READING TIME OF TERMS OF SERVICE COMPARED TO BOOKS (INFOGRAPHIC) :
Reading Microsoft’s Terms of Service would take more time than Sun Tzu’s Art of War. What about Facebook, Netflix, or TikTok? -
ebookfriendly.com/reading-time

@tpheine Thank you.
I genuinely think it is the right solution, but it takes some work getting settled - in practical and mental terms

Civ VI for free in the Epic Games Store!

After my wife and I decided to divorce just over a month ago because our priorities had become too different, she has bought summer clothes, perfume and extra sports lessons.
I have bought a phone, a tablet, a Kindle and a set of Bluetooth earbuds.
I think this is fair to take as a confirmation of finding inspiration in different places.

websites are bad, you say? you don’t like opening the browser for every little thing, you say? well good on you, because we’ve just released a desktop version of our app — which is just the website plus two more levels of sandboxing, plus we get to mine your telemetry 🤡

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Today: A walk around the Damhus Lake (Damhussøen). A lovely place.

@dick_turpin And after GDPR they seem to have tightened the secure connections a bit - even the US companies have to comply.

@dick_turpin It looks pretty much the same as Teams. I can see that one can plan a meeting in the calendar as well. The integration seems pretty solid.

crossposting this from twitter.

fediverse, I'm looking to enlist a UI designer for some (paid!) audio software design work. the ideal person for this role:

1) is a UI designer
2) knows their way around music software
3) can write GLSL shaders or has an interest in learning
4) is taking contract work

if this is you, or you know somebody who fits this description, please get in touch :D

Hm, puzzling.
If I write in a Markdown link in Nextcloud Notes Answering app like [mstdn.io Mastodon service](mstdn.io), the app will not render it as a link. But if I select a text and ask the app to create a link, it will write it out in the same Markdown - and render when I switch to View Mode. Curiouser and curiouser.

In the village of Dornach in Austria, during the winter of 1893-4, the Swedish playwright August Strindberg laid out a series of photographic plates on the ground - publicdomainreview.org/collect - This is very charming, actually

@cy That was my suspicion - I know that Hubbard wrote potboilers before he decided to present himself as a supreme being

So, is Battlefield Earth actually a bad book, or was it just the movie?

@Tutanota That is brilliant, thank you. Glad to be a paying customer.

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