love this website's design, even though the thing itself seems to be obsolete
til that you can eat glucose attached to radioactive molecules which then will decay and produce positrons. each of those positrons will annihilate and produce two particles going in opposite directions. so using a lot of sensors you can trace where exactly that happened, i. e. see where your body took that glucose! (that's positron emission tomography. not sure i understand it correctly though.)
"woah, even keybase moved away from being dead. just having some legacy with different threat models. if a website after it's been tampered with!"
"but yup, async is not mounted on '/', do i get too scared of large files. you get something that is no longer stay in fedi forever as ghosts, and we will never be such a thing related to what i was really nice to each script/stylesheet link tag."
i like the worst coder always recording part
"i was sleepy af in it and realized i want an electric skateboard, and they're usually the ones who built communities long long time ago due to various reasons, including its interface, but the worst coder in a good, quiet place with dictaphones or cameras, always recording even the subtlest whisper."
markov chains trained on my toots..
"but this way most of the app show user's toot count would be possible to fake cursor movements via an interruption, and you will need to advertise them somehow, and i woke up easily today and came to a restaurant and not being able to do it faster, but i remember that it's vice versa, so, as i mentioned http/2 as an ambient light source, no need for a specific type"
yay, fixed the firejail profile (just copied the updated seccomp rule from the stock torbrowser-launcher profile) and set it up to work with the system tor process. turns out tor browser has a firefox plugin that launches tor, you just need to edit its and torbutton's settings in about:config and give it a correct controlport password in an env var, that's it!
`history | grep -C 15` and i remembered that i used to use a normal browser with conditional proxying, all domains except a few would be proxied through tor. and i for some reason couldn't use socks4a (that supports queries to domains instead of IPs), so i needed my system-wide dns resolver to resolve .onion addresses too...
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