Is there perhaps a way to easily create bot accounts that mirror twitter accounts to the fediverse?
I'm seriously considering leaving Twitter for good. If only there wasn't still so many interesting people to follow.
At least there's still tweetdeck, which shows tweets chronologically.
If I had to use the main site with its bullshit, black-box algorithmic sequence of tweets I would probably have already left.
You guys... turns out `git show` already does show the last commit diff.
Please ignore my previous commit!
Remember in 2011 when Bitcoin was $10, one of the only things you could buy were alpaca wool socks, and everyone was getting socks for the novelty of using cryptocurrency?
Has anyone checked in on the alpaca people? Like what happens after unexpectedly making 100MM on socks?
I love the design of the new Tesla Cybertruck. Looks friggen awesome. If #synthwave was a car, this is what it would look like.
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Can you pick up a 40-ton truck with 2,000 drones?
Credit to @ScaniaGroup@twitter.com
The top 10% own 90% of stocks.
Fed cuts rates & adds massive liquidity.
Stocks rally 30% as a result.
Fed: Wealth inequality keeps widening and we just don’t know why.
@PrivacyMatters@twitter.com FB on accessing sensitive Android app permissions:
"we are seeing complaints among our beta testers regarding the new permissions, in particular the read_SMS permission, and are working to develop reactive messaging and figure out ways to minimize such complaints going forward"
@PrivacyMatters@twitter.com In 2013, FB considered to partner with a firm who provides "credit verification and scoring services", "sees 90% of credit card transactions in the US" + "buys the anonymized, user level transaction data directly from the banks and then works with Epsilon to re-identity the data"
Very interesting stuff in the leaked Facebook documents, indeed.
For example, Facebook did actually analyze "call log data (e.g. duration/frequency/recency of incoming/outgoing calls/texts)" and use it for friend suggestions.
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