start: ok you probably want to start putty :)
start: ok yep, probably still want to launch putty! here it is
start: y ou now want to bing search for putty, the fre eopen source terminal application
Or do you just miss out on a guitar ballad for the duration of your login session?
Some possible explanations:
1. It's a coincidentally-timed phish.
2. I entered the other email somewhere in LastPass as an alternate contact or something.
3. LastPass somehow figured out how the accounts are connected.
4. LastPass somehow ended up with the info from the phone's primary account when I installed it on the secondary account.
I'm really hoping it's #1 or #2...
A few days ago I set up test accounts on several password managers/wallets on an alternate Gmail account, to get a sense of how they work without interfering with my regular accounts. I've been getting marketing emails from them.
Today I got an email apparently from LastPass on my *main* gmail account encouraging me to continue setup... 🤔
i remember when i first joined the fediverse a few years ago i wasn't expecting much
but then i made my first post & the lovely people of weirder.earth (which still had its "a" back then) started responding immediately! i was shocked!
on most social networks, it feels like you're posting into the void until you build up a community yourself
joining a small mastodon instance is like joining a pre-existing community. i think that's special. and the local tl is largely what allows that to exist.
I think @gargron is making a big mistake here by signaling his intent to phase out the local timeline : https://github.com/mastodon/mastodon-ios/issues/221
Besides debates about what "diverse" means, it's taking away a major incentive for people to start and maintain an instance.
Starting an instance to host a community is appealing to some people.
Starting an instance to do free IT for a distributed server farm of homogeneous instances seems like a hard sell.
My List of Alternatives to Big Tech Social Media Networks
It is not intended to be a list of everything that exists (there are hundreds and hundreds) but the on'e I'm using fairly actively still.
To me, this is just one example of the weakness of a browser monoculture: the malware authors can write one tool to extract data from an Electron app, Chrome, Brave, Opera, etc., because they all use the same browser engine so it's not much work to target all of them at once.
A couple of quick fixes for #Lagrange, mostly about text input:
The input widget was almost fully rewritten in v1.6 due to changes in text rendering and to better support long multi-line content. It's pretty complex code, so of course we also got many regressions.
Kremlinology and the motivational fallacy when blogging about Apple.: https://notes.baldurbjarnason.com/2021/07/28/kremlinology-and-the.html
food gone bad, gross
I guess I should put new potatoes on the shopping list
Techie, software developer, hobbyist photographer, sci-fi/fantasy & comics fan in the Los Angeles area. He/him.
The Wandering Shop is a Mastodon instance initially geared for the science fiction and fantasy community but open to anyone. We want our 'local' timeline to have the feel of a coffee shop at a good convention: tables full of friendly conversation on a wide variety of topics. We welcome everyone who wants to participate, so long as you're willing to abide by our code of conduct.