Some older, inactive Mastodon accounts are being turned into spam accounts.
Every account I've checked has been in the haveibeenpwned.com database, i.e. the spammers are using breaches from other websites and randomly trying e-mail/password combinations to get access to those accounts, insert spam links in the bio and start following people.
An exceptionally simple defence against this happening to you is using two-factor authentication. Check your account settings to see how to enable it.
Ordered a low profile GPU for my #Optiplex but I forgot to order the half height bracket.
So we wait... Again.
Masculinity and femininity are hard to pin down descriptively in part because the markers we associate with each change over time and from place to place. So what that leaves us with, I think, is identification and desire to belong to one or another or neither or both. As for what each should be, I would say that the ideal beyond style and manner is to be a good person to yourself, to others, to your community, and the world as a whole, while maintaining your identification.
Amazon's attempt to control the book world extends everywhere, they own the following:
Librarything (40%, through Abebooks)
You don't have to get your books from Amazon or use Amazon book services. There are much more ethical alternatives available:
Thinking back in the early days of the mobile internet. I had a feature phone. The camera was total potato so I carried a Canon Powershot with me everywhere. I used SMS to tweet while I was out. I had to come home to share my pictures.
Later I used the USB DUN protocol to tether from my Motorola Razr phone to my bulky Linux laptop. It was slow but it worked.
On July 1, 1943 Willem was executed by Nazis for bombing a Dutch public records office preventing the nazis from identifying a huge number of Dutch Jews.
His last words were "Let it be known that homosexuals are not cowards."
Eternal love and respect. 🖤🏴🗡
Pronouns: Bro, Brah, Mr Face-face
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko