Quillette is trash.
Some very good points in this article about how unfair it is to push privacy solely as a personal choice. "This very neoliberal notion of personal agency ... being asked to resist ... only punishes those of us struggling to preserve our privacy".
It's something I've wondered about a lot, about what the ideal way is to combat surveillance capitalism. The EU's GDPR has done the world a great good, but, as the article points out, regulation can only go so far.
My initial reaction is to say that the problem is the profitability of personal data. If (accidental) data leaks are met with profoundly high fines, I think eventually you would reach a point where personal data is just too high a liability to keep. Fines have a similar problem to regulations, though, which is jurisdiction....
Crinkle cheeks! #cats
Any thoughts on ECC memory? #lazyweb
I figure if I can, I might as well. I'm running ZFS so why not try to keep the data integrity.
Remember: I don't use my system for gaming.
The mainboard is some goofy design gaming board, but it has all the right stuff.
For you CompSci types, were you aware that Andrew Tanenbaum has a cookbook?
You can't really appreciate it without reading some of the recipes.
I recommend checking out the Baked Lasagna recipe, to start.
A bunch of technomancers in the fediverse. Keep it fairly clean please. This arcology is for all who wash up upon it's digital shore.