The Spanish Spain never recovered from the frustrations of losing its empire...
So Eta is no more, but the political conflict remains, as it does in Catalonia. The inability of the Spanish state to respond through dialogue, negotiation and compromise to the democratic aspirations of Catalan and Basque societies persists, and so does instability for Spain and for Europe.
Twitter Announces New End-of-Life Date for APIs and Pricing That Affects Third-Party Apps
Beginning June 11, no more free API key for Google Maps (now Google Maps Platform) if you don't provide a credit card.
A lot of custom Google maps that have been created over the years will likely no longer work.
Google, tech in general, addiction, FOMO, exploitation, Lifegoals Show more
I'm becoming more and more convinced that one of my lifegoals will be to change internet culture from one of
Fear of Missing Out (FOMO) / immediate mass consumption
Don't worry, take your time it will be there. The internet will keep it for you, no rush.
I'm a DevOps and I have no idea what that means
Honestly, #Tusky is the best mobile app for the fediverse. It's buttery-smooth, supports pretty much all of the features of the web platform, and has a great UI that is extremely easy to use.
I would recommend it for anybody who uses Android, hands down.
New Spectre NG vulnerabilities in Intel CPUs https://borncity.com/win/2018/05/03/new-spectre-ng-vulnerabilities-in-intel-cpus/
Advice from the #WordPress #accessibility team on Infinite scrolling and why it is a bad idea: https://make.wordpress.org/accessibility/handbook/best-practices/markup/infinite-scroll/
And yes, I have run into infinite scrolling traps with #Pinafore, too, where the last item I jumped to was suddenly no longer the last item I expected. ;) As for going back, the Back buttons on profiles or thread views, however, do take me to the right place because @nolan knows proper focus handling. :)
Nice! The #Mastodon logo got merged in to Font Awesome! https://fontawesome.com/icons/mastodon?style=brands
You with your Latin alphabet languages don't know what it is to change layouts all the time.
Monitoring is the path to the dark side. Monitoring leads to alerts. Alerts lead to hate. Hate leads to suffering.
@gme It's not complicated indeed. New instances don't pop up in a vacuum (and they pop up all the time): The admins have friends who migrate over, or they create them for existing communities, they announce them on Mastodon and get boosted around and interested people migrate. They announce them on their twitters and facebooks and get their friends to migrate. Half of all servers have started and grew before joinmastodon even existed as a website.