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Bruja @gaba@systerserver.town

This last 2 weeks I got trapped in the "Travelers" serie. I do not watch tv so much but that one was interesting on AI taking over the world. I'm with the faction reasoning here :)

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The Tor onion is about to embark on a trip around the world 🌎🌍🌏

If we raise $5,000 in 24 hours tomorrow, we will release a surprise 🎁

The 24 hour challenge begins Thursday at 12:00am EST (05:00 UTC)! #OnionTravels torproject.org/donate/donate-s

vigilancia estatal y protección de derechos humanos en varios lugares en latinoamerica necessaryandproportionate.org/

ok people, not surprising but I just realize I know a LOT about software development

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"self-accountability is the buliding block for accountability in a community" vimeo.com/291929245

we need people that disagree and give other perspectives. we need people that can feel safe to be in the role of bringing up challenge to our assumptions

"Respect dissent and antagonism; they are the extra spice you need to ideate and iterate effectively." from Luisa at poynter.org/reporting-editing/

waiting on the gate that is boarding a plane to west palm beach and I'm so happy I'm not going to west palm beach

ok people, EVERYBODY has opinions and can think. If somebody is not saying something is not because lack of thoughts BUT safety and inclusion and space for expression

"Yep, that’s right. Putting on some long, red garment and a fancy white hat does not suddenly make the struggle of being both black and female yours, but that is exactly what Atwood has been allowed to get away with for this long." theroot.com/the-black-woman-s-

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"Most modern browsers... have vulnerabilities that allow hosts of malicious websites to extract hundreds to thousands of URLs in a user’s web history, per new research from the University of California San Diego...

The only browser that was immune to the attacks was Tor Browser"

Yup, sounds about right.
motherboard.vice.com/en_us/art

first time i hear the phrase "diversity trend" 😱

la gente necesita que alguien la escuche