What else can I delete.
Just deleted my Tumblr account.
Just deleted any Slack accounts I still had.
Today I received my first ever email scam of the “send us bitcoin or we will release video of you masturbating” variety.
Now I’m reading about tilde.club — individual shell-based communities who interact via email, IRC, and Usenet — and almost wishing I still ran an OpenBSD box.
As demand increases during social distancing, delivery apps are fleecing restaurants. Always ask your favorite restaurant what is their preferred delivery method.
Elapsed time from the point of my return to Internet Relay Chat for the first time in two decades or more to witnessing my first netsplit: three weeks.
I’ve discovered part of why I don’t really listen to podcasts: it’s a combination of impatience and an overwhelming desire to interject. Sorry, everyone who has podcasts.
We simulate the magic of having a surprise conversation with someone—something that is becoming increasingly rare during the times of a viral epidemic.
SARS-CoV-2 has caused an IRC reunion of my original internet community of the mid-90s, so naturally I set the
It takes a nation^H^H^H^H^H^H virus of millions to hold^H^H^H^H bring us back.
Today I learned that iCloud email addresses can make use of
+ delimiters — e.g.
firstname.lastname@example.org could make use of
email@example.com — which just solved a conundrum I was having.
Congress needs to pass a law that any website operating from within its jurisdiction is required to have a clear an obvious method for account deletion in a user’s settings.