This will probably speak to like 10 people in my followers but, I found out that Bowtie.app still runs perfectly on macOS Mojave and I'm having a nostalgia trip 😭

@ticky I noticed that beta of “@Watch” Apple Watch app had expired😞 Were you planning to release this in App Store?

has been immensely useful on travels and paying in foreign currencies but the Wired article makes the company sound like an awful place to be. Makes me question if I should close the account. wired.co.uk/article/revolut-tr

So privileged ports are history as of macOS Mojave (10.14). Good riddance too.

(He realises after installing authbind and then realising “wait a minute, I forgot to invoke it and my server is still binding to 443!”)

news.ycombinator.com/item?id=1

Finally took effort to migrate my secondary account out from . It was much less painful than I imagined.

Toot! v1.4.1 is out! This is just a quick bugfix release.

itunes.apple.com/us/app/toot/i

What's new:

* Instances running Pleroma should now work again. You may need to remove and re-add the instance, or reinstall the app, to make sure everything goes back to normal.
* Zooming should work again on images now.

I was rearranging the code base a bit and made the web push notification code on the client side build independently of the rest of the app, so I included it in the repo for my web push relay:

github.com/DagAgren/toot-relay

People working on Mastodon clients can use this to make more reliable and lightweight push notification implementations for their apps! It's a lot better than having a notification backend that connects to the Mastodon server.

Right, I’ll tell you what we’re going to do. We’re going to organise a conference in Europe for people working on ethical alternatives to surveillance capitalism that isn’t sponsored by surveillance capitalism. For people who aren’t afraid to pick a side.

Because I’ve had it with this bullshit and we need non-bullshit alternatives.

Watch this space.

@thomasfuchs You do not have to turn facetime completely off.
It is a bug in the groupcall function of facetime, which Apple disabled on their servers already. So you won't be able to use it right now anyways.

"normal" 1-on-1 facetime calls should not be affected

UI designer: okay so when youre designing a user interface, you gotta give it a lil' juice. juice it up. look at this button. see, not juicy enough. now look at this. damn. thats a juicy button. real juicy. look at that juicy border around the button. but the font? not juicy enough. NOW look at that font. thats one juicy-as-hell font. in conclusion, its important to design compelling user interfaces that are juicy. keep it juicy. im a UX expert. stay juicy. users love it. juicy

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it's time for my favourite game, Windows or Capitalism, where we try to guess whether a statement applies to windows or capitalism

- it's obnoxiously expensive for no reason
- corporate monopolies allow the big companies to stamp out alternatives and present themselves as the only option, driving up prices to ridiculous levels
- you are constantly pressured to spend money. in fact, if you don't have money, you can't participate at all
- advertisements are a fundamental element of the system
- most people who have souls despise it, but remain complacent because "what are the alternatives? this is the way things are"
- the mere mention of the names of alternatives disgusts many people
- the people in charge don't give a shit about you

trick question!! all of these statements apply to windows AND capitalism!!!!!

@toni it was originally just playing a rippingtons or a chris de burgh tape at normal speed but these days the drive belt isnt doing so well

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