New article on the Earn It act up on the privacytools.io blog!
"The Germany Shock: The Largest Economy Nobody Understands"
Just like Google, Apple dropped its encryption plans:
If you want to secure your data, you can not trust Silicon Valley corporations.
What is great is how many sites were on the previous version of this list that are - at least for the moment - dead and gone.
Here is the @cryptpad link:
And have also attached a JPEG version for those not wanting to use CryptPad.
Hey folx. I'm writing a free book called Riot Medicine to help teach people first aid for protests, riots, and insurrections. Ⓐ 🏴 ⚕️
Some volunteers have already completed illustrations, but there's still many more that are needed before this can be distributed. If you're able to help out (even with just a single illustration!) get in touch.
You can find out more at https://riotmedicine.net
Examples of content (including illustrations) are provided below.
Hey #3dprinting people, what's your preferred software for doing 3d modeling? I am thinking something free. FreeCAD, OpenSCAD, and Blender all look good to me or is there a browser based option that really does it for you?
one of my favorite, strangest websites is https://www.horg.com/horg/
it's an elaborate shitpost of a website that traces an imaginary taxonomy and phylogeny of little plastic waste products, particularly the little plastic bits that they use to keep bread bags closed (occlupanidae)
very enraging article about oil companies going for plastic production
I found this on birbsite and it says that oil companies are preparing to double their plastic output because they are afraid that demand for fossil fuel is going down.
I could not read it to the end. I had to rage clean the kitchen
Sharing encrypted data is quite complex. We have now achieved a milestone by enabling you to share your zero-knowledge calendar with others! 😃🎉 https://tutanota.com/blog/posts/release-notes-calendar-share
Mindboggling about the security feature #DoH (DNS-over-HTTPS):
When #Mozilla enables it in the US (only for now), people cry.
Without even knowing the details, sometimes.
E.g. this is the consent prompt you get, when it is enabled… (https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/firefox-dns-over-https#w_opt-out)
Apple of 2019 is the Linux of 2000 https://nibblestew.blogspot.com/2019/10/apple-of-2019-is-linux-of-2000.html
Mobilizon : lifting the veil on the beta release
Mobilizon is an alternative to Facebook groups and events. After a successful crowdfunding, it is time we gave you a taste of this software and updated you
#Servicetoot - #Google has unfortunately blocked many #Invidious instances so that they don't work anymore.I hope they will work again soon.In the meantime please use other instances which still work and do *not* access #Youtube directly because that would show Google that their plan works.I clicked through the instance list on #Github and here are the instances which still work:
#FuckOffGoogle #Privacy #FuckYoutube
LEGO Braille bricks are the best, nicest, and in retrospect most obvious idea ever https://techcrunch.com/2019/04/24/lego-braille-bricks-are-the-best-nicest-and-in-retrospect-most-obvious-idea-ever/
This is genuinely heartwarming