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A game called Emulator where you're playing as an Emu in the Great Emu War

Commentary about whites supremacists, mass murder Show more

Prof Danielle Mazza and Prof Charlotte Hespe on changes to the NSW abortion bill and potential implications bit.ly/2ZYDr2k

Canva had a data breach. Why don’t these clowns take password security seriously?

Indigenous people!

Please share this and reply and be my friend! Let's create a community on here where we know we have someone who gets it!

I'll start, I'm Ojibwe. Raised away from the tribe, but am a full member now as an adult.

(If not indigenous, please still share, I wanna reach others)

It’s fascinating how people can learn exactly the wrong lesson from events–and when you start to regard yourself as a galaxy brain, you’re almost certainly not theguardian.com/australia-news

It still sort of amazes me that Ravelry and single-person-run fediverse instances have taken a stronger stance against hate speech and white supremacy than billion dollar media conglomerates. I know that’s not a bug, it’s their feature, but still.

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Today I poked my nose into the Patreon Discord and saw a guy asking for advice on how to grow his paying audience for his YouTube channel wherein he putters about with a metal detector.

Apparently he is not the only person to do this. Apparently the people making the most money doing this are buxom ladies.

At long last. I feel Future Shock.

How do you go from directing The Wackness to making Long Shot? That is perverse.

Last month, Kazakhstan attempted to break encrypted web traffic by asking citizens to install bad root certificates on their devices. Now the authorities say it was all just a "test." We've updated our article on the matter with the latest info: protonmail.com/blog/kazakhstan

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social.coop

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