Mozilla, Meta, Medium, Flipboard, Tumblr, and so many other companies are betting that the future of social networks looks more like email than it does Elon Musk’s Twitter. And they’re betting on a little-known protocol to make it happen.
The IndieWeb[^indieweb.org/] is about taking control of your content, sharing your thoughts and ideas in one place and then spreading them on other social platforms. What if a social network becomes so that you don't feel comfortable there anymore? Or it gets shut down altogether? In that case, what...
Apparently #Joomla can be #IndieWeb|ified too: https://blog.astrid-guenther.de/en/cassiopeia-joomla-indieweb/ 🤔
I mean Joomla (and especially it’s UI) gives me the creeps but good to know I guess.
I really did read a lot on the first Kindle. And I really should backup that in time before it becomes obsolete. It’s not like their current reader app is available on Linux PC anyway.
I got myself a dedicated server, and had the dumbest issue which cost me way too much time. Here I share what it was and how I solved it.
We’ve been putting together an HTPC using a Dell Wyse 3040 thin client PC. We’re using Arch Linux as an OS, and installed media applications Kodi and Chromium (to give us Netflix). We also installed Openbox to provide a window manager, and set up control of applications via remo...
Someday I’ll revieve my Kodi system and I even have an old flirc around.
Oh, this looks fun: https://there.oughta.be/a/macro-keyboard
May learn some tricks from this for my #SimPit 🤔