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"We cannot expect governments, corporations, or other large, faceless organizations to grant us privacy out of their beneficence."

A Cypherpunk's Manifesto
1993

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Has anyone an opinion about ?
I need every once in a while a graphic program and use currently Photoshop. I am familiar with PS and not sure whether GIMP could replace it completely.

Sure, I could try it, but it will cost a lot of time until I could form an opinion on that.

Pro tip:
Save the pass phrase for zero-knowledge services immediately.

There won't be any more patches for 5.6 and 7.0.

I predict an aphpocalypse for 2019.

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Bitcoin is ded. Nothing to see here. Time to go home folks.

Alternative self-hosted, but I have no clue what the costs would be.

Privacy-aware image hosting platform.
Any suggestions?

Can't wait to install on this device.
Waiting for the main features being released in the near future.

My blog is online. Still no content, but everything seems to work and my desired functions are implemented.

Focus: Clean design, loading speed, privacy, simple work flow, secure platform, responsive.

My todo-list is still packet, but glad to have the site running already.

In case you are bored:
penguin.sh/

Two things are infinite: the universe and the number of security vulnerabilities in Adobe's Flash player.

Anyway, my dependecy of the internet is way to strong.

Cloud, streaming services (video, music, porn), wikipedia, programms with requirements for an always-on internet connection, (online) subscriptions, smartphone services (communication, navigation, etc), and various other stuff.

I really must look into it.

I might summarize it in a blog post.

Used Googles Takeout Service to download all the information they have connected to my old and barely used Gmail e-mail address.

I just started to go through those information and it is really scary. I really have to get 100% rid of Google.

The heatmap with the locations I've visited is impressive.

'Someone Hacked 50,000 Printers to Promote PewDiePie YouTube Channel'

thehackernews.com/2018/11/pewd

And here is the response from the supposed hacker on Twitter:

threadreaderapp.com/thread/106

I do use the Mastodon light mode. Fight me.

- ignorant Mark
- guerilla marketing
- honeypot

Choose one.

Feel free to add me on Wire.

@R10T

I want to give it a try.

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