Combine this with the change to silently log you in to Chrome if you’re using a Google web service and it’s clear they just don’t give a fuck about even pretending any more.
"The move is a sea change for Google and a further blow to the online ad industry’s longstanding contention that web tracking is mostly anonymous. In recent years, Facebook, offline data brokers and others have increasingly sought to combine their troves of web tracking data with people’s real names. But until this summer, Google held the line."
This partnership makes me feel a bit ill.
I think Seb might even be underestimating the importance of this given the context. People who visit ACMI are, presumably, very ‘visual’. A reasonable hypothesis might be that they’re more likely than other audiences to understand the meaning of ‘standard’ iconography. The effect could be bigger elsewhere.
Great idea, you only get the free drink if you visit five other independent local coffee shops. #disloyalty
Jokes on you, MDN, I managed to get a 414 error without even trying!
Quit using Mendeley people!
They started encrypting your database so you cannot easily move it over to other tools any more.
That link also helps you saving your data before it's too late.
(Elsevier are a bunch of crooks, blocking interoperability one-way and not the other. Almost as bad as Google blocking uBlock for your safety...)
This reminds me I need to put my master password somewhere secure but ultimately accessible.
At least I don't have CAN$190m worth of numberwang riding on it though.
Ok I think my 'pocketsnack' tool is done! Check out the latest version:
It will tag everything in your list, archive it, and then pull a reasonable number of tagged items back into the list, either daily or weekly. Plus more 😀 Runs on Mac and Linux (caveat: not really tested on Linux)
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I like how Twitter is effectively just a really shitty mastodon instance
- doesn't federate
- absolutely piss-poor UI, particularly on mobile
- no CWs? or post scopes? what are they playing at
- way too many users - moderation not prepared for user numbers and it shows
- probabilistic algorithms handling post ordering and moderation
- friendly to nazis
ausglam.space admin. Fan of controlled vocabularies, sortition, seizing the means of production, and modern plumbing.
This is a Mastodon instance primarily for Australasian Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums and Records people, and anyone else who wants to hang out with them. Loosely associated with newCardigan