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TikTok sues U.S. government, saying potential ban violates First Amendment
  • ya, it just shows the world US has got a lot of gotchas law that's polar opposite of everything it markets itself as.

    Freedom <> Patriot Act War Crimes <> Hague Invasion Act Free Market <> LOL Get Sanctioned Peace <> Funds Apartheid Freeze Peach <> Criticise Israel <> Get Fucked

    So basically anything goes when it feels a little miffed like a toddler.

  • PixelExperience has been depricated
  • Apart from replicating the pixel experience on devices not sold by Google, it was a ROM that enabled people to upload unlimited images/video in any resolution to google photos cloud storage (as it could disguise itself as OG Google Pixel).

    I don't know if it worked well and how google didn't stop it, but it was one of the highlight of this project.

  • What are your complaints about Lemmy?
  • Hiding read posts means they're now lost (when you’re logged in) if you didn't save the link somewhere. Can't find it after a day and now you have to check it on incognito.

    But if you don't hide posts you've already read, you end up with the same posts on your feed.

    it's a very small nitpick though. having new posts load every time I visit lets me see a lot of new content, I wouldn't have seen otherwise.

    I hope some app devs can put up a section for "read posts" locally so instances aren't overwhelmed.

  • The new science of death: ‘There’s something happening in the brain that makes no sense’
  • That's just wild. I always heard oxygen deprivation leads to brain damage and stuff?

    Between 30-180 seconds of oxygen deprivation, you may lose consciousness. At the one-minute mark, brain cells begin dying. At three minutes, neurons suffer more extensive damage, and lasting brain damage becomes more likely. At five minutes, death becomes imminent

  • Affinity is joining the Canva family
  • I bought Designer last year as a one off. But there's no point in mastering it anymore. That's just going to suck you more into their ecosystem, then a subscription, then raising price, and then whatever they want.

  • Lite XL v2.1.2 Released
    github.com Release Lite XL v2.1.2 · lite-xl/lite-xl

    This release addresses some issues present in the previous release, and improves the performance and stability. Downloads Windows (Setup): 32-bit, 64-bit Linux (64-bit): AppImage, tarball macOS: U...

    Release Lite XL v2.1.2 · lite-xl/lite-xl

    A lightweight text editor written in Lua, adapted from lite.

    Lite XL has support for high DPI display on Windows and Linux and, since 1.16.7 release, it supports retina displays on macOS

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    requesting c/travel

    !travel@lemmy.ml mod hasn't been active for 2 years.

    Here's my post: https://lemmy.ml/comment/4766015

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    Is Google catching on to NewPipe extractor?

    Caught this is on one of the piped instance. Every video on this instance has the same warning. Piped is an opensource privacy frontend for YouTube, which uses NewPipe's youtube extractor.

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    Facebook paid GOP firm to malign TikTok

    Anyone else felt like those inflammatory posts against tiktok weren't natural? Turns out it was true.

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