/kbin is an open source reddit-like content aggregator and microblogging platform for the fediverse. (kbin.pub)
Kbin is a decentralized content aggregator and microblogging platform running on the Fediverse network. It can communicate with many other ActivityPub services, including Mastodon, Lemmy, Pleroma, Peertube. The initiative aims to promote a free and open internet.
In an increasingly and undetectable AI inhabited Internet for surveillance capitalism, attention economy,control, do you think there's still value in online social interactions? Authentically? How so? (dev.karab.in)
We are social animals, many or most of us need social interaction for our well being, but also survival purposes taking into account the socioeconomic system and globalization. If we cannot have that interaction in real life, we try to find that in the virtual space....
Why you don't use linux? (dev.karab.in)
Twitter Hunts Down Github User Who Leaked Company's Source Code (torrentfreak.com)
Orange Pi 5 Is A Great & Very Fast Alternative To The Raspberry Pi 4 (phoronix.com)
"TikTok is part of China’s cognitive warfare campaign", says researcher Nita Farahany (theguardian.com)
"We [...] need to raise public awareness of the risks associated with digital platforms and neurotechnology devices by giving the public concrete information about the risks to themselves and national security. Educating users about potential dangers and promoting digital literacy will empower individuals to make informed...
what is your life's philosophy? (dev.karab.in)
Samsung caught faking zoom photos of the Moon (theverge.com)
Importing the Press to the Fediverse (blog.hello.coop)
The Fediverse Isn't Inevitable (blog.foxxtrot.net)
> With the rise of the Fediverse driven by Elon Musk's continued efforts to make Twitter unpleasant for the majority of people, it has been interesting and exciting to see increased interest in forms of Social Media outside the corporate hegemony dominated by Twitter and Facebook over the last decade....
Flipboard joins the Fediverse with a Mastodon integration and community, plans for ActivityPub (techcrunch.com)
what upcoming software are you waiting for? (dev.karab.in)
Strange behaviour (lemmy.ca)
Fellas, why is this happening, especially sometimes but not other times?...
From gaming with your eyes to coding with AI: New frontiers for accessibility (github.com)
Learn about assistive technology enabling more people to do software development, such as:...
Francja: starcie z policją przeciw budowie rezerwuaru w Sainte-Soline (twitter.com)
TikTok jest częścią chińskiej kampanii wojny kognitywnej (theguardian.com)
Wojska ścigają się w opracowywaniu broni, które pewnego dnia mogłyby bezpośrednio zaatakować lub wyłączyć ludzkie umysły. Ryzykujemy ignorując ten kontekst pisze prof. Nita Farahany....
Polscy europosłowie wszystkich sił politycznych przeciwni projektowanym limitom emisji metanu (fakty.tvn24.pl)
Tech makers must provide repairs for up to 10 years under proposed EU law (arstechnica.com)
Introducing the Framework Laptop 16 and both Intel and AMD-powered (frame.work)
cross-posted from: https://beehaw.org/post/311970...
what is the best NSFW communities on lemmy? (dev.karab.in)
Gordon Moore, Intel co-founder and creator of 'Moore’s Law', dies at 94 (theverge.com)
Moore also predicted the rise of the PC and the smartphone decades before they became reality. He died on Friday surrounded by family at his home in Hawaii.
Although TikTok is privately-owned, refusing control from the Chinese government might not be a safe option for executives, says researcher (hrw.org)
"It’s not uncommon for Chinese authorities to forcibly “disappear” business executives, a practice that has increased in recent years under President Xi Jinping. Some executives have never been heard from again. Some have returned to work as if nothing had happened. Some ended up going to prison. Some even mysteriously...
Not only TikTok: France bans also Twitter, Instagram, Netflix and other apps from government staff phones (techxplore.com)
The move follows similar restrictions on TikTok in democratic countries amid fears about the popular video-sharing app's Chinese connections. But the French decision also encompassed other platforms widely used by government officials, lawmakers and President Emmanuel Macron himself.