Where's Mnemonic? by FormosaOolong in AskSaidIt

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It's a waving person o=head /=arm,

like \o/ means cheering,

and \o means a nazi-salute,

*=' is just a duck pirate.

Where's Mnemonic? by FormosaOolong in AskSaidIt

[–]Mnemonic 2 insightful - 2 fun2 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

Aww, in #all we are watching a livestream :p

I'll check now and then, the story is a thing I came back for :)

A bit of internet rest is good now and then, local stuff is nice.

Where's Mnemonic? by FormosaOolong in AskSaidIt

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Where's Mnemonic? by FormosaOolong in AskSaidIt

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Meanwhile my username is litterally Mnemonic :3

Where's Mnemonic? by FormosaOolong in AskSaidIt

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Pretty good, just busy and more on the fediverse and matrix :)

Where's Mnemonic? by FormosaOolong in AskSaidIt

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o/

Where's Mnemonic? by FormosaOolong in AskSaidIt

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Hmm ALMOST had one, but then the lockdown, and yet again I almost have one :D

The pronoun 'I' across Europe by Chipit in maps

[–]Mnemonic 2 insightful - 2 fun2 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

The pronunciation does make a BIG difference too. The Europe 'eu' combo is vastly different from the english. Take Zeus, it's hillarious hearing it pronounced in English. Or the g, man that's a trip.

IRC Chat Gone? :( by Enza in SaidIt

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Hmm and there I was thinking it was the sub-state trying to block your book :p

Vote J. R. "Bob" Dobbs 2020 by JasonCarswell in ElectionsUSA2020

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I do follow a Lord shitposter from https://dobbs.town/ IIRC, onion access to my instance is timing-out ATM... So verification is uncertain, just like the the bugger in your nose has been up and down shitcreek for at least 3 centuries, about the time it took to corrupt the teaching of Jeshut (pronounced "you shit"), so even though this all may or may not 'check out', you're certainly checking out of the meta-shitstream that is called the webs of collusion (DID YOU KNOW THE INTERNET IS IN RUSSIA TOO!?), follow pedophiles on twitter and naughty uncles on facebook, they all lead back to a giant elephant with hair on it's balls, nose, crotch (different area than the balls, especially when it's female) and eyes (eye-brows they are called).! (<- yes a dot and an exclamation mark, spelled out again: to make you more unsure of the meaning).

I Did bookmark this, with a... well, you don't have to know, if you do want to know you can SPONSOR the Q-T-Manifesto with $20 (Australian) made out to the killer of Epstein ;^)

Edit: oeh, this one: https://dobbs.town/@Shitlord

Jordan Peterson's health was terrible, but he's getting better. by JasonCarswell in JordanPeterson

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The drug was known for over 4 months, this revelation just opened up another can of worms: Russia? As a rich Canadian this is shady as F. Combined with the whole denial of any wrong-doing of JP himself... He abused some stuff alright and covered it up in Russia. Either he abused this drug or something completely different, but going to Russia instead of Canada/USA/Europe for a 'detox' is like going to Thailand for an 'inner journey'.

Jordan Peterson's health was terrible, but he's getting better. by JasonCarswell in JordanPeterson

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Ironic and sad, poor girl clearly doesn't want to make this video, the marketing machine part of his greedy brain seems to be working again.

You Should Be Eating More Canned Fish by magnora7 in whatever

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Sardines are always great! Never had a bad can. But I can admit that in The Netherlands most peeps think of it as canned tuna (which is disgusting except that premium priced stuff, but then I prefer fresh). I can totally see why the South has a thing for it, it easy to keep fresh (imagine traveling from the sea into the country back in the days, no fishy would stay fresh). Sour-Herring is also a nice thing, though it's mostly sold in glass.

The new dot com bubble is here: it’s called online advertising by Chipit in Internet

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In Europe it's based around wealthy peeps buying up houses and renting them out, just the prices of the rents are getting steeper and byuying a house is also getting steeper because peeps see money in buying a house and renting it out... a vicious capitalistic cycles around something that should be more-or-less ordain to have: housing. The crisis has reached a pint in where school-teachers can't afford to rent homes in cities because of their salary and the rent prices... really wicked. A couple early 30ies, dual-earnings can't buy a house in a city.

Iran says foils cyberattack targeting internet providers by magnora7 in Internet

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This is a great case for less e-governmental thingies around the world.

