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I got the brilliant idea to use my jacket as a background for a (hopefully) better looking photo of my keyboard. :)

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I heard on the radio today that we can only eat 100 grams of red meat per week and per person, if we want to save whatever's left of this planet.

I didn't know it was so little, but I'm glad that I'm already far below the limit. :)

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I've been having issues with high memory usage on my Nexus 5X. It turned out to be Lawnchair alone averaging at more than 500 MB of my total 2GB of RAM.

I replaced it with the KISS launcher that's been averaging at 20±3 MB of RAM.

No more force closing of applications when switching between them as well. :)

"SuperTuxKart, the open source Mario Kart clone, achieves beta status with network support" - betanews.com/2019/01/11/supert

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Talking to a colleague today about what would keep me from moving full-time to Linux. The biggest thing is Audio Hijack and Rogue Amoeba apps in general.

Does anyone know of something we don't know about for Linux? The ability to treat the OS sound subsystem like a studio mixing board is just so great.

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Shoutout to Framasoft (framasoft.org/en/), I found them recently through @hund and their software is very useful. In particular Framadrop and Framapic are great, file hosting and image sharing without any bells and whistles. No accounts, just upload the files and share the links :)

There's apparently one brave person that currently maintains the project GNU IceCat, a project that unfortunately always lags behind.

So, if there's so little interest in that particular FOSS web browser, what is all the FOSSy people using?

"T-Mobile, Sprint, and AT&T are selling access to their customers’ location data, and that data is ending up in the hands of bounty hunters and others not authorized to possess it, letting them track most phones in the country." – motherboard.vice.com/en_us/art

Speaking of search engines, what's everyones experience with the French standalone search engine Qwant?

* lite.qwant.com
* en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qwant

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