@cloudfog I can't comment on this because I don't know what Putin and Co. actually say these days.
Me in 2019: collapseos is farfetched and irrelevant,
@cloudfog yeah, I'm scared of it too, a little bit.
But the reality is that if yo udon't use a password, you WILL forget it no matter how awesome your memory is. My 0.58 BTC can attest to that. :D
Fancy a custom #Lagrange UI theme? 😎
In v1.6, UI colors can be customized via a config file.
Just to clarify, because someone has bought my attention to it. By "illegal" I'm not referring to e.g. "illegally" buying HRT medication. I'm having issues with the ponzi scheme aspects of crypto that are used to exploit people. I personally don't care if people buy any form of drugs with it or do other things that don't harm others. The stuff that harms others is my problem, same goes for the laws that prevent people from deciding what to do with their bodies.
@cloudfog you're forgetting the third option — an actual Stockholm syndrome! In Soviet Union, I feel like it was the majority factor: pretend you believe something your peers and captors (like ЦК) claim to believe or be destroyed by the machine.
@raichoo I respect this!
BTW, my moderate take on that is here (spoiler: I almost entirely agree with you, bar relevance of law)
@wholesomedonut do you see this as the fingerprint of soviet.circumlunar.space too?
@raichoo so basically if Tor wasn't founded by the US government, its creation would lack moral compass?
What about the fact that slavery and genocide was regulated for the vast majority of the history of Western civilisation, does it make parcticioners of slavery and genocide ethical? 🤔
I thought that they're all in jail by now due to the attached analysis: https://ucg.cdn.doma.dev/SSRN-id3195066.pdf
It makes me sick.
@raichoo right, but he is very much so fighting windmills, doesn't he? I can attest in a court of law to the fact that IOHK is acting in good faith on all the fronts, despite me not being affiliated with them at all and them giving the company I founded a bad rep due to the way we have parted ways.
I don't think that your take is constructive at all. It's almost Stephen Deil level!
Also, the fact that majority use of a tech is illegal doesn't mean that the tech itself is "something that is already bad". See Tor for a reference.
Furthermore, your take is extremely authoritative! There are a lot of "something that is already bad" that was both regulated and institutionalised.
By no means am I a blockchain fan-boy, but I'm interested in automated payment processing within a domain for one of my projects and I consider a PoS cryptocurrency that supports oracles an adequate facilitator for that.
First — I would just start with a dimple zafu + zabudon setup with a low table (hint: you can likely have it made out of a woodblock at a local lumber mill, then coat it yourself or rent a workshop for a couple of evenings to clean & coat).
Second — I don't know if you're in the States, but in UK / EU proper things like you want are simply unattainable via Amazon. I got my zafu/zabudon from the US from some small business through Etsy!
Understory has a really very tasty looking website.
– "Grow your mind". "Own your data". "Link your ideas".
Looks like an experimental federated digital garden-y social platform thing, built on Solid. From the blurb, appears to aim at not needing coding to be on there.