Looking at my video notes I wrote Man Fest v3, instead of Manifest v3, that would be a very different type of video

The merge date for Rust in the Linux kernel keeps getting pushed out, previously it was 6.0 now we're pushed back to 6.1. Who wants to bet we see another delay

Secondly you shift the issue over to the content blockers instead of the browser, now users will see that the plugins aren't working like they're supposed to be so there's no point even keeping it installed anymore.

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Now this is the brilliant part, if they broke content blockers completely everyone would here it about and it'd be global news but if you let the content blockers work, firstly you have Chrome simps coping that it's not an issue basically acting as free marketing

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Instead what they've done is applied a total rule limit to the browser and a rule limit to the individual plugins which allow them to kind sort of work most of the time but crippled to the point where they're nowhere near as powerful as they used to be.

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Google devs are so smart with their approach to breaking content blockers with Manifest V3. Contrary to early reporting they're not completely broken you can build a content blocker on MV3, multiple now exist like an experimental version of Adguard and Ublock Origin

Turns out the battery was 10 years old, of course it couldn't have lasted just a few more weeks

RT @BrodieOnLinux@twitter.com

I getting rid of these piece of junk car later this week and just to ruin my day one more time the battery finally gave out

🐦🔗: twitter.com/BrodieOnLinux/stat

I getting rid of these piece of junk car later this week and just to ruin my day one more time the battery finally gave out

Few days ago my biggest issue with Wayland is finally getting addressed, if you know you know, video coming out very soon

What a good use of time and money

RT @VictoriaPolice@twitter.com

Officers intercepted a man riding a motorised esky on a dirt track off Walshs Road on Friday.

The 20-year-old from Diamond Creek was issued an infringement notice for using an unregistered vehicle at a cost of $925.

Read more: police.vic.gov.au/motorised-es

🐦🔗: twitter.com/VictoriaPolice/sta

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