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Can anybody give me a rational explination for why Zuckerberg's seat in the US Senate today had a padded insert? All I can find are jokes about him wanting to look taller, which are plausable but not completely satisfying. Is this padding commonly used for long sessions or something?
Twitter/Fediverse self-reply threads are way harder for me to read than blog posts. Is there a trick?
"Does T-Mobile Austria in fact store customers’ passwords in clear text [..] what if your infrastructure gets breached and everyone’s password is published in plaintext to the whole wide world?"
"What if this doesn't happen because our security is amazingly good?"
Are there any objective comparisons between the various OStatus servers in the fediverse? Why would someone choose pleroma over friendica, for instance?
Lots of new members here on vis.social this week. (We are up to 923 in total!)
Where is everyone coming from? (Geographically, but also how did you hear about this place?)
While I expected signatures to go away, I thought they'd get replaced by PINs like in Europe. I guess even those aren't as useful as data analytics in stopping fraud. — https://www.nytimes.com/2018/04/08/business/credit-card-signatures.html?partner=rss&emc=rss
A Landslide of Classic Art Is About to Enter the Public Domain
(In the US)
About freaking time, even if it’s just going to be a year at a time. Still!
if a website says "please turn off adblock" i just leave the website
Article on Techcrunch: "RSS is undead". First line: "RSS died"
I've become a lot more jaded about tech takes by tech magazines after Mastodon. RSS never died it's just not trendy enough that you hear people talk about it. Every WordPress blog on the net has an RSS feed. Every webcomic. Every news site. Including Techcrunch.