The new dot com bubble is here: it’s called online advertising by Chipit in Internet

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There was a case against Facebook fo 'fake'-views on ads some time ago: https://www.bizjournals.com/sanjose/news/2019/10/07/facebook-ad-metrics-lawsuit-settlement.html (did a quick search)

In Europe we also have a house-bubble coming: House are way too expensive for starters and a lot of peeps need homes, now the homes are there only too expensive or you have to rent from someone who bought the house just to make a easy buck, while poorly maintaining it and terrorizing they loaners.

For ads you just need an image with a link embedded in it: then I'm fine with it and I won't block em. Local sites (like news, startups etc.) have this setup. No importing weird external js and you can EASILY count when someone clicks your ad with some php link in the ad (click it and use your heaven's gate visitor counter code). No need to track. These kind of ads are also local/related to the site's content, I don't need to know about a vibrator on sale in the USA...

Can someone spoil Battlestar Galactica for me? by Myrkskog in ScienceFiction

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IIRC: they spot primitive earth-humans and their own DNA is close enough to didlydo-it. They split the survivors up and that's about it.

Can someone spoil Battlestar Galactica for me? by Myrkskog in ScienceFiction

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They are the 'ancient aliens', earth is the new homeworld because they crash.

  • Crusade (B5 spin-off) nice concepts, technomages! It stopped after one season and the viewing order is disputed (of the episodes).

  • Doctor who for some lighthearted fun, season 12 (2nd of the female doctor has a great start so far)

  • The Expanse aka 'le hardo sci-fi'.

  • Cowboy bebop (don't forget to watch the movie before the end)

  • Andromeda (canadian farscape-like)

  • Killjoys (Canadian firefly)

  • Dark Matter (I don't even know how it ended, but it was fun to watch)

For Babylon 5 it takes awhile to get going... you need your own imagination. It's such an epic tale.

Stargate SG-1, it's like the X-files, one episode sci-fi stories set in their universe, pretty decent watch (the spin-offs also) Give them both another go, will get you weeks of entertainment.

Which is better: TAILS or Whonix? by [deleted] in Internet

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I can't do better than the homepages of the projects.

TAILS is (best) without persistence from a USB: "Tails is a live operating system that you can start on almost any computer from a USB stick or a DVD. "

Whonix is something you run in your OS: "Whonix ™ isn't a program like most of your applications. It's a full operating system that runs inside your current one. Select which operating system your computer is running."

Which is better: TAILS or Whonix? by [deleted] in Internet

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I recommend you take a look at both, since their approach is different and what 'is best' depends on the context.

Which is the best AdBlocker to use with TOR Browser? by [deleted] in Internet

[–]Mnemonic 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

The best is non: just tweak your non-script suit. Because your 'blocking profile' (aka the lists your adblocker would use or it's configuration) makes your traceable.

“Please watch out for each other and love and forgive everybody. It's a good life, enjoy it.” Jim Henson by EndlessSunflowers in quotes

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Dunno the dude, do know and appreciate the sentiment.

20 Things That Look Exactly Like Donald Trump by scoviral in funny

[–]Mnemonic 2 insightful - 2 fun2 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

Same as Hillary should have been number 1

The Hofeller Files [Contains a link to thr google drive, link to news article in comments] by Mnemonic in USPolitics

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Stephanie Hofeller Shares Redistricting Files From Thomas Hofeller's Hard Drives Republicans in North Carolina fought in court to stop computer files found on the redistricting expert's hard drives from going public. Now his daughter, Stephanie Hofeller, is sharing them online.

https://www.npr.org/2020/01/05/785672201/deceased-gop-strategists-daughter-makes-files-public-that-republicans-wanted-sea?t=1578349734000

If I'm a ski instructor and pay all my bills doing it, am I a pro skier? by RatherSmallPotato in whatever

[–]Mnemonic 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Professional is something else than 'Pro' usually. The first one is as a profession, the latter is being REALLY GOOD at it.

Raise your hand by useless_aether in funny

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Ben Shapiro keeps declining in looks.

Golden Fleece/Robert J. Sawyer (Sci-Fi) by [deleted] in books

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If /u/JasonCarswell fleece was gold, I would shave his balls and cover my butt in it to look dashing for Aphrodite.

