How bizarre. This seems to stem from the Blender Foundation refusing to enable ads on their videos. It is quite rare to have a large channel disable ads, so did YouTube just demonstrate their platform is one big Hobson's Choice?
This would break the internet.
Imagine YouTube Content ID, but for everything: blog comments, tweets, Github commits, Instagram photos, replies to newspaper articles, rental listings, dating profiles.
This is being proposed in the EU. #Article13
https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/mbk47b/europe-copyright-rules-content-id source: https://twitter.com/torproject/status/1007334390479941632
I recently ran PhotoRec on a very old laptop of mine. I found two screenshots from 2009.
The only thing missing from this screenshot is RocketDock.
I don't know the artist. But this is a great cyberpunk pixel animation
*Waiting patiently for E3 cringe video
It's not going to be a flashy apocalypse.
It will be a slow decline into the Internet of ISP gatekeeping, and you probably won't even know what neat services and helpful resources you're missing.
Wow both postmarketOS and eelo are celebrating one year. I would love to use either one on my device in the future.
It's great to see an android fork that takes privacy/freedom as an important feature.