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It's pretty amazing that you can develop an app using KDE's libraries in KDE's IDE, have wonderful artists make your project artwork in KDE's painting app and edit a video about it all in KDE's video editor. The number of organizations that could tell the same story can be counted on one hand. The scope of what the #KDE community does is stunning.

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What OS camp are you in? Hopefully this will be big so please boost so we can get as many votes as possible

This is a test of Mastodon via weechat via bitlbee

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Cat: *stares at me intently for several minutes waiting for her food bowl*
Me: *gives food bowl*
Cat: *sniffs at it, wanders off*

New show! GNU/Hamish starting now twitch.tv/hamishtpb

This episode is about my journey from first home computer to the transition to "PC" hardware and Linux in the late 1990s.

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&TLDR; social hacks > exploits. Keep an eye on your repository and org permissions. Don't take sweets from strangers. (Thread)

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Linux command line :linux: 

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Reddit may be hit or miss when it comes to certain subreddits, but I really like /r/indiegameswap. You know those duplicates or games you're never going to play when purchasing bundles from sellers like Humble Bundle? It's really easy to trade them for some other cool games instead :)

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Three cheers for this @lifehacker privacy hub, a collection of guides to help you make your data more private and secure, including:

• How to choose a VPN
• The best browsers for privacy
• Turning off device location tracking lifehacker.com/s/dataprivacy

Original tweet : twitter.com/DuckDuckGo/status/

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Isn't that satiric? Android 9 offers a feature called "private DNS". And guess what 95% of all tutorials describe? How to set that up with the DNS servers of Google and Cloudflare.

Facepalm.

Why it's called *PRIVATE* then? Because the two are private companies (and not NGOs)? Then why do those articles say it's for better privacy? Something doesn't sum up here.

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@matt I have been looking for the root cause of this toot for 5 hours.

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