-, uspol, death penalty's "new" methods 

@eloisa the USA!

-, uspol, death penalty's "new" methods 

@eloisa I actually had no idea they used those methods before you shared those links, shocking stuff

-, uspol, death penalty's "new" methods 

@eloisa I mean, when my life of crime finally catches up with me πŸ˜†

-, uspol, death penalty's "new" methods 

@eloisa Honestly I'd probably choose the firing squad over lethal injection, I've read some stuff about that recently that was just horrific.

-, uspol, death penalty's "new" methods 

@eloisa I guess not executing people didn't occur to them as an option

Made a few tweaks

portfolio.hyperlinkyourheart.c

Probably should also have mentioned in the last toot that this is based on concepts from my game "Just a Robot", which I have started working on again this month after a long hiatus.

gamejolt.com/games/just-a-robo

While you're boycotting Amazon today, consider quenching your spend-lust with a print of my fine pixeled arts instead (links to my shops in my profile)

free software, repost to public 

@elilla I don't know how to do that kind of feedback on the command-line, but I must learn because I always love it when I see it

tech, fish shell, question about learning 

@tobbsn @elilla @flop I too am intrigued about fish after hearing a lot of people talk about it recently. I only switched to zsh from bash recently and have found that a huge improvement, so I'm curious to see how much better things could be! Bash may be the norm now but it doesn't have to be that way forever

While you're boycotting Amazon today, consider quenching your spend-lust with a print of my fine pixeled arts instead (links to my shops in my profile)

@thor I actually just kill off all the biggest firefox processes in the OS so I don't have to figure out which tabs are eating my RAM. Then just reload them when I switch to those tabs and they are "crashed"

The "shitty technology adoption curve" describes the arc of oppressive technology: when you have a manifestly terrible idea, you can't ram it down the throats of rich, powerful people who get to say no. You have to find people whose complaints no one will listen to.

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Yesterday, Canadian Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains introduced the Digital Charter Implementation Act, which proposes a national privacy standard for Canada akin to Europe's GDPR.

cbc.ca/news/politics/privacy-b

The law is complex and will undergo many changes, but its two most salient features are:

I. The right to refuse to have your data collected and used; and

II. The right to have your data deleted if you change your mind.

With still penalties for companies that don't comply.

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