When you shut something you assume it’s “closed” and therefore not “open” to see/hear whatever you’re doing in its vicinity.
So, bravo Apple for making a thing that could break context instead behave like our bodies expect it to.
This is interesting…
Introducing Trump's law:
Any social media, past a certain audiance's size, will become the host of all voices, including hate speach, bullying, troll, commercial abuse, etc.
Be careful, #mastodon.
StationF donne envie de vomir chaque jour un peu plus https://twitter.com/AWSFrance/status/1055371890037002240
Si y'a des mastos lyonnais interessés par les interfaces vocales. @IxDALyon@twitter.com organise à Lyon le 23 octobre un workshop d'une 1/2 journée avec Phillip Hunter @email@example.com , une ponte du domaine. Toutes les infos sur le workshop ici: https://www.eventbrite.fr/e/billets-ixda-atelier-voice-product-strategy-50243079403
I have decided that every time a company sends me a NPS survey, I will score it 0, and if they ask me why, I would put the link to Jared's article. #howLikelyareYouToCollectUselessData
It’s hard not to enjoy the region. #lavaux
Happy to learn my datacenter of choice / #exoscale / are :
✅ Is renewable energy certified
✅ And local
✅ While price competitve
✅ Embrace Privacy per defaut
✅ Has a somewhat good ux
✅ And a top-notch support.
UX vs privacy : By default, Bear.App scans your clipboard, and reach out to any website it finds, to resolve their title, as soon as the window gets the focus, and even before I actively paste the link.
That is great UX, as it is proactively finding good defaults for the unclear informations (URL)
But the tradeoff is costly in terms of personal data. Also, you can desactivate it, but you loose the feature.
Why don't they do it only when I activelly tell it "paste" ? (i know why, but still)
Getting some #FOMO of @PrimerEurope@twitter.com. So many friends there.
Federation report: in the last hour, https://mastodon.host received 11709 toots from 501 instances. We can see at the moment 54.95% (59.22% excluding mstdn.jp) of the network statuses and are connected to 4802/5676 known instances.
Welcome @bcochet 👋
Upgrade my instance to v2.5.0. Was a breeze.
Thanks @Mastodon :-)