Trying the latest alpha of @bleakgrey's Tootle, this is really starting to come together 🤩
😷 Some really neat web interactions and animations on this site:
An Explorable Essay on How Masks Can End COVID-19
given the recent despair around open source and the disaster unfolding at Mozilla, it's time to bring this blog post around again
#CampJTD invites Mayor Kenney to brunch, and asks everyone to share this and tag him across social media.
Politics, Inciting Voter Fraud in my home state of NC
"Trump tells North Carolina voters to vote twice"
"Please commit a felony risking 5 years in prison and $10k fine in order to give me a reason to later call this election a sham"
Well, that's one way to undermine an election and prepare disputing it after the fact.
Never mind the fact that his own legal team in federal court admitted they had no evidence of mail in voting fraud, mass-scale or otherwise.
"in the 10+ years since the feature was added, we now find that half of the DNS root server traffic is very likely due to Chromium’s probes. That equates to about 60 billion queries to the root server system on a typical day."
This is absolutely bonkers.
For anyone intrigued by Pale Moon, I must reiterate that it is a hobbyist project that cannot be considered secure by modern standards. The insane complexity of the modern web cannot be navigated safely without the support of large orgs like Google, Apple, and (for now) Mozilla.
I believe that Firefox eliminating first-class support for RSS/Atom was a blow to the open web, one of many small steps that resulted in the walled gardens of today. It is a trend that we must reverse, and we need universal support for open standards like RSS/Atom and ActivityPub
When you view the feed, instead of gobbledygook you see a pleasantly designed human-readable preview of what the feed might look like in a feed reader. There is an option to subscribe to the feed either within Pale Moon (with Live Bookmarks) or with an external program.
Pale Moon, just like the Firefox of yore, displays a feed icon in the address bar when you arrive on a page with feeds. Clicking this icon will take you directly to the feed, if there is only one, or allow you to select from multiple feeds.
Welcome to the first mastodon based community for Philadelphians who ❤️Philadelphia! Think of this instance as a new neighborhood in Philly that anyone can be a part of, because it's online.