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  1. Comment on What programming/technical projects have you been working on? in ~comp

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    Just published a cli torrent client I made https://github.com/nektro/mtorrent some screenshots: https://media.discordapp.net/attachments/423451373561053184/828159103217303632/2021-04-03_16-36.png...
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  2. Comment on <deleted topic> in ~tech

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    Would rather see them run Tor nodes

    Would rather see them run Tor nodes

    2 votes
  3. Comment on The young are regarded as the most tolerant generation. That's why results of this LGBTQ survey are 'alarming' in ~lgbt

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    thank you. amp is terrible.

    thank you. amp is terrible.

    7 votes
  4. Comment on Is having a business line worth it? in ~tech

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    100mbps is available on home internet too, but having a static IP would be nice. As far has website hosting, it depends on what kind of site. If it's static (just HTML/CSS/JS) I'd go with...

    100mbps is available on home internet too, but having a static IP would be nice. As far has website hosting, it depends on what kind of site. If it's static (just HTML/CSS/JS) I'd go with https://www.netlify.com/

    Otherwise, go for it :D

    2 votes
  5. Comment on Libra White Paper - Facebook's cryptocurrency in ~finance

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    Crypto is always a cash-grab for early investors, and even less trustworthy coming from Facebook. Stay far, far, away.

    Crypto is always a cash-grab for early investors, and even less trustworthy coming from Facebook. Stay far, far, away.

    1 vote
  6. Comment on San Francisco has banned government and police use of face surveillance technology in ~tech

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    this right here. this feels like a PR move so that they can still get away with contracting it out

    this right here. this feels like a PR move so that they can still get away with contracting it out

    1 vote
  7. Comment on These LGBTQ Activists Don’t Want Queer and Trans People Serving in the Military in ~lgbt

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    it makes them sounds super transphobic, considering there are plenty of trans people that want to be in the military, but can't now because of the ban

    it makes them sounds super transphobic, considering there are plenty of trans people that want to be in the military, but can't now because of the ban

    3 votes
  8. Comment on These LGBTQ Activists Don’t Want Queer and Trans People Serving in the Military in ~lgbt

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    Yeah this is some real title gore, glad it actually has a good message

    Yeah this is some real title gore, glad it actually has a good message

  9. Comment on Firefox 66.0.4 has been released - fixes disabled extensions/add-ons in ~tech

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    How soon will Tor get this update?

    How soon will Tor get this update?

    1 vote
  10. Comment on Firefox bug: All extensions disabled due to expiration of intermediate signing cert in ~tech

  11. Comment on The only way to rein in big tech is to treat them as a public service in ~tech

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    Are you implying companies aren't run by people?

    Are you implying companies aren't run by people?

  12. Comment on The only way to rein in big tech is to treat them as a public service in ~tech

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    I wholeheartedly disagree that this is completely unavoidable.

    That monopoly will eventually become corrupt and begin exploiting their position of power, it's merely a question of how long it takes for that rot to set in, not if it will happen.

    I wholeheartedly disagree that this is completely unavoidable.

    1 vote
  13. Comment on [PDF] NASA's flagship James Webb Space Telescope, will run Javascript for instrumentation control using a defunct & proprietary interpreter with a list of errata last updated in 2003 in ~comp

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    but yeah, on the point or @Ordinator and @teaearlgraycold, especially in the 90's, why did they think Javascript was a good choice for a system meant to entirely /bug free/ and sustainable for...

    Since the establishment of the James Webb Space Telescope’s (JWST) mission definition in the late 1990’s,

    but yeah, on the point or @Ordinator and @teaearlgraycold, especially in the 90's, why did they think Javascript was a good choice for a system meant to entirely /bug free/ and sustainable for decades?

    2 votes
  14. Comment on The only way to rein in big tech is to treat them as a public service in ~tech

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    for sure, I'm not even actually against monopolies. however, its unfortunate that the companies tend to have to act pretty awful to get themselves in a situation where their a monopoly. i dont...

    for sure, I'm not even actually against monopolies. however, its unfortunate that the companies tend to have to act pretty awful to get themselves in a situation where their a monopoly. i dont think capitalism is necessarily the issue but too often ive seen recently big big companies sidestepping morals in the search for more profits at the detriment to users. and teddy roosevelt era laws dont know how to deal with it

    1 vote
  15. Comment on [PDF] NASA's flagship James Webb Space Telescope, will run Javascript for instrumentation control using a defunct & proprietary interpreter with a list of errata last updated in 2003 in ~comp

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    But now they do...

    But now they do...

    3 votes
  16. Comment on The only way to rein in big tech is to treat them as a public service in ~tech

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    Or, you know, enforce anti-trust laws like they were supposed to be and regulate the industry against bad actors. The government already has the power to fix them but don't because of the amount...

    Or, you know, enforce anti-trust laws like they were supposed to be and regulate the industry against bad actors. The government already has the power to fix them but don't because of the amount of lobbying and campaign/infrastructure they provide.

    12 votes
  17. Comment on [PDF] NASA's flagship James Webb Space Telescope, will run Javascript for instrumentation control using a defunct & proprietary interpreter with a list of errata last updated in 2003 in ~comp

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    Do they go over in the paper why they aren't using an engine such as V8 or SpiderMonkey?

    Proprietary JS interpretation engine

    Do they go over in the paper why they aren't using an engine such as V8 or SpiderMonkey?

    4 votes
  18. Comment on Gender dysphoria isn’t a “social contagion,” according to a new study in ~lgbt

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    Of course it isn't.

    Of course it isn't.

    4 votes
  19. Comment on In my opinion, censorship is a bad way to combat hate speech. in ~talk

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    since society (or any community) and its moderators typically control the systems of power in these situations, given we're talking about a tolerant society, what for you would be an example of...

    since society (or any community) and its moderators typically control the systems of power in these situations, given we're talking about a tolerant society, what for you would be an example of intolerant citizens/users using force?

    7 votes
  20. Comment on In my opinion, censorship is a bad way to combat hate speech. in ~talk

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    While many of us are redditors, this site is not meant to be a replacement/alternative for Reddit. For many it is, but that's not the site's goal. is your feed set to newest?

    While many of us are redditors, this site is not meant to be a replacement/alternative for Reddit. For many it is, but that's not the site's goal.

    the fact that this is currently the top submission to this site

    is your feed set to newest?

    5 votes