Ordered myself a new pair of Puma’s. Haven’t worn that brand since freshmen year of college I think.

Polished off a box of Tagalongs in about half a day. 🍪🍪🍪

I love it that American Airlines wants to charge me $1,100 to upgrade to first class, while Delta, on basically the same route, only wants $61. ✈️

I’ll probably end up getting whatever the new cheapest iPhone is to replace my aging 7. Still evaluating basic phone options when I’m going somewhere where I definitely don’t need a smart phone.

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“It was the intelligence coup of the century,” the CIA report concludes. “Foreign governments were paying good money to the U.S. and West Germany for the privilege of having their most secret communications read by at least two (and possibly as many as five or six) foreign countries.”


@th that’s a great looking bike! If you don’t mind me asking, what kind is it?

Services from Google and Facebook may appear to be "free", but there's a greater cost: your personal data and privacy. Thanks to BBC News for recommending ProtonMail as an Gmail alternative which protects your personal information & respects your privacy. bbc.com/news/business-50460712

From HN discussion - "This is why I use ad blockers and a pi-hole server" (news.ycombinator.com/item?id=2)

This is GDPR in action. Wow.

Had a VHS tape converted to a DVD. Now I need to find a DVD player....

📼 ➡️ 💽 ➡️ Profit????

🚀 We're happy to be the first #VPN provider to #opensource apps on all platforms and undergo an independent security audit. Transparency, ethics, and #security are at the core of the Internet we want to build. protonvpn.com/blog/open-source

Really enjoyed seeing “1917” 👍👍🎥

Hey websteronline.com, two things are wrong in this picture. #1 I'm using Firefox 72, not 68.0, #2 I'm pretty sure 72 > 52

I do like the idea of having a phone that can just make calls and text, but also tether a laptop. I would definitely use that feature during my commute.

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plock.net part deux