Saving of public Google+ content at the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine by the Archive Team has begun
TL;DR: Most public Google+ content should live on at the Internet Archive thanks to a fanatical bunch of volunteers, and you can help.
Rather more at the link 😃
Not sure if most Mastodon website users know this but you can create custom columns in Mastodon with just a selection of the people you follow. The feature is called Lists. To access click on the three horizontal bars with tooltip text 'Getting Started'. Then click on Lists and add just the people you want. You can create multiple lists if needed. I know some people read the manual but others don't. You can also see all your favourited items in one place
#Lists #Mastodon #GettingStarted #Group
Google is trying to pull a fast one.
I manage mail for several domains which have existed for years. Each one has perfect SPF, DKIM, DMARC etc., and none are blacklisted anywhere.
Yet suddenly in the last two weeks all of them are getting mails bounced by Gmail. To "solve" this problem Google want me to register the domains at their postmaster site.
This whole situation has a whiff reminiscent of Mallaig harbour.
This was kinda interesting:
RSAC 2019: TLS Markets Flourish on the Dark Web | Threatpost
Damn, selling authentic extended calid certs with duns? Total Inside job imo.
We're safe because we use digicert ev!
I am actually really happy that I have a feed here on #mastodon that I really like and enjoy
Fifty years of Unix - FOSDEM 2019 https://video.selea.se/videos/watch/cf96401d-aea7-4c04-a1b5-672c4ff70e47
If you want interesting news articles about the Fediverse, you ought to follow the WeDistribute blog:
It's written by alternative social media veteran @sean
WeDistribute runs on a combination of Wordpress and the Pterotype plugin (which adds Fediverse compatibility to Wordpress sites).
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