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remember greenham, - never forget greenham( in welsh) women are more powerful than they think they are
and -[ well behaved women never make history -- slogans on the banners . event organised by the welsh womens archives....

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Towing a canoe down the now safely moord up on a small river bellow Lintz

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Just do everyone dues not think am ignoring them, am on the water for the next 6 months so Internet will be spotting so might be delays and missed messages.

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hi fediverse.
I'm trying to make some rss bots less intrusive, mainly by having them toot multiple posts in one toot (to not flood the timeline).

long url's are making this very difficult - if they get truncated before tooting, they'll break.

is there a url shortener that is ethically acceptable among masto users?

#support

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PB: remember that one of Orwell's key insights was simply that the language we use matters.

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Are you excited about ActivityPub, the federated social network protocol used to connect together decentralized Web sites? You should be -- learn more in this #LibrePlanet talk, "Standardizing network freedom," with Christopher Lemmer Webber @dustyweb: https://u.fsf.org/2j1
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I think it's really interesting to follow Dave Winer (inventor of RSS) on Twitter - he's very concerned about the current push towards HTTPS.

He's afraid raising the secrity bar will make the web less open and less accessible. And he's right; adding technical requirements favours the entrenched big players with big budgets.

Dave also fears for the historic web, in the (unlikely?) event that browser vendors actually deprecate HTTP.

I don't agree with everything he says, but the POV has value.

businessinsider.de/people-incr Sadly true campaign.openworlds.info sighnups peeked then declined. Use is steady but not growing. The level of apathy and negativerty is a trubbaling look at "suicide culture" we live in. and the in general are not healthy for a humanistic eological society. We do need more than a tiny minoraty of to step away. Diversaty is healthy.

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'I've been writing about Google's efforts to deprecate HTTP, the protocol of the web. This is a summary of why I am opposed to it...' โ€“ Dave Winer

this.how/googleAndHttp/

Q. so, did it? Did Indymedia go on the Dark Net?

A. Nope it was ripped apart by and geeks on the inside and the pushing on the outside. In the end we stopped caring about what was left.

Have you thought of the "power polatics" impact of the spread of "codes of conducts" its good to empower people... Its dangerous to give people. "hard rules" to hit each other. The is a long disgusting history of the second happening? So are the better ways to empower people?

Why would I say and do all the stuff for the last 20 years if I did not think it mattered.

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Beginning June 11, no more free API key for Google Maps (now Google Maps Platform) if you don't provide a credit card.

A lot of custom Google maps that have been created over the years will likely no longer work.

Time to use #leaflet and #openstreetmap

leafletjs.com/
openstreetmap.org/about
cloud.google.com/maps-platform

#opensource

Q. But that isn't encryption.

A. HTTPS with a self signed cirtificate create scary pop up messages that are disaster for outreach. The aggregation/RSS is As I said they overlap. The theam of control...