like any other ISP they check and will call you out of if they get a Cease and Desist letter for P2P content.
I guess you could ask them before signing up if your desired uses are acceptable to them.
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But what happens at either end of the 33km stretch? Does the driver have to take over?