EXPOSED! cellphones - which, what & how for privacy
One of the questions I am getting asked a lot is: "what cellphone can I use and still be private? I could use Apple, right?"
In an Orwellian world, the best you can do is not using a cellphone at all. No kidding, you're basically bringing an ankle monitor along with you wherever you go. Apple and Google tracking you, every step of your way. But if that wasn't bad enough, they're then sharing and selling your data.
Episode 29: Building Blocks for User Freedom https://fossandcrafts.org/episodes/29-building-blocks-for-user-freedom.html
Beyond mere toys, we talk about building blocks as a lens for user empowerment up and down technical and crafting stacks!
This is a recording from our talk at ÖzgürKon. Thank you for having us!
People should never be edge cases.
If your system fails because a person cannot hear sounds, your system is broken. If it fails because a person has no address, it’s broken. If it fails because their phone number comes from another country, it’s broken. If it fails because of all the reasons above, it’s still broken.
Edge cases happen, but human beings don’t deserve to find themselves in one.
Looking for people who regularly use screen readers to browse the web.
A dev version of #keyoxide  currently has 100% #accessibility score by #lighthouse  and 0 errors according to WAVE  but still I'd hope to receive some real-world feedback and ensure what I develop can truly be used by all.
One of my favorite scientific figures is this one of the entropy levels of 100 world cities by the orientation of streets. The cities with most ordered streets: Chicago, Miami, & Minneapolis. Most disordered: Charlotte, Sao Paulo, Rome & Singapore. Paper: https://appliednetsci.springeropen.com/articles/10.1007/s41109-019-0189-1
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