@ChrisWere Hey Chris, I've been watching your videos and just love them. There are so many questions I have for you but I've kept from hassling you with my noob stuff. Loved the de-googlize video, just loved it.

There's a new experimental version of Tor Browser out now. Tor Browser 9.5a7 resolves breakage introduced in version 9.5a6 for non-en-US versions, updates translations, and updates Tor Launcher to for Windows + OS X + Linux. blog.torproject.org/new-releas

@johnharvey237 whatever you want, there's probably an instance for it.
Welcome to federation.

I'd really like some opinions on this, I'm new here and would like advise on connecting to the . I'm on a Macbook Pro and I've installed from my app store. There were others in the app store but whalebird was free. I don't really like it but it does let me connect my other nod accounts, which so far has only been . Was that the right way to say that, other nods? Also, I thought since linuxrocks.online was the first place I signed up, i used that everywhere?

@ChrisWere can I go anywhere in the fediverse on my linuxrocks id

@desdinova I tried seamonkey. It's still installed. It didn't support something I put in the code. My chat box. I'll be taking that out anyway.
Their instructions wear hard to follow. I never did successfully insert a photo. I put the photo in a shared folder on my Google drive.

@ChrisWere very nice YouTube page. I'm most def going to watch your vids. I just did my very first ever site with . omg.lol/wildmanjohn69
Wow is this stuff hard for me. I'm not really getting it. I've tried so many different editors and have yet to find one I can understand. Maybe I need to just caught up the dough for one that costs money. I really wanted one with the feature.

I really like Linux, love it infact. However, I've only just started using it and I'm lost. And when I look up how to do something, I'm even more lost. It's like everything is explain in a fashion that a certain general knowledge level is expected. Well how do you get to that level without starting at the beginning ignorant. After trying out a bunch of different distro's I finally picked one to start using. I went with Parrot Security OS. I dual booted my ThinkPad with Win 10. I like it.

Utter madness.

Clearview scraped billions of photos for its facial recognition app.

New docs reveal it's been used by more than 2,200 law enforcement departments, government agencies, and companies across 27 countries.
.onion: bfnews3u2ox4m4ty.onion/article

Take action against Section 215 of the Patriot Act. This mass surveillance should be ended at once and for all. act.eff.org/action/tell-congre


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