@bonzoesc eBay probably uses the additional interaction to fingerprint you. (joking. kind of)
@bonzoesc My guess is that they have different login flows, depending on the user. Single sign-on redirecting to a third party login page, for example. It's annoying for folks with passwords, but I also suspect it works more consistently than asking users that use SSO to click a different button, which I feel like was the old paradigm.
Possible solution: get rid of passwords. Use an email with a login link, webauthn, or SSO. The initial form field just has email, but webauthn is fast at least.
@anna I'm pretty happy with it. I've also got one of these thumb roller style mice which I liked when I was younger, but it irritates my thumb these days.
I've never tried the ones with the big ball though.
@anna I prefer handshake-style ergonomic mice. This is my current favorite: https://www.logitech.com/en-us/product/mx-vertical-ergonomic-mouse. It's comfortable of course, and I appreciate that it can be used wired, with the included dongle, or with Bluetooth.
It's rechargeable, but they say the battery is accessible via screws for recycling so I'm hopeful that I could replace it when the battery dies someday (and if not, at least I could still use it with the USB cable).
If passed, this bill could fulfill a long-standing dream of U.S. law enforcement: the end of private, encrypted messaging on the Internet. https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2020/03/earn-it-bill-new-path-doj-finally-break-encryption
@annika My server was getting bombarded as well. I patched it to add timeouts which kept it from going down (since I was exposing gitea directly without a reverse proxy). After 1.11 I didn't want to figure out how to add the timeouts without messing up the graceful restart changes so I just put it behind nginx and it's stable at least.
There is no evidence that surveilling students will lead to better safety outcomes. Instead, the few studies that exist show that visible surveillance decreases students’ perceptions of safety, equity, and support. https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2020/02/schools-are-pushing-boundaries-surveillance-technologies
@liaizon No, I'm sure that's fine. It's been a while, but I think I just set mine up with grub as the default for convenience.
If I remember right efibootmgr only has macOS selected after an upgrade. So I think you could use it to set macOS as the first option and Ubuntu as the second option and then it _should_ show up when you hold down the option key, but boot into macOS by default.
@liaizon (there's a lot more info there, but you should only have to worry about changing the boot order)
@liaizon Pretty much every time I update macOS the boot order gets reset. If you boot into a live USB you can use efibootmgr to change the boot order making Ubuntu boot before macOS.
This seems to be a pretty good overview of how to use efibootmgr: https://www.linuxbabe.com/command-line/how-to-use-linux-efibootmgr-examples.
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@bonzoesc This looks pretty cool!
There are many forest fires in Mexico at the moment, which is why Mexico City is in a pollution contingency plan. The fires are concentrated in avocado-growing regions: people are illegally burning down forest to turn it into avocado monocultures, and taking advantage of a loophole in land-use laws: https://www.sinembargo.mx/16-05-2019/3581975
The article says those avocados get exported to Japan, Canada, and Europe.
So if you live there, maybe try to eat something else?
@annika That would be really disappointing since online bill pay is pretty standard. I hadn't used paper checks for years even before switching to Simple.
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