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Hey there! I'm a freelance Designer, preferably working on new technologies like voice assistants, virtual reality, etc., but also creating concepts for websites and apps!
In my free time I love to and try out new stuff.
I deeply believe in openness and honesty. I believe collaboratively joining forces is better than everybody competing with each other, especially if we're talking about climate protection.

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RT @mikeindustries@twitter.com

The fact that DuckDuckGo and its 67 employees produce a search experience that is almost imperceptibly different than Google's is one of the most impressive achievements in tech right now.

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i used to be really into having the newest computer gadget. now i use refurbished hardware. it's so much cheaper. it lasts. it reduces landfill waste. it's great, and i don't really feel like i am missing out on much tech-wise.

here are some tips if you need tech stuff but don't want to spend a lot of money, support horrible companies, and such (1/n)
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Wer FaceApp kritisiert, darf zu Google, Facebook und Co. nicht schweigen!

nachdenkseiten.de/?p=53541

It‘s interesting how non-constructive feedback in client projects can increase your motivation to work on your own ideas, in order to create a future, in which you don’t have to deal with clients, who think they know better.

A friend of mine threw his party in a country that doesn't exist.
Who has heard of Transnistria?

youtube.com/watch?v=KluJTnN1p-

@mary Willkommen bei Fidelius! 🙋‍♂️

Thought experiment for saving our planet:
1. Every single product gets tagged with a CO2 footprint.
2. Everything you buy is saved in your digital identity. (which you own?)
3. There is a limit per year of how much CO2 you are allowed to produce.
4. If you exceed this limit, you're not allowed to do bigger purchases, like buying a flight. (buying groceries probably should still be allowed)

What do you think?

Doconomy is trying that with a credit card: forbes.com/sites/davidebanis/2

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Fun way to find random documents. Go to Google search, and search for

filetype:pdf the

Feel free to replace the word "the" with any other innocuous word. You'll get a bunch of random PDFs.

Another fun constraint:

filetype:pdf site:org the

This will return PDFs by ".org" domains (mostly nonprofits) so you get a bunch of random reports.

Also try

filetype:pdf "internal use only"

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"Work on being in love with the person in the mirror, who has been through so much, but is still standing."
- Unknown Author

Photo by Fares Hamouche on Unsplash unsplash.com/@fodelwdc

@supermario but I'm wondering.. is this your content? You aren't the Melodica Men, are you?

Hey @switchingsocial@mastodon.at, is there any alternative to & besides owning the physical movies or storing them on your own hard drive?


Hey there! I'm a freelance Designer, preferably working on new technologies like voice assistants, virtual reality, etc., but also creating concepts for websites and apps!
In my free time I love to and try out new stuff.
I deeply believe in openness and honesty. I believe collaboratively joining forces is better than everybody competing with each other, especially if we're talking about climate protection.

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The Internet belongs to us all and yet our names are owned/controlled by commercial entities. Isn’t it time to put an end to this ridiculous rent seeking for what are essentially rows in a database? @OpenNIC has a free/open alternative. We should mandate all browsers support it.

#FreeTheDomain

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Join fidelius, find like-minded people and stop corporations from owning your digital self! fidelius is all about being open-minded, honest, curious about life, being grateful and kind to each other. Any kind of racism, sexism, homophobia and anything that's spreading hate will be banned!