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Shout out to all unions on labor day; that is except for police "unions".

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The other day I tried to make a chemistry joke, but got no reaction :blobcatgiggle: ⚛️

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The internet 10 years ago: "I need to be very careful of what I click or download because there is a lot or malicious people out there"

The internet now: "I need to be very careful of what I click or download because there is a lot or malicious companies out there"

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Which of these messaging services do you actively use?
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I think I got sunburned. Also is one m5 screw enough to hold an ebike battery down? We'll find out!

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For some reason people stopped talking about autonomous zones after the CHAZ was shut down, so most people don’t realize that both George Floyd Square in Minneapolis and the James Talib-Dean Memorial Encampment in Philadelphia are still autonomous 3 months later

They’re also both facing regular threats of invasion and could really use visibility and support. The cops are expecting to be able to clear these places out without anyone else noticing

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"It is absolutely normal in tech for companies to obfuscate the workings of their products, to make them deliberately hard to understand, and to threaten security researchers who seek to independently audit those products.

IT is the only field in which this is practiced: No one builds a bridge or a hospital and keeps the composition of the steel or the equations used to calculate load stresses a secret. It is a frankly bizarre practice that leads, time and again, to grotesque security defects on farcical scales, with whole classes of devices being revealed as vulnerable long after they are deployed in the field and put into sensitive places." — Cory Doctorow @pluralistic , How to Destroy 'Surveillance Capitalism', https://framabag.org/share/5f4be500bd34c1.44445391

Why do I enjoy web hosting as a recreational activity?

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I tried 3d printing an battery mount and I'm not thrilled with it so far. It's literally just a bucket, but I got to go for a test ride so that's cool. Crappy pic quality because haha

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US Pol - Eat The Duopoly Before It Eats You 

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