Then we start to drive cars, in which we need sophiscated safety systems to save us from crashes yet we still have thousands of death each year. Then we take planes and, well if a plane hits something it will almost certainly be deadly.
Sometimes I feel that it is almost like technologies has made us slaves, not the other way around. The very things that gave us this modern world are also our biggest threats, and no one knows whether we are truly ready for them.
I have been thinking about this for a while that, human bodies are severely outmoded for a while. We are not evolving fast enough to catch up with our technology and our body becomes more and more inefficient.
Take our physical strength as an example. At first we run, and if we stumble our bodies can naturally handle that. Then we ride horses, and if a horse stumbles on something then rider will probably get hurt but will still have a large chance of survive.
Someone reported 996.icu cannot be posted with Twitter for Android on LineageOS from China.
So one of 1) the transmission is unencrypted or 2) Twitter blocked the link or 3) the phone can do this on hardware level or 4) gfw somehow did an MITM must be true.
Don't know which one is worse…all looks bad to me.
We consider AMP an attempt by Google to take control over the web. Now they want to control your inbox too. Email is not an app platform or ad platform, it is a communication medium. We have no plans currently to support this and it means that you will receive just normal emails as usual. The best way to stop email from being colonized by Google is to use privacy-conscious alternatives and tell others to do the same. 😉
When I first saw this on Twitter I thought it was a troll. I just can't believe this actually happened.
Until I saw the same news on CNN.
This is 'amazing'…I don't even know what words I should use to describe this.
"I shouldn't be alive...unless it was for a reason. I'm not crazy, Pepper. I just finally know what I have to do. And I know in my heart, that it's right."
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