Recently set the display language in Firefox to Gaeilge because why not, and I was reminded rudely just how clueless Firefox are about Privacy when they also changed the outgoing language preferences header on my browser, so that some (nice) websites start displaying Gaeilge to me.
That's actually a gigantic privacy leak Firefox, and you only told me I'd be changing the displayed language in dialogues and menus. Nothing was said about privacy impacts.
Also, spellcheck no longer accepts English..
#Firefox is being a pain in the **** → navigator.permissions.query() prompts are taking ages to pop up, making web-conferencing very tough.
What browser(s) are you using? Is there anything that isn't WebKit based that is worth trying?
Would anybody know if there is a way to keyword search a single user's toots? I've found myself in the need to look up a link or ref a few times, knowing who tooted about it, but no way of finding the post without manually scrubbing.
Maybe #pleroma has this feature?
A Brussels initiative lead by gsara, towards thinking about remote working and its technical conditions.
Ah..., now beginning a migration of all of my teaching/learning #peertube videos away from peertube.co.uk because the instance is set to only blur mature content...
Can't really justify sending peertube.co.uk links to students with that setting.
Choosing your online teaching platform has huge consequences on pedagogy. https://constantvzw.org/site/Dear-student-teacher-worker-in-an-educational-institution,3347.html
delete your gmail account, the most simple fundamental move of resistance one can do, tell all your fam members and push academia out of complicity, don’t use their tech !
Nice article on independent #cartographers in Ireland from the national media outlet.
#EastWestMapping in particular produce maps of areas close to me and their detail is second to none.
Nice to read an alternative outcome to the super heavy investments from the tourism board into the atlantic way.
Frank Wasser —Control, Alt, Delete —A lecture on the history and politics of Internet Art | Frank Wasser – Pallas Projects Online
Energy Conservation with Open Source Ad Blockers
"The results show that page load time dropped
11% with AdBlock+,
22.2% with Privacy Badger, and
28.5% with uBlock Origin.
Thus, uBlock Origin has the potential to save the average global Internet user more than 100 h annually."
@p_p welcome !!
@aral a lot of my concerns are taken care of with this page I didn't see yesterday:
The code is published here https://github.com/HSEIreland/ and from what I can see, there is a lot of documentation about the functions and databases.
I had been reading up on the work of the DP-3T about two months ago, but didn't expect Ireland to implement this method. https://github.com/DP-3T/documents
Just asking in case you have any thought about this yet, on first glance it seems like the HSE has done this properly?
And in giving the benefit of the doubt, it would be nice if the sources for the smartphone apps were published for us to be able to have a look.
Research organisation method
Seems like an interesting agglom of tools
There was a Too Little Not Enough podcast about research aggregation a while back, on the very subject of the lack of a suitable extendable tool.
Would be curious to survey the methods people on Mastodon use use to sort/organise/categorise/ writing and research.
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