Haven’t tried it myself, but another cool way is to send images and other files to your phone as attachments to a notification:
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Yes, Google and Apple each have their own preferences in breaching the user’s privacy.
Like, Google loves targeted ads while Apple wishes to know your location whenever
Steam solves the “problem” by making a shared library accessible for only one user at a time.
But I guess you can still meet up & play or watch together
Ads have no right be as invasive as they are. So ads, and only ads, are to blame.
I’ve always turned autocorrect off before I could even get used to it.
It sure is tempting to type quicker on a virtual keyboard, but I still prefer typing out words letter by letter, mainly bc I find typing suggestions distracting.
A physical keyboard might be a better way to save time while not losing your spelling skills.
The irony is that the company uses data from Crisis Text Line to make their customer support more “empathetic”.
I find the idea highly unsettling. Here’s a related old article from 2014, which is still relevant:
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i3 window manager in Linux is super minimalistic
Credit cards are to be avoided, unless you want to put a name on your transaction, which you usually don’t
Let’s keep it for readability then, no harm done
There must have been a reason – let’s ask the person who decided this
In that case, why not keep the only special character allowed
You would have to ban more than just the hyphen, so might as well leave it as is
Also, using Discord and the like makes an otherwise good FOSS project lose credibility
“Here you go, darling. Take this hot mess & enjoy!”
I wish I’d never have to update anything… the update frequency is too damn high at this point