I love the tiny/small house movement, sustainable living is mandatory for a livable planet. What it’s NOT tho is a novel life choice for eccentric yuppies or a pathway for real estate Kings to shove us in dimly lit 8x9 cells with 6 other ppl and a communal bathroom. Humans still need a certain amount of Individual space and privacy to maintain their physical and psychological health. And we have MORE than enough resources to provide every man woman & child with that space.

The other thing I love about : fucking around with chart layouts in /#PGFPlots. It really humbles you once you realize that you have absolutely no clue what you're doing πŸ’€

Totally unrelated quote of the day: "All that I could forgive. But Debbie... pastels?" -

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The one thing I really love about writing my Master's Thesis in is that you really learn something new every day. E.g. up until yesterday I manually wrote stuff like "as shown in Figure~\ref{fig:whatever}" - Turns out someone was as annoyed about this as me and just wrote the cleveref package. Now it's just "as shown in \Cref{fig:whatever}" and ""see \Cref{tab:some_table}". πŸ€“

(German only) Nightmarish and disturbing scenes from inside a military dictatorship's youth indoctrination camps with the sole objective of training and radicalizing minors....

Oh wait, it's a documentary about the US? youtu.be/Us1ETjokFVA

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If so, I'd appreciate if you could fill out the following / to support me with my ongoing about , , and .

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Do you work for a business in ? Are you a , , , , or something entirely different? Do you have 1-3 minutes before the next meeting?

If so, I'd appreciate if you could fill out the following / to support me with my ongoing about , , and .

docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAI

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Tor-focussed :tor: operating system Tails 3.15 released:

tails.boum.org/news/version_3.

– updates for Tor Browser (8.5.4), and Thunderbird (60.7.2)
– security updates for several vulnerabilities: tails.boum.org/security/Numero
– bug fixes

#tails #tor #torbrowser #privacy #anonymity

I love how Mastodon is 100% functional and contains zero trackers.

It's almost as if you don't need trackers to make a functioning site and any trackers on other sites are wholly unnecessary and should be fought against on every possible level...

Everyone: "The climate crisis is really bad. We should switch to non-combustion engine travelling/traffic."
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Federal railways in Austria: "Sure thing, fam. Brb, gonna raise the summer youth ticket price 100% right before summer. Oh and going from Vienna to Salzburg and back with 50% off is still 56€. Climate change? Nah, gotta earn some πŸ’°πŸ’°πŸ’° first."
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Crap. We are in the darkest timeline indeed 😐 Thanks for an awesome distro, . It was a pleasure πŸ™‡πŸ»
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Shout out to the fine folks developing ! Seamless and (near) effortless integration between phone and computer. Awesome!

@kde

Tor-focussed :tor: operating system Tails 3.13.2 released:

tails.boum.org/news/version_3.

– update for Tor Browser to fix disabled extensions
– updates for Debian (9.9), and Thunderbird 60.6.1
– bug fixes and minor changes

#tails #tor #torbrowser #privacy #anonymity

Hey @tom79@mastodon.social - quick question: How does one add a account to ? The instance has to be e.g. pixelfed.social/login, or else I get an 404 error. But with /login I just get an "Invalid host: pixelfed.social%2Flogin/api/account/verify_credentials.json" error.

15 characters username limit when signing up to - what's the deal with that?? πŸ€”

I'm just glad that the password verification did not fail with something like "No special characters! Needs to be less than 16 characters! Will be stored in plaintext"

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