[-] dantheclamman@lemmy.world 9 points 2 days ago

I think this company is deeply and uniquely incompetent and will never deliver on its objectives.

[-] dantheclamman@lemmy.world 9 points 3 days ago

This might be the first stock I ever short.

[-] dantheclamman@lemmy.world 42 points 1 week ago

Yes, privacy and encryption are always the enemy of authoritarians. They enable dissent

[-] dantheclamman@lemmy.world 62 points 3 weeks ago

Edge is branding itself "The AI Browser". Chrome has plans to embed LLMs for text input. Opera, the browser which was commandeered from the original Vivaldi team and turned into a crypto/VPN gimmick browser, is of course among the hardest leaning into the LLM trend.

submitted 3 weeks ago* (last edited 3 weeks ago) by dantheclamman@lemmy.world to c/technology@lemmy.world

Not running the game's code on a biological computer (maybe that's next?) but showing the opening frame of the game rendered in bacteria is a good first step

[-] dantheclamman@lemmy.world 70 points 4 months ago

I care about anticompetitive behavior from tech companies

[-] dantheclamman@lemmy.world 96 points 4 months ago

Maybe the Pixel team didn't talk to the Maps team. Maybe they did and the maps team said they didn't care. Maybe everyone involved in all of these features has since left the company. With Google, who knows?

[-] dantheclamman@lemmy.world 36 points 4 months ago

I find it doubly hilarious because of the journalist's years-long quest to obtain the footage

[-] dantheclamman@lemmy.world 49 points 5 months ago* (last edited 5 months ago)

Desktop: Zotero, RStudio, Thunderbird, Sumatra PDF, Notepad++, NoMacs (image viewer), Espanso (text expander), qBittorrent, Inkscape

Android: FairEmail or K9 Mail, Authenticator Pro, Feeder, F-Droid, Pocket Casts, SD Maid

Multi-platform: Home Assistant, Wireguard, Syncthing, Jellyfin, Kodi, Samba, Firefox

Honorable mentions that don't have the best UX but are still hugely appreciated for existing: Joplin, QGIS

[-] dantheclamman@lemmy.world 36 points 5 months ago

A think a lot of people commute to work, take flights, have calendar appointments and reservations. Yet their new services are worse at helping me keep track of those things than something that came out years ago with simpler technology.

[-] dantheclamman@lemmy.world 52 points 5 months ago* (last edited 5 months ago)

I have a very similar story. I was the most Google centric person I know in 2014 and 2015. I grew disillusioned after they killed Inbox. I realized that tech doesn't always get better with time. Sometimes the money motive leads to tech actively getting worse for users

[-] dantheclamman@lemmy.world 53 points 6 months ago

Today I learned that people take it VERY PERSONALLY when you criticize their chosen browser. 😂

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