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@sir link shorteners? Blahk! I prefer link lengthener.
No matter how you may feel about fingerprint scanners on phones... this is a very impressive #PinePhone mod!
Here's the interesting part though:
Was this all #RIAA actually wanted? If so, why not just talk to the devs and/or create an issue?
Or perhaps they thought they could get youtube-dl completely banned, and when backlash hit them (and MSGH), they settled on this as a pretext?
Either way, they're simply malicious.
Aside: SCP is such a cool project. I don't think there's any other collaborative work of fiction which is anywhere near its level.
>Fans of meaningless strings of numbers rate Apple's new laptop very highly. Hackernews vomits one thousand comments bikeshedding the crowdsourced number stations. Some Hackernews try to make excuses for the computers with bad numbers, and other Hackernews express a feverish desire to acquire the computer with good numbers.
Benchmarks are turbodumb lol
Copying ain't stealing,
sure as I'm breathing,
information wants to be free.
The mafia wants us to believe
youtube-dl was made for thieves.
it was made for human beings.
We might listen to your pleas,
once you respect our machines,
they belong to us - not you.
Your drivers are mean,
your blobs illicit,
the hardware complicit,
it's never stopped piracy.
The real caper is your crimes.
The theft of OUR public domain.
DMCA abuse, attacks on fair use.
Net neutrality and regulatory capture.
Sell it to us fair and square,
your terms are too much to bear,
and until you're playing fair,
Yo ho, yo ho. A pirate's life for me!
@sir says he's going to shutdown the instance Where do I go next? I like it here because the server's fast (probably because we're both on the east coast). Where else is fast? Where else is fun? Where do I gooo???
I've collected many of the suggestions from this thread about non-electric computers on this page here: https://wiki.xxiivv.com/site/paper_computing.html
If you have any suggestions that you find are missing from the list, send them over :)
The Mu shell, compiling down to a subset of 32-bit x86 machine code, then to a Linux ELF binary, packaged up with just a Linux kernel and nothing else, running on a Linux console emulated on Qemu, on a Thinkpad T420s running 64-bit Linux.
Just another 27 million lines of C to take out (Linux kernel), and I'll have a decent computing stack.
I think my favorite part is their post on COVID-19 dated July 24, 2019: https://www.appliedeschatology.com/post/next-amazon-ecological-trip-announced
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