Golden Fleece/Robert J. Sawyer (Sci-Fi) by [deleted] in books

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I only the know original tale, I don't like it when peeps drop the ancient Greek Names/Tales to fancy up their stories... Even Philip K. Dick gets a dissing for me for doing that.

"Amateurs practice until they can get it right. Professionals practice until they can not get it wrong." by magnora7 in quotes

[–]Mnemonic 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

What means having a Professional Practice then?

Instagram uses AI to fight against Cyberbullying by introducing 'Caption Warning' feature by BlisteringBernacle in Internet

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I'm not sure how it will prevent Cyberbullying, but it's a nice stolen feature from Mastodon.

Self-Driving Mercedes Will Be Programmed To Sacrifice Pedestrians To Save The Driver by Mnemonic in technology

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Made me think of this classic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2xqlvAwRLg

Only now you can yell it, be right and shoot up a car if you want... Having an AR15 with these things driving around starts sounding more and more legit.

Google Now Bans Some Linux Web Browsers From Their Services by useless_aether in Internet

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Using js for 'security'-purposes is not the way... js is THE thing that you can locally mess with.

Google Now Bans Some Linux Web Browsers From Their Services by useless_aether in Internet

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EEE: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Embrace,_extend,_and_extinguish

YOU NEED TO RUN OUR FUCKLOADS OF JS OR ELSE!?

The cowardice of Brave by Mnemonic in Internet

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Better than chrome, hmm like firefox? :p JK

This article is more geared (in my view) against the Brave promises about ads and their coin and those relations with content-creators. And that in various ways Brave is more 'tracking' you (the browser's ecosystem with the coins and the sites associated with them etc. than ANY other browser).

Als alternative: Firefox with adblockers (I suggest go full no-script suite and find out which 'local' js you need to view a site). But there is palemoon, LibreWolf and many others that don't have a company behind them like Firefox and Brave have.

Just saying, when there is money involved... (and with Brave: Palantir, Peter Thiel, check those two out if the article isn't enough to deter you).

Else well, like any other visiting my sub: Hope your journey into cyberspace goes as smooth as possible, but when in need check back here ;) In cyber days a 'told you so' is forgotten in minutes and you will get aid.

The cowardice of Brave by Mnemonic in Internet

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Well the orgin-story of Brave is also in the article (might come across as biased) But the truth about Brave being different from Firefox or anything: it's worse for all, Ad-notifications on OS-notif level: WTF-BBQ!?

But not knowing your setup, it might just workout just the way you like it.

The cowardice of Brave by Mnemonic in Internet

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I need to update some color issues after the last CSS update from higher up, but thanks (and feel free to copy/paste the CSS (or just parts) that you like).

The cowardice of Brave by Mnemonic in Internet

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Blocking ads with...

surprise—ads.

But wait—come back! Not just any ads. New and improved ads. Ads that are “private” and “authentic” and “rewarding” and a bunch of other virtuous notions sprayed side-to-side like Febreze in a frat-house bathroom. But once you wave away the spring-fresh scent, the stench of the grubby reality returns: it’s just Brave’s ads for Brave’s advertisers.

Anyone thinks Saidit is turning right? by [deleted] in SaidIt

[–]Mnemonic 3 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 0 fun4 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

With 'nuts' I was referring to foreigner hate, the left also has this.

Anyone thinks Saidit is turning right? by [deleted] in SaidIt

[–]Mnemonic 13 insightful - 2 fun13 insightful - 1 fun14 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

That has nothing to do with "the right", the left and right has nuts.

Also, kicking my own teeth in, the left-right paradigm is just a Divide and Conquer scam.

Body Count - No Lives Matter (official video) by Entropick in metal

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Study Proves Its Only Harassment Or Assault If Men Are Ugly. Well, duh. by Chipit in videos

[–]Mnemonic 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Ugly man crying; the clickbait masturbater story. 'Only' when a male is ugly, Hey Tim, CNN wants to hire your for snowflake clickbait articles, they really liked how you are claiming victim-hood by subtly implicating you're ugly with your pubes-beard (shave or grow a decent one) and wearing a beanie indoors, so Vice.

OT: Is he re-uploading his own stuff or is he really uploading every few hours..? Man, I liked him a bit in the Rogan/Jack podcast, but this seems to be going mental.. covering every clickbait-able piece out there.

