Was pointed to this tweet on Birdsite from @email@example.com:
Amazing just how Mac hardware lags behind even Apple's phones. Does make me wonder what kind of optimizations Apple makes to iOS Safari that doesn't get made to the Mac, though.
My hackintosh (i7 7820X) consequently scores a 150.
Discover the true legend of pirates with this new Caribbean history tour
#W3C sells out the Web with #EME - 1 year later | Defective by Design - https://www.defectivebydesign.org/blog/w3c_sells_out_web_eme_1_year_later #FSF
Read this. This article pretty summarizes what I see every day. And when I criticize it, half of the audience doesn't understand my point. They are simply to young and grew up with smart phones and fast lines.
"Software disenchantment": http://tonsky.me/blog/disenchantment/ via firstname.lastname@example.org
tech, firefox, privacy maybe
"How to setup your own DoH (dns over https) server and use it with Firefox"
A short, nice read
Hi everyone! I'm one of the artists in Encounters with the Imaginary 3, it's on kickstarter until the end of the month! My creature is a Feathertail Wyvern. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1935015258/encounters-with-the-imaginary-volume-3 #art #illustration #wyvern #fantasy
Life-Size Sculptures Made of Bicycle Chains Express Powerful Human Emotions
I currently use an iPhone 6s which is a hand-me-down from my sister. Glad it didn’t die on me and hope it doesn’t. My previous one was a 5s I bought at launch and used until May of this year when its lightning port wore out. Just not interested enough in forking over so much money for a new model, iOS or Android.
My phone decided to drop dead for a while today.
It got me thinking. Smartphones especially are wasteful things. Many people upgrade them far too often only to get a device that can’t do anything practical that’s better than the predecessor, and if they break they’re mostly just replaced because fixing them is a harder process. Even if recycled that’s still immensely wasteful.
Today ive been reflecting on a conversation I had with a stranger during the early days of smartphones. He tried to tell me about companies who desire to fill pockets with devices, that it is but a small step in a large scheme to mine the population of its personal data. That our data, our personal lives, would easily become assets for sale.
I thought this was ridiculous.
Listen to your elders.
Designer & Illustrator. Opera Software alum. Ook!