Raven

Raven wrote

This. I recently installed Lubuntu on my sibling's 20 years old desktop. Used to run XP, upgraded to 7, then 10 but no graphical support so I started to sneak in Linux. We've gone through 5 different distros until we settled in Lubuntu. My sib only uses it for Youtube so I upgraded the RAM and SSD, that was it for the desktop.

2

Raven wrote

I was in prison at the time and around the time when it happened, and we just have a riot, prison was under lockdown. They purposely kept us in the dark because they prevent us from having another riot due to panic. We didn't know about 9/11 until about a week later when news leaked in from family visitors. Hearing that shocking news from the outside world really dawned on me. But 18 years later, I became indifferent to American tragedy. I only know the more tragic America made it seem to be, the worse it would be for the world.

3

Raven wrote

By random stranger who may witnessed the death:

Final resting place of the scum of the earth, loser and mischievian. Police couldn't put this person down they had to use slugs. Their family won't be missing this person. May their soul be finally free. RIP.

3

Raven wrote

It does. Our house is a mini commune, 10 people lives here and occasionally open to relatives or friends who need couch surfing. We grow foods, have chicken coops, do potlucks in the hood, and me, my cousin and my dad fix neighbor's stuff.

3

Reply to comment by Raven in Friday Free Talk by Alex

Raven wrote

No problem at all, sorry for my wording. What I mean is that you totally deserve the disability support, I was under assumption that you hesitated about it. My apology.

2

Reply to comment by Raven in Friday Free Talk by Alex

Raven wrote

There is no shame in faking disability support, you need it. My aunt wasn't supposed to be on mental disability but she faked it anyway, did it so well as a schizo and got monthly $800 and a public housing place to live. She also worked under the table to get extra cash.

4

Raven wrote

Briar, because it's actively maintained by Guardian Project, same folks who developed Tox and OrBot. Serval has a lot of cool concepts, and modular enough to be implemented into mesh device, however it is not actively updated.

Briar is more than just a comm app, it can be used for file sharing, blogging and forum discussion. It's a hybrid of IM app aims to replace Signal, and also serve as mesh net app. It uses encryption and Tor to protect comm. Briar is also audited by security researcher.

2