NEOalquimista

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NEOalquimista wrote

Before Rosetta Stone, we had Livemocha.com, where all courses were free, and you could interact with people freely like a social network. I was learning mandarim so I made a friend from China. It was very cool there...

Until Rosetta Stone bought Livemocha and made most content unavailable unless you paid for a premium account. It was a total disaster, of course, so Livemocha died. Fuck Rosetta Stone.

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NEOalquimista wrote (edited )

Devuan 2.0 ASCII uses SysVinit and is pretty much a Debian Stretch install without systemd, using Xfce with a purple theme by default. I'm currently a translator of the Devuan wiki. They're very nice people. I used Devuan for a while, but couldn't get used to it. Nothing was wrong with it, it's just that I chose an Ubuntu variant because it's faster to setup.

By the way, I even ran my Tor relay on Devuan without problems. It's just one or two things that are done differently because of the absence of systemd.

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NEOalquimista wrote (edited )

I'm almost done cutting a stencil for tonight's graffiti. It says "give a man a gun and he can rob a bank, give a man a bank and he can rob the world" along with an image of a bourgeois fat man running with a bag of money. What better place to paint this than a BANK (: There are cameras on the way and on the bank, but i'll cover my face and do it quick.

Here it is: https://raddle.me/f/graffiti/30889/happy-may-day-comrades

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NEOalquimista wrote

I plan to take photos of them on the street. But let me show you my current project as I prepare it at home: http://coinsh.red/p/graff.jpg That's Marielle Franco, the human rights defender killed by militia in Rio a month ago. She became the face of the Brazilian antifascist movement. So I plan to spread her face all around the city with that message that translates to "I'd rather die standing than to live on my knees". I use pink for her image, blue for the message. Wish me luck (: By the way, good job with Konsent so far.