I want to share a file w password, to someone w/o an account on my server. I used to use Apache htaccess AuthUserFile for this, but that's gross. Open source file sharing systems (Nextcloud, Seafile, Pydio) require a server account to share, else the file is open to public internet.
I was looking, and found LinShare - seems to work! https://www.linshare.org (Also found ProjectSend but it doesn't seem as straightforward.)
I've had it up to HERE with the frickin WINDOW BLINDS companies and how they're HURTING LAW ENFORCEMENT. Don't they have any concern with the SAFETY of the AMERICAN PEOPLE?
`repo init -u https://android.googlesource.com/mirror/manifest --mirror ; repo sync` aka what am i doing with my life
Every time I use masto, I'm reminded hey! this is based on that other harmful thing without reconsidering the impacts of that design before mass adoption!
this isn't a critique of masto specifically, i ran a statusnet instance a long time ago, same deal
the way a chrono feed misappropriates attention feels disheartening
Just watched #TheGreatHack on #Netflix. What I appreciated about this #documentary on #Facebook and the whole #CambridgeAnalytica scandal, is that it's one of the few #privacy #documentaries to get that protecting personal data isn't just about not seeing personalized ads for stuff you're more likely to want. It's about protecting ourselves from mass psychological manipulation and behavior modification techniques. These are techniques that actually work *best* when people believe they don't.
@bastardlesbian i uh, huh, wow you're not wrong
this has basically been my mental soundtrack on loop for like a few weeks now?
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