I've been looking for alternative social media for the past while, and came across two platforms: diaspora* and Mastodon. Both are designed to be decentralized social networks and are free software. Diaspora* I've been using diaspora* for just a little less than a year, and I have to say that I'm impressed. It borrows ideas... Continue Reading →
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For all those who are sick of advertising, tracking, and are looking for a alternative social media platform, I recommend Diaspora*. It's open source and decentralized. Head to diasp.org to sign up. And of you're not ready to completely migrate away, you can cross post to Facebook, Twitter, and WordPress!
Picture of 'GameShark Pro' Recently, I obtained a piece of hardware called the 'GameShark Pro' to back up Nintendo 64 games. It has a parallel port on back to communicate with the computer. But, the software it uses is outdated and proprietary. And only works with Windows 98. It took about two weeks to get... Continue Reading →