So many things wrong with this, where do I even start?
Note: This guy works at Microsoft as a Project Manager. #OpenSource
He says "Thought: It's time for @mozilla to get down from their philosophical ivory tower. The web is dominated by Chromium, if they really *cared* about the web they would be contributing instead of building a parallel universe that's used by less than 5%?"
Mozilla recommends a bunch of password managers in this blog post and none of them are Open Source. No Bitwarden, no Keepass. Only LastPass, Dashlane and 1password.
Now, while this isn't a big deal, and they're all excellent options, you'd expect that Mozilla would recommend some #OpenSource password managers as well.
The New Brave is 22% Faster | Brave Browser
AWS gives open source the middle finger.
Five Trends Influencing Linux's Growth at the Endpoint #Linux #FOSS #tech https://www.linuxjournal.com/content/five-trends-influencing-linuxs-growth-endpoint
Today, exactly one year ago, I created my account here on LinuxRocks.Online after the GNU Social server I was using at the time was going to shut down.
Even though both are part of the fediverse, I would have never found so many fun and interesting people if I hadn't joined Mastodon.
A big thanks to all of you for making the Internet a better place! :)
So I just found this site https://www.privacytools.io/ and wow its great for all things privacy related. There is also prism-break.org. Any others out there that I should know about?
I must say that I'm impressed with the active development of #Mastalab
There's an update every other day! @firstname.lastname@example.org
Today I'm going to start learning #Python. It'll be the first programming language I learn seriously and something I'm going to learn because I want to, not because I have to. I'm excited.
I hope to be patient, persistent and hard working.
"France is ditching Google to reclaim its online independence" - https://www.wired.co.uk/article/google-france-silicon-valley #Privacy
@aniket I always wondered about that. Microplastics are everywhere anyways. In the far future we will be seen as we now see the ancient Romans who used lead in everything, even edibles.
Study says that 3D printers can emit hazardous micro or nano particles which can embed themselves in your lungs permanently.
Engineering student who loves STEM, reading, writing, podcasts and music.
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