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Anything is bad. Just like how Uber is shit today, P2P won’t be any different. A system where everyone can advertise themselves as a taxi is unnecessarily dangerous. Just use regular normal taxi. Anyone can become a taxi in that system, and that’s bad.

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Please end timezones. We only need one universal one and that’s it.

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Team Fortress 2 has native support and is very addictive and has a large active community despite the game being over 15 years old now.

…just don’t play in casual servers. It’s filled with bots

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Time to switch to alternative open source ones: Revolt, Matrix, Spacebar…

Revolt looks and functions the most like Discord.

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GrayJay works great. And it’s not even limited to YouTube, there are lots of other platforms you can fill your feed with. And also, you still can get your feed directly from YouTube, so recommendations are there and channel memberships also work. You can’t use YouTube likes and comments, but you can create a Polycentric identity, and like the videos or comment on it in that “decentralized” identity platform.

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“Y’all wanted good documentation, no?”

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Just a few years ago, AI was a simple program that had hardcoded answers and inputs in if else conditional blocks and ML was ML. After ChatGPT got popular, AI is no longer a simple if else program. The worst of all is that ML is no longer called ML.

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It’s good enviromentally and bad privacy-wise because no electrical car today is “dumb” or lets you install a custom OS easily (if at all)

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You had your files in Google One storage though.

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If I am not mistaken, there’s already an import tool. Or was it Codeberg?

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It’s no longer a prioritiy in GNU. It’s better if we forget GNU Hurd for the time being.

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That seems like it’s their problem. Should have written that recovery phrase in multiple places. E2EE should be opt out for the normies who can’t remember their passwords let alone write down their recovery phrases in multiple places. Like, I bet my ass most of the people don’t even have a complex master password. It’s some band name with their date of birth appended at the end which barely reaches 16 characters probably with the lowest entropy possible for a 16 character password.

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It’s for the good of everyone. Is data privacy a bad thing?

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Seashells? No no, in apple world, the currency is seashell. You now buy cash with the seashells from the seashore.

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Framework laptops are indeed good, but their prices exceed my budget alot.

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The problem with my gaming laptop is that there’s some hardware issues that are pretty costly. I’d rather just get a new laptop at that point.

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Thanks for the search.

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I agree. Semicolons are a small “tradeoff” (personally not for me) for such a great language.

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I use it. The linkable proof is in my Lemmy desc for example.

What to include in a backup? (Ubuntu)

Hi! A friend just recommended the backup tool that comes with Ubuntu. I took a look at it and was wondering what you guys include and exclude from the backups. I just installed wire guard VPN and but the config file in the etc/wireguard folder, where it belongs. I would have to include this folder as well if I want to keep my...

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I generally backup the entire home folder and the configuration files.

Google Won’t Say Anything About Israel Using Its Photo Software to Create Gaza “Hit List” (theintercept.com)

The Israeli military has reportedly implemented a facial recognition dragnet across the Gaza Strip, scanning ordinary Palestinians as they move throughout the ravaged territory, attempting to flee the ongoing bombardment and seeking sustenance for their families....

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It has been unpublicly changed to “be evil” years ago.

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