Mastotip: If you tag person x in a DM with person y, both x and y will be able to see what you said. A common workaround is to put spaces between the @ sign and the username (I.e. @ sandrockcstm @ orbitalstation.one).

This is really key if you are discussing a moderation related issue with an admin, say if person x is harassing you. If you tag that person you can inadvertently get them to see the conversation. This is not clear from the UI and a common trap for new users.

The website of Misskey is stupidly pretty, holy shit. Parallax, mostly SVGs, runs nicely...woah.

mein hobby ist es domains zu kaufen und dann niemals zu nutzen weil ich vergessen habe wofür ich sie haben wollte

Since this did such numbers on birdsite:

Five or so years ago I was working on the BBC's developer portal at developer.bbc.com and I was asked to replace the terrible fake code on the laptop screen in the stock photo. As an easter egg, if you click on the laptop screen then you can change it too.

damb some people really do think its fine to harass others just because of how they do programming

the software people really are not okay

Client-side Certificate Authentication is pretty cool.

Twitterkommunisten geben jeden Monat vierstellige Beträge bei Amazon aus

twidere is a cool twitter/mastodon client
You can even dual-post

I finally stopped being lazy and implemented a proper full-text search engine for my CDN using MeiliSearch

how tf is it that fast, I seriously don't get it, it returns results in under 5 milliseconds

redet nicht mit mir wenn euer trustfaktor über gelb ist

RT @ProZion24@twitter.com

Trustfaktor Blutrot ist der drip

🐦🔗: twitter.com/ProZion24/status/1

RT @torproject@twitter.com

Privacy isn't about hiding bad things. It's about protecting what makes us humans: our day-to-day behavior, our personality, our fears, our relationships, and our vulnerabilities. Everyone deserves privacy online.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/torproject/status/

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