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  1. Yesterday
  2. That's exactly what I thought! Here's a short gameplay video: I love all the dumb dialogue options you can choose in your conversations with the game's NPCs. This gonna be a fun game!
  3. Check out this short clip of Sarah Kendzior speaking truths about real journalism and hitting back at "alternative" news sites like Breitbart.

  4. Last week
  5. There's gotta be more to life than this?
  6. Check out this announcement trailer for The Outer Worlds, a new single-player first-person sci-fi RPG from the original creators of Fallout and Fallout New Vegas. This looks like a really fun game! I wonder if it'll come to Xbox Game Pass now that Microsoft owns the game studio?
  7. While Donald Trump works to distract the public, his administration is working to dismantle every aspect of government that benefits the people - and ultimately destroying the prospects for human existence. Watch and listen to Noam Chomsky: Trump is a distraction, the Republican party is the most dangerous organization in human history.

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  8. Facebook "purposefully designed a product intended to get users to share as much  data as possible about themselves, and then worked to leverage that data to work with as many advertisers as possible"

    1. Sanjo

      Sanjo

      ...and that's why I don't have a Facebook account. 😉

  9. Happy Birthday, Noam Chomsky!

  10. Earlier
  11. If Redly doesn't replace Facebook, Holonis might.

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    Patriarch of Bush dynasty and 41st president remembered for steady hand during Soviet collapse

    Good riddance!

  13. Simon

    Who are we?

    In light of everything crazy going on in the world today, "Who are we?"
  14. Vladimir Putin high fives Mohammed bin Salman at G20 summit in Buenos Aires. Just two dictators that murder journalists having a good time. Despicable people.

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    En grupp miljöaktivister trotsade polisen och blockerade korsning i centrala Stockholm – för att sätta klimatförändringarna i fokus.

    Det är underbart att klimatrörelsen äntligen börjar bli radikal och faktiskt börjar ta klimathotets dödliga konsekvenser på största allvar - även i lilla Sverige. Förhoppningsvis är det inte för sent.

  17. Hello everyone! We have just made some updates to Redly, they are mostly behind-the-scenes updates that will make Redly.social even better and faster to use. Some of the more prominent new features include a stronger spam protection system and web cards for external links posted throughout Redly. And as always, if you find any bugs or something that doesn't seem to be working properly, please report it in our support forum

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    1. Sanjo

      Sanjo

      Yes finally!

  18. Happy birthday Shaun! 😊🎂🎉

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  19. Shaun Patrick Griffin

    Your thoughts on Windows 10.

    Well, let's just say for social apps, the Windows Store only offers the most popular social apps like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and they use to offer Nextdoor, but it looks like they dropped it now. Currently, I don't even bother using the apps because I can't ever seem to find any new ones that I like. Mostly, on the Windows Store, I see games, books, movies and many unnecessary apps that I would never even consider using. With Apple they offer apps like Facetime, Friended, Numberbook, Telegram, I don't know any others off hand, but when I do searches on social networks or software, I typically find out that they are only available on the Apple platform. But none of this matter's, because for now, I'm stuck with the Window's P.C. I have.
  20. Simon

    Your thoughts on Windows 10.

    Interesting, what kind of apps and products are you missing on Windows that's only available in Apple's ecosystem?
  21. Shaun Patrick Griffin

    Your thoughts on Windows 10.

    While I still like Microsoft Windows, and still have it, I feel like I'm missing out on many apps and products that Apple has to offer. I'm also learning that quite a few social apps I like aren't even compatible with Microsoft Windows, including some software products. Also, where I live Apple is dominating here, the college I am currently attending is going to be switching all their computers to Apple in the next few years and I predict public libraries will be doing the same. I've seen and used Apple computers, I personally do feel those are the better, and more stable products! But what I want and need to buy when it comes to technology are two very different things!
  22. Simon

    Your thoughts on Windows 10.

    I think they've said that Windows 10 will be their last OS release but that they will continue to improve Windows 10 forever. It will be interesting to see how that goes. Either way, I think we are slowly moving away from traditional PCs (Macs are PCS too) and towards PCs that are more geared towards mobility, touch interfaces, and ease of use. But simple "toys" like Ipads and IOS and such won't do, we still need more complex operating systems that allows us to be more productive and do more precise work. I don't think Apple is close to being able to deliver on something like that, nor is any Linux version. Microsoft and Windows is still the best bet IMO. I have had Acer in the past and, in my experience, their products are the worst of them all. Acer literally makes garbage products that fall apart within three years.
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