Joe Gregorio | Stream

20 months ago

I might need to copy this recipe over.

Shared album - Joe Gregorio (jcgregorio) - Google Photos

20 months ago

SIM swap horror story: I've lost decades of data and Google won't lift a finger | ZDNet

We just went through this with my son on AT&T. They were able to hijack his SIM twice. At the very least switch to just using a security key and never used phone based 2FA, which is what we’ve now done for everyone in the family.

SIM swap horror story: I’ve lost decades of data and Google won’t lift a finger | ZDNet

20 months ago

k3os

k3os looks fascinating. I’ve got a lab of over 100 RPis and anything that would make them easier to manage piques my interest.

20 months ago

One final test to Ryan Barrett on Mastodon.

Ryan Barrett: “more testing. hi @beesbuzz.biz@beesbuzz.biz @real…” - Mastodon for Tech Folks

One final test.

20 months ago

Can we cross over to Fosstodon?

I am also at https://fosstodon.org/@jcgregorio, so does this reply show up?

It turns out my reading comprehension is weak, I didn’t see “including query parameters”. D’oh.

Also, so is having a valid h-card on the front page, which I now have: https://hcard.geekhood.net/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fstream.bitworking.org%2F#result and make sure fed.brid.gy can use it by visiting https://fed.brid.gy/.well-known/webfinger?resource=stream.bitworking.org@stream.bitworking.org

20 months ago

MIB: International

MIB: International was a fun movie, and Kumail Nanjiani was the best part of it.

20 months ago

Testing fed.brid.gy connections to the fediverse from Stream.

Ryan Barrett: “Working on connecting Mastodon with the #IndieWeb…” - Mastodon for Tech Folks. Updated again.

20 months ago

Stream

Stream is my latest project, a PWA that supports the Web Share Target API, built in Go and running on Google Cloud Run.

20 months ago

justsaysinmice is my favorite Twitter account

Hyped-up science is a problem. One clever Twitter account is pushing back. - Voxclockmenumore-arrownoyesvox-mark

20 months ago

Adversarial Interoperability: Reviving an Elegant Weapon From a More Civilized Age to Slay Today's Monopolies

“Today, consumers and toolsmiths confront a thicket of laws and rules that stand between them and technological self-determination. To change that, we need to reform the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, Section 1201 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, , patent law, and other rules and laws. Adversarial interoperability is in the history of every tech giant that rules today, and if it was good enough for them in the past, it’s good enough for the companies that will topple them in the future.”

https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2019/06/adversarial-interoperability-reviving-elegant-weapon-more-civilized-age-slay

20 months ago

A new post

Testing webmentions, ala https://indieweb.org/Webmention.

Can we do cross references to ourself? https://stream.bitworking.org/entry/6329212c30f50a7f832155edb21d3e1d

20 months ago

Second post.

Also testing webmentions: https://bitworking.org/about

21 months ago

First post

This is my first stream post.