Announcing the winners of Saidit's first CSS contest! by magnora7 in SaidIt

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I didn't know your were Royalty o.0

Body Count - No Lives Matter (official video) by Entropick in metal

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"Racism is real, but not it"

Suggest a name for my cuttie by hellodhaka in pics

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"Okay Google", "Alexa" or "Siri"

Michael Bloomberg: ‘China Is Not A Dictatorship’ by MassTooter in politics

[–]Mnemonic 2 insightful - 2 fun2 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

Hmm So technically... if "his America" is the bee's knees: then I can see how China is not a Dictatorship.

Announcing the winners of Saidit's first CSS contest! by magnora7 in SaidIt

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Both and also both hands on, for speed.

Announcing the winners of Saidit's first CSS contest! by magnora7 in SaidIt

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/s/Internet is one big handjob.

My grammar is GOODER by [deleted] in pics

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Grammar and spelling are two different things and it's mostly (if not always) spelling that is affected by typos. An error like 'gooder' is a grammar error but is most certainly not the result from a typo but a mis- or non-understanding of grammar rules.

As English isn't my first language it mostly helps when people point out errors, because sometimes it really messes up the meaning of a sentence. Only when it's used as a argument against [whatever I wrote] I pity the situation for stooping to that level.

Now there are also the phonetic error, as I call them: the There/their you're/your etc. Especially when typing in English it just happens because of muscle memory I guess; "you're and there" are mostly used by me so "their and your" are the two I might just reflex wrong. I also brain-fart sometimes on words like actually: I start typing ex- and then my mind goes blank until I remember what it actually is.

Saidit's slowly moving banner, yea or nay? by magnora7 in AskSaidIt

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BIG NAY! It's way too process heavy, not cool for laptops on battery power.

It's even heavier than Mastodon with animated-pngs/Gifs enabled.

An off switch in preferences would be cool too, I can see it's nice of a 4K screen or something.

Resurfaced pictures from a wild party in Saint-Tropez have poked a major hole in the royal’s story amid backlash over his disastrous interview. by Mnemonic in WorldNews

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It says so right beneath the photos: "Picture: Coleman-Rayner Source:Supplied" Probably some gossip magizine from back then.

I need proof before I contribute by deeplydisturbed in whatever

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I think this article and especially the #mark answers all: https://infogalactic.com/info/SaidIt#Administration

Saidit.net - Updated comment section appearance by magnora7 in SaidIt

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It looks good on the main theme but (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻ There goes my sunday! :p

Announcing the winners of Saidit's first CSS contest! by magnora7 in SaidIt

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The best vibe ; thanks all for voting, using and not dying.

Announcing the winners of Saidit's first CSS contest! by magnora7 in SaidIt

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I'm 80% sure that no Deutsch poster voted.

OpenNIC Project by Mnemonic in Internet

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/u/d3rr /u/JasonCarswell A little sumthing sumthing maybe for you.

What's the most beautiful sub? Announcing our saidit-wide CSS contest. by magnora7 in SaidIt

[–]Mnemonic 2 insightful - 2 fun2 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

I have some Ideas about that, hit you up later when I can make a full and better response, maybe tonight, but I have to walk real miles IRL ATM so I might just say: I'll wait until Sunday or something.

What's the most beautiful sub? Announcing our saidit-wide CSS contest. by magnora7 in SaidIt

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Hmm temporary? Maybe I choose the wrong one then, I meant the super jacked Uncle Sam injecting himself with Oil.

The Tin Foil Hat Podcast has been censored from YouTube. by JasonCarswell in TinFoilHat

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'Pushing prescription drugs without prescription'

What's the most beautiful sub? Announcing our saidit-wide CSS contest. by magnora7 in SaidIt

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(⌐■_■) Just now it had an upgrade, for your shadeless eyes.

What's the most beautiful sub? Announcing our saidit-wide CSS contest. by magnora7 in SaidIt

[–]Mnemonic 3 insightful - 2 fun3 insightful - 1 fun4 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

My sub already has 2!!! voting threads, so my runner up is /s/USAmerica/ (and the same styled subs, but this one had the best banner IIRC).

What's the most beautiful sub? Announcing our saidit-wide CSS contest. by magnora7 in SaidIt

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So after some quick image and colo(u)r changes I vote for (⌐■_■) /s/Internet

(⌐■_■) Me too

(⌐■_■) I like mine too

(⌐■_■) We all like mine

(⌐■_■) Just don't mention the daymode, it only has text and image changes