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What if there was some website to convert images locally, without requiring a server? What if the technology for that already exists?
Writing is democratic. anyone with an insight or idea can write it down regardless of status or access. And, anyone can read it, regardless of status or access.
[I]f you’re using a CDN for any reason other than laziness, it’s likely not a good reason.
Billed as the most secure phone on the planet, An0m became a viral sensation in the underworld. There was just one problem for anyone using it for criminal means: it was run by the police
[W]e have failed to build an operating system for people who are not like us.
Openring [is] a decentralized alternative to a very good idea [webring.com]. Openring makes it easier for people to find others’ work on similar areas of interest.
I have created filters from various sources that send notifications to various IRC channels about things I am interested in.
the one man capable of rebooting the vending system had a truly admirable work-life balance: Miguel was not answering his phone during his Friday night commute home […] three hours north
Solarpunk sits at the intersection of possible positive futures and likely negative ones. It is a recognition of humanity’s wide-ranging damage upon the natural world and inevitably, upon itself.