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TenorTheHusky

@TenorTheHusky@kbin.social

Just your average everyday asexual Christian furry

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But thanks be to God, that you who were once slaves of sin have become obedient from the heart to the standard of teaching to which you were committed, and, having been set free from sin, have become slaves of righteousness.

Romans 6:17‭-‬18

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Me and my platonic sub can confirm >:3

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We're both ace, so pretty much the things you'd expect, tying up or harnessing, teasing, etc. Just cuddles instead of anything sexual

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To add to this, if you have the storage then a solution like Macrium Reflect (or a FOSS alternative) is a great option too. I let my PC back itself up every morning before I wake up, then if something happens to it (virus, broken driver, bad install, etc.), I can just revert it to the state it was in earlier that morning using a recovery drive.

Windows Defender has also gotten pretty good over the past couple years - features like controlled folder access will protect sensitive data from ransomware (I just use it on my backup folder). The combination of the two has been plenty for me to deal with viruses or broken programs - I haven't had to run a clean install of Windows in 4 years.

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Good point - I usually keep two weeks of daily backups just in case

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Chromium and its forks actually all use WebKit as well: https://www.chromium.org/developers/design-documents/displaying-a-web-page-in-chrome/

WebKit: Rendering engine shared between Safari, Chromium, and all other WebKit-based browsers.

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Oh huh, TIL. I had always assumed they were all webkit just due to the amount of compatibility code I've had to implement in CSS with -webkit styles. It makes sense that a fork like Blink would be backwards compatible with those though

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Can't believe nobody's recommended NileRed/NileBlue yet. His videos are awesome

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DuckDuckGo can search using almost any search engine anonymously. Want to search Bing? !b query. Google? !g query. Scratch this, I remembered wrong what those do.
I do believe there's a setting to aggregate the top results from several different engines as the default search algorithm.

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Ah, you're right, my bad. I could have sworn I remembered a search syntax on ddg for searching different sites with an anonymous query - apparently ! operators are not it

[AMA] Hi, I’m /u/spez, CEO of Reddit, coming to you to talk about my recent acquisition of Lemmy and some upcoming changes. Ask me anything!

Thanks for joining me today! I’m here at the Reddit corporate parking lot, spot 269 (nice!), and being assisted today by Victoria all by myself because friends only tie down your ambitions....

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Idk wtf I just read but I can't stop laughing

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It seems Kbin's been having some hiccups serving magazines because I've had the same thing with 404 errors - it should work if you refresh a few times

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This seems to have been caused by a bug that affected Chromium-based browsers but not Firefox (which is what I use). I didn't catch it right away but it should be fixed now

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Hey, just a heads-up, since Exploding Heads is a lemmy instance, it actually should be included as long as it's indexed by Google :)

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I would guess that it is the cloudflare protection, since that will have prevented crawlers from indexing the site while it was enabled.

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Will do o7

Edit: It seems Brave doesn't support chaining site specifiers, so my current method won't work with their search

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I'm hoping to expand the project to hopefully be a bit more robust - I'll definitely keep this on my radar

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Each one has its upsides and downsides. Kbin's search is more convenient for certain use cases, but it suffers from the same problem as Reddit's search - it always sorts by new no matter what. In addition, it can only index instances with which kbin has federated. FediSearch should in theory index every instance, regardless of federation status, and do so in such a way that the most useful posts show first (assuming Google does its job).

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I will absolutely check this out, thanks for the suggestion!

Edit: I can't get searx working at all for me, but I went ahead and implemented whoogle support

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Y'know I was originally pretty upset about everything with Reddit but since I found the amazing community here (and nuked my Reddit account so I'm watching from the sidelines), I can't help but find all this hilarious. Went from upsetting API changes to the John Oliver invasion in a few days and I'm all here for it.

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