ullarah txt.quisquiliae.com
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🇦🇺 - Teaching digital literacy to Aussies of all ages and loving it. Always up for a chat whenever! Also trying to not to break Yarn.social instances!

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In-reply-to > online cialis canada

@mckinley@twtxt.net the following is a list of elements that directly render in a Yarn.social post. However using HTML tags in a post will make “many people very angry and is widely regarded as a bad move.” haha!

Since the HTML tags won’t render at all for CLI based clients.

p.AllowElements("a", "img", "strong", "em", "del", "p", "blockquote", "ul", "ol", "li", "pre", "code", "figure", "figcaption")


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In-reply-to > Anonymous Social Media App Yik Yak Exposed Users' Precise Locations An anonymous reader quotes a report from Motherboard: The anonymous message board app Yik Yak is designed in a way that it is possible to get the precise location of a user's post, and see users' unique IDs, potentially allowing someone to dox and stalk users, according to a researcher. Yik Yak is an anonymous social media network popular prim ... ⌘ Read more

@prologic@twtxt.net yeah anonymous, meaning you don’t know who has access to the data. You know, anonymous.


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In-reply-to > Oracle Java Popularity Sliding, Reports New Relic InfoWorld reports that "While still the industry's leading Java distribution, Oracle Java's popularity is half what it was just two years ago, according to a report from application monitoring company New Relic." (With the usual caveat that data from New Relic's report "was drawn entirely from applications reporting to New Relic in January 2022 and does not provide a glo ... ⌘ Read more

@prologic@twtxt.net I feel like the only real reason Java has stuck around these past 10 or so years is due to Minecraft which uses Java for both client and servers. Many aspects around Minecraft used (and still uses?) Java.

Although it looks like they may be steering away from Java now that it’s on consoles etc. But who knows.


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