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Cake day: Jun 14, 2021


Cars in urban ares are a bad joke. But for some reason a lot of people still belive that they bring them freedom™.


And also: a lot of thanks for the image. Don’t worry, a loooooot of sites (usually cringy ones) block tor by default.

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Know Your meme doesn’t let me use their website due to tor. :c

It’s useful for when my friends send me tiktok links. Hope someone makes an instance on some darknet to improve anonimity.

I currently lack the hardware required to that. But I always wanted to make the fediverse aviable on the darknet (s).

Hmmm, most of them? Probably, (I live in a touristic place.) but not all. We can’t just generalise.

Disculpa el tono en el anterior mensaje, mucho estres.

Está claro que con nuestros impuestos se hacen infinidad de cosas en contra del beneficio del pueblo (políticos yendose de putas, comisiones, favores…) y que al final tan sólo una mínima parte se acaba invirtiendo en servicios públicos.

El sistema, como idea y sobre el papel, no me parece una mala idea. Ahora, habríamos de limpiar las instituciones de toda corrupción, implantar transparencia absoluta y someter esos presupuestos a referndum.

Yo también estoy harto de financiar a tanto payaso, pero la alternativa no es mejor. Es preferible tener el circo que tenemos ahora a morir por no poder costearse una ambulancia. (veasé EEUU) Claro que esto no es en defensa de la corrupción actual ni nada por el estilo, no es conformismo. Lo que quiero decir es que no tener nada es horrible, lo que tenemos es malo y que podemos aspirar a algo bueno.

Hidden Services and/or eepsites.
Hi peoles of the fediverse, I hope you're having a nice day. I wanted to ask a question: Are there any lemmy instances out there providing a **hidden service** _(.onion)_ or an **eepsite** _(.i2p)_? I wasn't able to find any and, at least for me, it would be a cool thing to have. Thanks for your attention.

I may have worded my comment erroneously. What I was trying to say is that not all tourist have to be, by definition bad people.

I live in one of those countries. I can confirm. Also not having a diverse economy can be a a big trouble. Obviusly an economy purely based on tourism would suck. But that does not make tourism itself bad. Traveling is an enriching experience.

Edit: fixed a typo.

No? That really depends on the person who’s traveling. Saying that all tourist are obnoxious is a fallacy.

My guess here is “evil” is the ecological impact of travel. High CO2 outputs from aircraft and prolonged automobile travel.

But that’s a problem related to transportation in general. Not due to tourism. Aside from that we really need to switch out current ways of transportation to better, safer and clean ones.

I wanted to try out OpenBSD on my laptop but it does not support my weird keyboard layout. :c

Obviusly you always can harden linux to the point that you need 3 different YubiKeys and a buch of 2FA codes to log in.

Friendly reminder: Linux is not secure by default. More private? Yeah, sure. But if you want/need security even the AOSP has a better security by default.

Obviusly things like QubesOS exist but that’s not your average distro.

P.S: If you hate WhatsApp rememben that in some countries people still use SMS.

A libre alternative to Kahoot?
I don't know if it exists, but in case that it does it will be really cool. Kahoot is used a lot in my country for playing in class.

Thoughts on Riseup?
I knew that it existed for a while and after taking a look at it it seams quite cool. But I want to hear about what do you thing about it.

Which password manager do you use and why?
*(If you use one, obviously)*

Wich domain register should I choose and why?
I want to play around a bit with [Gemini](https://gemini.circumlunar.space/) and start building my own blog/tutorial site or whatever comes to my mind idk. So any recommendations? *(if possible not only based on price, privacy/foss are important principles for me, is there's something like that).*

Why is privacy important?
That's maybe a dumb question, but what's the point of caring about privacy? Why should be taking care of my privacy online and in real world? I have my own opinion, but I want to hear what do you think.