JustABanana's recent activity

  1. Comment on Russia Closes its Grip on the Internet in ~news

  2. Comment on Reddit For Sale: How We Bought The Top Spot For $200 (2016) in ~tech

  3. Comment on Ghidra the reverse engineering tool has been open sourced in ~tech

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    Revelant discussion. NSA has published it before but until recently it has not been open source

    Revelant discussion. NSA has published it before but until recently it has not been open source

    4 votes
  4. Comment on Switching from Win10 to something else: what are my options? in ~tech

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    If you are ok with piracy try out windows 10 ltsc. It's windows a version of windows 10 designed for enterprises without all the bloat and telemetry

    If you are ok with piracy try out windows 10 ltsc. It's windows a version of windows 10 designed for enterprises without all the bloat and telemetry

  5. Comment on Home is where the _____ is. in ~talk

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    I'm too lazy to find it but there is an xkcd about that

    I'm too lazy to find it but there is an xkcd about that

    2 votes
  6. Comment on Millions of Facebook records were exposed on public Amazon server in ~tech

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    It wasn't facebook that stored the data on S3, it was a third party dev

    It wasn't facebook that stored the data on S3, it was a third party dev

  7. Comment on Megathread: April Fools' Day 2019 on the internet in ~misc

  8. Comment on Megathread: April Fools' Day 2019 on the internet in ~misc

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    Ah that's what broke the mastodon bot

    Ah that's what broke the mastodon bot

    3 votes
  9. Comment on Europe’s controversial overhaul of online copyright receives final approval in ~tech

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    I think it's would be useful to have an onion address for tildes so if tildes gets blocked/banned people can still access it

    I think it's would be useful to have an onion address for tildes so if tildes gets blocked/banned people can still access it

    3 votes
  10. Comment on Hear what a genderless AI voice sounds like—and consider why it matters in ~tech

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    Direct link to the voice clip on youtube, provided by /u/droplet Lots of people say that they hear either a male or female voice. Could it be that it's because we are so used to the idea that...

    Direct link to the voice clip on youtube, provided by /u/droplet

    Lots of people say that they hear either a male or female voice. Could it be that it's because we are so used to the idea that voices have to be male or female we try to force a gender on the voice? For me the voice just switched between sounding male and female

  11. Comment on Recommend me some podcasts! in ~talk

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    Hello internet - a podcast by CGP Grey and Dr. Brady Haran(creator of Numberphile, computerphile, objectivity and a whole lot of other educational youtube channels) where they talk about basically...

    Hello internet - a podcast by CGP Grey and Dr. Brady Haran(creator of Numberphile, computerphile, objectivity and a whole lot of other educational youtube channels) where they talk about basically everything. The chemistry between the hosts is simply amazing and the really dedicated community(mostly on /r/HelloInternet) makes the podcast so much better

    1 vote
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  13. Comment on Valve lays off 13 employees, reportedly slashing VR hardware division in ~games

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    Or fan made stuff like project Borealis

    Or fan made stuff like project Borealis

    2 votes
  14. Comment on Mark Zuckerberg: A Privacy-Focused Vision for Social Networking in ~tech

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    We could also post the entire article in the comments, since it's better for people on mobile

    We could also post the entire article in the comments, since it's better for people on mobile

  15. Comment on Long-term measles vaccine study shows no link with autism — again in ~health

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    God, I love tildes. I just wish I could do the same on reddit and twitter

    God, I love tildes. I just wish I could do the same on reddit and twitter

    3 votes
  16. Comment on Woman cyclist forced to stop race after catching up with men in ~sports

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    Any examples of men catching up and just running past? I believe what you're saying is true I just like having examples I can point to in case I'm arguing with someone else

    Any examples of men catching up and just running past? I believe what you're saying is true I just like having examples I can point to in case I'm arguing with someone else

  17. Comment on Long-term measles vaccine study shows no link with autism — again in ~health

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    At this point I want to filter out all posts and articles with the word "vaccine" in their titles. Don't get me wrong I'm glad people are showing that vaccines are harmless but I'm just tired of...

    At this point I want to filter out all posts and articles with the word "vaccine" in their titles. Don't get me wrong I'm glad people are showing that vaccines are harmless but I'm just tired of having the entire internet filled with articles titled "For the 9999999th time vaccines don't cause autism. In the other news water is wet and earth isn't flat". I don't want people to stop posting those arrticles and hopefully fighting the anti-vaxxers but it's annoying

    5 votes
  18. Comment on Managing my passwords with KeePassXC and friends in ~tech

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    Bitwarden recently had a security audit that didn't find any major vulnerabilities, and from my expirience it works really well

    Bitwarden recently had a security audit that didn't find any major vulnerabilities, and from my expirience it works really well

    3 votes
  19. Comment on OnionShare 2 released in ~comp

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    From the article OnionShare is an open source tool for securely and anonymously sending and receiving files using Tor onion services. It works by starting a web server directly on your computer...

    From the article

    OnionShare is an open source tool for securely and anonymously sending and receiving files using Tor onion services. It works by starting a web server directly on your computer and making it accessible as an unguessable Tor web address that others can load in Tor Browser to download files from you, or upload files to you. It doesn't require setting up a separate server, using a third party file-sharing service, or even logging into an account.

    2 votes