25 y.o. from Italy working a boring 9/5 IT job.

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Motherboard verified the tool, which comes in the form of a bot on the social network and messaging platform Telegram, outputs accurate phone numbers of Facebook users that aren’t included in the dataset of 500 million users. …




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I’ve been using pop for almost an year now and it is definitely stable and reliable. Although, I have to say that pop-shell caused me a bit too much frustration because of weird bugs. They eventually fix them and their github/mattermost is really friendly, their site also actually helped me with most of the issues I had without having to ask around. But pop-shell does not look like to be as mature as I was expecting


Wow I didn’t know they worked like that, that’s great!


I’m following its development very closely. It’s already the coolest one but I can’t use it until the developer is done with the autocorrector



True, but establishing a parallel medium of communication would be a good start. How would people react if you asked them to write you on Signal or some other WhatsApp alternative? It has been a painful process for me, that literally took years, but now I have most of my chats on Signal and Telegram. At some point I’ve also been able to delete my WhatsApp account for like two years


Yes it’s true, they’re all closed source, but I’m grateful BookWyrm exists. It’s not only opensource, it also supports federation between instances. We really miss a letterbox alternative for movies though, and I’m surprised it doesn’t exist already. Maybe it’s also because there’s no movies equivalent to OpenLibrary, since Letterbox and similar services all rely on themoviedb/imdb for their data. Which are pretty good services on their own but they’re not driven by the same principles of OpenLibrary


Is she the reddit mod at the center of today’s controversies a lot of reddit is talking about?


For once the spark of a classic /r/europe’s [deleted] thread is not immigration




Quoting @durov’s announcement:

🎉 More good news – I am happy to share that Telegram has raised over $1 billion by selling bonds (a form of debt) to some of the largest and most knowledgeable investors from all over the world. This will enable Telegram to continue growing globally while sticking t…


Privacy policy’s also very shady and implies they might be already sharing your data with third parties


Trailer’s already out and it’s CGI, yes. Overall it’s not that bad but it’s a shame because if it wasn’t CGI the anime would’ve had a wider reach. Also the Netflix’s Blame! movie is CGI too (same studio). I don’t want to gatekeep animation but it’s so sad that Nihei’s best works have been adapted in this way


I went through the list and I’ll watch for sure the Knights of Sidonia movie, and probably the second season of Megalobox because I liked the first one a lot


Wow so it’s going to air this spring? I’ve watched the anime I think in 2017 and it felt like there was so much left to unwrap. I wonder if the movie is supposed to end the series


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Their bubble is going to burst before the Android app releases, and its competitors are going to catch up in no time. The idea behind clubhouse is technically very straightforward and in the reach of pretty much every big social media, it took Telegram one month to release its own take on voice rooms with unlimited listeners. Even Matrix is working on a similar implementation. It’s likely that the world is going to forget about clubhouse before the summer ends


Expect cars to cost more, phones to cost more. This year’s iPhone is not going to be cheaper than last year

…to the surprise of literally nobody lol.

Anyway, some weeks ago I came across an article on the same topic which gives a few more details on the ongoing shortage:

Why can’t chip manufacturers just increase output to meet demand?

In short, a perfect storm of problems has hit the semiconductor industry. Much of the world’s supply of computer chips comes from Taiwan, and most are made by the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), which has been dealt a double whammy.

Compounding the pandemic trouble is the trade war between the US and China. US chip firm Xilinx has had to suspend some sales to Chinese consumer electronics company Huawei after then-President Donald Trump put Huawei on a trade blacklist over national security fears. China is now working on building up its own production of chips. The US is doing the same, and getting TSMC to build a $12 billion chip factory on its own shores. Everyone wants to be able to guarantee their own supply of chips, and the current shortage has made it an even higher priority.

As if that wasn’t enough, the weather is also against many chip-makers. The manufacturing process requires lots of water. TSMC makes chips for dozens of companies and churns through 156,000 tonnes of water a day normally. But there are serious droughts in Taiwan at the moment, reservoirs are drying up and the firm is now bringing water to the factory in trucks.

And there’s still more. A fire struck a chip factory in Japan in October, while an unseasonably cold snap in Texas also temporarily shut down plants there.



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The final chapter of the Rebuilds of Evangelion will finally be released on March 8 2021 (happy birthday to me) in Japanese theaters, after 9 years from the previous movie. Hopefully the blue ray release will be made available as quickly as they did with Evangelion 3.0 (around 6 months), if anyone’s…





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What Android keyboard do you use?

Keyboards are probably one of the most sensitive apps on our phones, having access and handling practically everything we type. I’ve stopped using keyboards that require network access and started using only opensource apps a few years ago. What are your favorite, privacy-respecting android keyboard…



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