so i can get through with iodine, just not in raw mode. better than nothing at all i guess

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nice. internet connection has been dead all day long.

turns out vodafone is blocking everything except for dns traffic

still not as bad as cleaning the bathroom when i moved in. the previous tenants, a family of four, had never cleaned it. not even once. there was moss growing on the window. some of the grime and hard water stains have just fused with the surfaces they’re on by now, impossible to get off. at least the landlord is going to get the entire thing rebuilt… eventually.

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our kitchen looked like something out of a junji itō manga

glad that’s finally dealt with

feel like if i don’t do it now i won’t have the energy for another 6 months

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furiously cleaning the entire apartment in the middle of the night

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google, privacy, e-mail, from :birdsite: 

Google started editing people's e-mails in GSuite, replacing links with a link through google.com:
mobile.twitter.com/sneakdotber
twitter.com/tblodt/status/1317

This means that Google will track a click on a link *in e-mail* even if you're using an external client.

I am *guessing* this is under the pretext of phishing protection, but it actually *creates* additional phishing risk for text-only clients, since now all links are google.com links.

#FuckGoogle #privacy

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'Cause privacy is my middle name
My last name is control

Janet Jackson, "Nasty", 1986 album "Control," a series of treatises on info tech: interoperability ("He Doesn't Know I'm Alive"), data migration ("You Can Be Mine"), rate limiting ("Let's Wait A While"), and resource allocation ("When I Think of You").

She would revisit info tech in her 2001 album "All for You", featuring songs about availability ("Come On Get Up"), app marketing ("China Love"), and Bitcoin ("Doesn't Really Matter").

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