Today's threads (a thread).
Inside: What Democrats need to do; Automated functional drone manufacture; Privacy Without Monopoly Pt 2; and more!
What Democrats need to do: Don't just stand there, govern.
Automated functional drone manufacture: Robutts stole my jerb.
Privacy Without Monopoly Pt 2: This week on my podcast.
#15yrsago Using corn-rows to teach fractals https://web.archive.org/web/20051214202832/http://diac.cpsr.org/cgi-bin/diac02/pattern.cgi/public?pattern_id=494
#15yrsago Transport for London censors anagram Tube map https://web.archive.org/web/20060227093852/http://www.unfortu.net/anagrammap/
#10yrsago Egyptian orders a pizza for the Wisconsin demonstrators https://www.politico.com/story/2011/02/from-cairo-to-madison-some-pizza-049888
#5yrsago Citing copyright, Army blocks Chelsea Manning from receiving printouts from EFF’s website https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2016/02/military-prison-blocks-chelsea-manning-reading-eff-blog-posts
#1yrago Wells Fargo will pay $3b for 2 million acts of fraud https://pluralistic.net/2020/02/22/pluralist-your-daily-link-dose-22-feb-2020/#banksters
#1yrago ICANN should demand to see the secret financial docs in the .ORG selloff https://pluralistic.net/2020/02/22/pluralist-your-daily-link-dose-22-feb-2020/#unethos
Yesterday's threads: K-shaped recovery vs wealth taxes; Facebook vs Australia; The Paltrow-Industrial Complex; and more!
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@pluralistic Cory, I understand that you would like to promote your work, but would it be possible to add the standard posts at a lower frequency?
While I love your original posts, they already are a large part of my time line, with the long list of ads it is really a lot of scrolling to get to posts by others.
@pluralistic Okay, added four filters. I always think that when a reasonable person voices a problem there are likely more people who have it.