Confession I voted twice by saying I also live at 123 gummy bear lane, sweetstown PA
25-75% of internet traffic is adverts. Which is between 12 and 159 Mt of CO2.
it's almost funny how many states my lib friends were like "it's blue! it's leaning blue! CNN is SAYING IT'S BLUE" and I'm like bugs bunny chewing a carrot nonchalantly, speaking with my mouth full "Nah. Not a chance." and then the state flips red. like literally NO conceptualization of the country at large in the lib bubble whatsoever.
hedges is hyper articulate and aware and I support this kind of content https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vpkz6GMsJ1g
The artist behind this clearly misses the World Wide Web even more than I do.
libs retweeting AOC and strategizing what fast food restaurants they need to boycott to get Biden to do anything whatsoever meanwhile https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aOTiLJCyYmc
Like when I see how videogames are sold and used now (vs using carts when I was a kid) the privacy is just obliterated. Did a similar thing happen for monitors which I’m sure now probably have much more capabilities
As someone who stopped buying TVs with the advent of flat screen and smart tv, and who basically never uses a desktop, do I need to worry about privacy for a standard computer monitor needed for working from home? In terms of audio/visual spying and transferring contents between any computers that may end up connected to it
ELECTRIC GLOWING SURF: a neon, buzzing phenomenon that can occur when many electronic, memory-filled devices come into close contact, especially in heavily polluted waters. See also Tamagotchi, CD-RW, VHS, VirtualBoy, Keytar