We previously created a comprehensive guide to Internet privacy that details how to keep companies and hackers away from your data. We have now updated the guide with additional tips and information. protonmail.com/blog/internet-privacy
Tree took out power to the house but all the network gear is on a UPS... winning
This blog has some useful visualizations aimed a fighting peoples fear of “chemicals”. Just look at this ingredient label for a blueberry: https://jameskennedymonash.wordpress.com/2013/12/20/ingredients-of-all-natural-blueberries/
Do you know what to do if border agents try to search your phone? If you're traveling out of the country this summer, check out our guide to protecting your device at border crossings. https://protonmail.com/blog/border-crossing-protect-electronics/
“We've noticed you haven't opened any of our emails recently. To ensure we only send you relevant content, please take a couple of minutes to update your profile”
Can you imagine getting a notice like this for snail mail. Take your engagement metrics and shove them right up your ass.
My wife asked me if I had heard about some photo aging software that is making the rounds. Then she said, “don’t use it, it’s owned by a Russian company”.*
All my years of ranting to her is finally paying off.
* yeah, software to match photos with contact info. Hard nope.
Mike Kelly *looks* like a shorter, chubbier, eviler version of Phantasm’s Tall Man but, apparently, he’s a PoC
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Andrew Gillum still has the best quote about racist politicians that protest being called out as racists (paraphrasing): "I'm not calling [him] a racist*, I'm simply saying the racists believe he’s a racist."
As people like Andrew Anglin cheer on the president.
*actually, I /am/ calling him a racist
I'm dead they managed to have a housing crisis in a fuckin mmo *flip table and leave to scream at a tree*
Me: we really should ignore Prime day. You know, for the workers...
Wife: Lego Millenium Falcon is half off. Comes with Porgs!
Struggle is real
The summer is a great time to talk about energy conservation because a) it's hot as hell and people are going "Was it this hot last year?" and "CRIPES WHAT IF IT'S EVEN MORE RIDICULOUS NEXT YEAR" and b) the people out there with any sense at all are looking around at all their machines turned on or in standby mode and going "Is that thing making heat? AM I PAYING GOOD MONEY TO MAKE HEAT WHICH I THEN HAVE TO PAY MORE MONEY TO GET RID OF?! DAMN THING'S GOT ME COMING AND GOING!"