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Mostly harmless, writes about tech and video games, probably loves the original Game Boy a bit too much, highly addicted to coffee.
@unixb0y I remember when Apple got a lot of flak for having an on-device database of cell towers and WiFi networks (if memory serves), that could be used to track someone’s movements, or rather the phone’s movements.Was back in 2010, I think.
@schmidt_fu Ah, I recognize that line of thinking. Many things are hard to grasp for us humans.
@33MHz Interesting! Have seen the Raspberry Pi be used for a lot of things, but that’s new to me.
@33MHz Cool stuff! What’s cooking on the Pi?
@schmidt_fu I welcome the day! Much rather have that than the opposite.
Letting the kids watch as many documentaries as they want, because I’m weird in that way.
@der_Jeff DuckDuckGo: no help for you!!
@33MHz I’ll take a look and see what I can do.
@jaminguy Could be my imagination, but it feels like it’s moving even more smoothly now. @jeremycherfas
Oooh, brand new version of @riposte available and installed!
@33MHz One of the increasing amount of reasons why I’m going to abandon Pocket as soon as I’m able.
@morrick Guess If I was very tempted to go close to the phone stores with the overly aggressive sales people when I had the HP Prē 3 as my daily driver!
@larand As I suspected!
@larand I’d love to see you try to use my iPhone SE, in that case.
@morrick That’s when you whip out a Windows Mobile device or a webOS device.
@jws You and me both!
@jws He makes an interesting point. Well, several, actually.
@unixb0y Very true. Dunno where to put them though. Small hands tend to locate the precious stuff unless it’s under lock and key, as it were.
Does you remove this post?