Firefox 72 is out today with great updates:
1⃣ Blocks fingerprinting tracking by default
2⃣ Hides annoying notification requests by default
3⃣ Introduces picture-in-picture video
If you haven't switched yet, here's what you're missing out on https://markosaric.com/firefox/
It's #PublicDomainDay in the US and around the world.
And unlike every year but one in recent memory, the US get's to participate!
There you can see some of the works that entered the #PublicDomain this year, and maybe listen to a neat cover of Rhapsody in Blue or watch Sherlock Jr.
New digiKam 7.0 has support for neural network based facial recognition. They also say the new framework can be used for recognizing other types of objects (landmarks, objects, etc.) in the future. Very nice for people thinking of moving away from Google Photos.
@armitage уверен что именно уволил? Не доверяю я этим роботам, это её «здесь только я» пугает
Blocks, mutes, filters
I sometimes wonder if people need to be a bit more tolerant of false-positives when applying their content filters
Like, if you make a filter that catches 10 things that would ruin your day and 1 post that you would have kinda-sorta enjoyed, that's a good trade-off
Just put up a bunch of filters, and be okay with not having seen everything sometimes, I guess
A lot of stuff here is the kind of thing where, if you miss it, nothing bad happens
Windows 10 Desktop: Physically building and photographing the logos (2015)
(submitted by iudqnolq)
I need to get something off my chest. Buckle up folks.
I'm deeply concerned about the future of the #fediverse and open social protocols. NOT because of the recent Twitter news, but quite the opposite.
The way so many poo-poo'd and decried those efforts was heartbreaking. It shows a severe blind spot in the "libre" community.
Listen, if you don't understand why Twitter, why iOS, why Microsoft (back in the day), etc. is popular, you just don't get this fight.
#introductions Yet another Hello World from yet another new user 👌