@perezbox I am. Can't keep that many tabs open anymore.
If I do, the mouse starts to slow down and the mac crashes.
Time to go back to Linux for my desktop?
@InternetKevin No constructive dialogue that I could find.
It seems to be 99.99% political with a lot of spam/hate in the middle.
That might change as more good people joins.
Trying out Parler - just to check it out and see how it works.
I love the idea of free speech and no censorship.
The problem: All hashtags and most of the conversations there are inundated with spam, noise and adult images.
I wonder how long the non-censorship will last.
I hope they succeed as anything is better than a world dominated by Twitter, Facebook and Google.
*I still prefer Mastodon better :) Love the decentralization and control it gives.
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Remember kids, the real customers are the people who give the companies the money.
That's not you.
@us3r64 Nope, nothing that I am aware. Nessus does that, but as a paid product.
@yarmo Good points.
I don't think I ever "discovered" a project through github itself. It has always been via someone's social message, email or reference.
The main benefit is the centralization, so you only need one account/password/face for all the projects that you follow and contribute.
And the main problem is also the centralization...
Watching a $1.14 million ransomware negotiation between hackers and scientists searching for COVID-19 treatments.
If you are using tiktok, might be good to read this thread and the reddit discussion linked there:
In summary: don't use it anymore.
If Browsers are going to do whatever they want, when they want, then the CA/B forum should just dissolve itself and move on.. https://chromium.googlesource.com/chromium/src/+/ae4d6809912f8171b23f6aa43c6a4e8e627de784
UCSF (University of California San Francisco) paid $1.14m in ransom to get access to their data.
I assume no backups for that to happen.
Sad that they would give the criminals the money and motivation to strike again.
And this is not the first case we hear about. Often against health companies.
@jonw Not as private as you would have hoped.
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