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Hi, I'm grey. Nomadic netizen. Innawoods cipherpunk. Friend of freedom. I'm trying out the activitypub network. I've been on the Diaspora network for 4 years and wanted to try other stuff. Follow me for woodsy-cipherpunk stuff.

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Portland, Maine passes referendum banning facial surveillance - As we’re currently shifting through all of the national and local votes from last night’s elections,... - feedproxy.google.com/~r/Techcr #facialrecognition #2020election #portland #privacy #maine #apps

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A Maine startup is drawing high-profile support for its low-tech plan to fight climate change: using kelp farms, which it says will sink to the ocean floor and lock away carbon for millennia. trib.al/AOSbakf twitter.com/NPR/status/1366634 #NPR #Climate #Maine

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I won the battle! I got Slackware 14.1 installed in this Pentium 133 with 256M ram.

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This could be interesting. Looking at 12-18" of snow and 50MPH wind gusts.

I need a new linux laptop. My X60 and T43 are dying. As long as it is small, has a CD drive and the hardware is linux compatible then I don’t really care. Whatever it is, I’ll have to buy it soon, exams are coming.

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As #Signal has had severe problems recently due to its centralised nature, here are some decentralised libre alternatives with Fediverse accounts:

➡️ @snikket_im - Initiative to give XMPP a consistent look and feel on instances and apps, to make it more attractive to new users

➡️ @xmpp - XMPP standards foundation

➡️ @delta - Decentralised messaging through email

➡️ @matrix - Best known for the Element client

➡️ @briar - Peer-to-peer encrypted messaging

➡️ @Jami - Peer-to-peer Skype alternative

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In no particular order, web sites like OpenStreetMap, Wikipedia, Archive.Org, Sci-Hub, tools like I2P, Tor, IRC, GPG, OMEMO, OTR, and open and federated protocols like Jabber, Email, Diaspora and ActivityPub are the most important projects on the internet and should be protected and exalted.

.org -hub

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NOTHING GETS A HEALTHY BOWEL MOVEMENT OUT OF ME QUICKER THAN A GOOD GINGER LEMON TEA

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"A team of amazing volunteers has created a huge open-source library of over 600 free-to-use icons for healthcare projects. Amazing effort to create a public good for the world." 😍 💊 💉

Project coordinated by Daniel Burka, who is asking the community to spread the word.

healthicons.org

#OpenSourceDesign

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Do you still use IRC?

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So...with the proper adapter...the @PINE64 PineTab is a viable presentation system.

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