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Dear Mozilla: How To Not Die

"Mozilla's Epic Future, Post-layoffs", by yours truly

@dick_turpin @aadil Brave is a really good FLOSS browser, just try it out for a week or two. It has some very good defaults, I use only a few extensions. Adblocking is default, and you can turn on noscript type thing, plus it has built in Tor. I don't use BAT, you can turn it off. Brave is also fast, and uses sensible amount of memory (unlike Firefox or Chrome). And I also like the separate profiles, and how easy it is to use.

This is just my opinion after using it for many months.

I bet if I write "tildelinux coming soon" on here I'll stop procrastinating on it

In other news has WordPress installed. It's not going to be personal site, more portal style site. I will focus on news from cyberspace, tutorials, privacy, maybe some hardware reviews.

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Dear Mozilla: How To Not Die

"Mozilla's Epic Future, Post-layoffs", by yours truly


"Securely and anonymously share files of any size. A web server is started, making OnionShare accessible as a Tor Onion Service, potentially temporarily or in a stealthy manner, over the Internet. An unguessable address is generated and is shared for the recipient to open in the Tor Browser to download the files. No separate server or third party file-sharing service required. You host the files on your own computer."

#tor #filesharing #cyberlocker #hosting

There's a GUI, but the CLI is so good, just `onionshare somestuff.bin` and you get a temporary onion service serving a static password protected website with the file made available. By default once the file has been downloaded, everything shuts down.

@kensanata check this out! It was designed by tomasino or tiwesdaeg, unfortunately I can't remember which. At @solderpunk's request.

cc @tomasino

Do we have a directory of Fediverse podcasters? Maybe we should start one? If there is not, add yourself here:

masto instance for the tildeverse