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The Entire Archives of Radical Philosophy Go Online: Read Essays by Michel Foucault, Alain Badiou, Judith Butler & More (1972-2018)

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Hey! I am a PhD student in Cognitive Science in Budapest, Hungary.

Interests: Social learning, skill transmission (focusing on musical techniques), social cognition

#introductions

@denikombucha for the love of all that is good, "No" is a complete sentence

for those wondering how to establish trade relations with crows:

- feed crows food A regularly
- when crows decide to bring you gifts, feed them food B
- when crows bring you different categories of gifts, feed them a food-per-category, ex: food C for jewelry, food D for paper money, etc
- crows will recognize these exchange patterns and opt to bring you things in order to acquire desired treats

good luck! 🐦

We've got big news.

After months of work, Tor Browser is now stable on Android.

Tor Browser 8.5 brings the highest degree of privacy and censorship-circumvention available to Android users. blog.torproject.org/new-releas

@dredmorbius I'm using an "inverted" client JS only method for constructing the page layout. Instead of generating a layout using something like PHP, I have a bunch of extremely simple HTML files, and they all include a JS file named global.js which adds layout elements *around* this extremely simple page to complete it. That JS file is also what inserts stuff like page visit counters and any other widgets that are on every page.

5000 years later, this thing will finish deleting all my old Mastodon statuses...

These rate limits are pretty severe. For a network that purports to give you more control of your data, retracting it is pretty difficult.

@entreprecariat I mean, the correct answer to this is to get 80 % of the votes to the 20 % option, right?

Hey y'all, Fedilab is doing a poll about implementing a feature to see if someone blocked you. This is a bad idea and is only good for stalking people, it's private data.

Please vote no on it (this toot is an answer to that vote)
Boosts appreciated

weird question time. say I wanted to eat some paper for a weird art project—just very small slips of it, maybe once a day for a few weeks. is there paper I can easily buy that isn't toxic and won't be bad for me? (I would also be writing stuff on the paper, so it needs to be able to take marks from a pencil, I guess, or a pen? but then I need to worry about safe/non-toxic inks too)

@dredmorbius well, they didn't call their company 'Startled Exclamation of Happiness and Delight' did they

's violating 'consent' and 'privacy' options.

gjm11 details just how ghastly the company's practices are. I'd had similar experiences a few days prior, hadn't written of them yet.

Blocked all cookies and JS on the site via uMatrix.

Fuck Verizon.

news.ycombinator.com/item?id=1

@kemonine @dredmorbius Calibre OPDS might still be a thing, which creates a catalogue of your Calibre library, which you can access as if it was one of the "store" inside FBReader and other ebook readers.

I currently serve mine via Nextcloud OPDS, using Calibre to manage everything.

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