I'm not trying to defend "edgy meme culture," but people (especially zoomers and young millennials) thinking 9/11 is funny is just the natural consequence of telling us OVER AND OVER that it's the "worst thing to ever happen on American soil" while COVID, mass shootings, lack of healthcare and climate change have killed a 9/11's worth of people 1000 times over and no one cares
It's tragedy porn used to justify our police state
@PetitPas ok j'essaie donc imagine que ta lampe elle a besoin de COOKIES pour éclairer.
Les cookies ils sont apportés par des qui passent dans le circuit électrique. Le nombre de blob cats c'est le courant ou l'intensité, exprimée en ampère.
Chaque blob cat apporte des cookies d'une certaine taille, la taille des cookies est mesurée en volts.
La lampe pour éclairer elle va donc manger tous les cookies donc volts fois ampère, et ça va donner une puissance en watt.
Désolée ça aide surement pas mais OM NOM NOM NOM NOM NOM
Google have recently made updates to Chrome to opt users into certain types of tracking.
This has widely been hailed as deeply unethical, but personally I believe there are potential benefits to their decision to make this change, that overall will benefit users and help work towards solidifying the ethos of an open web.
I've written a blog post on how I've come to this conclusion, and what I think it means for the direction things could take.
Check out the FOSS and infosec blog in my bio!
I hope I don’t need to say this is a jest, but also now I’m wondering. Is there data on this by now? Like, is there a 2x2 table of “solo vs carpool” and “physical buttons vs touch screen in car” showing the likelihood of dying in a car accident?
It probably wouldn’t be statistically significant, since nobody is actually capable of driving safely
Touch screens in cars are actually great. If it’s unsafe for the driver to operate the air conditioning while driving, it encourages carpooling.
My point is that car companies are obviously putting touch screens in cars in a conspiracy to encourage a lifestyle shift that will have a mildly positive impact on the climate.
Mozilla's new report on the data privacy of modern cars is nightmare fuel. Enshittification has definitely hit the car industry: https://foundation.mozilla.org/en/privacynotincluded/articles/its-official-cars-are-the-worst-product-category-we-have-ever-reviewed-for-privacy/
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