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submitted 6 months ago* (last edited 6 months ago) by Frostwolf to c/realtimestrategy

Woah, most are unknown to me. A lot of which I haven’t even played. The only one I did was probably the Warlords Battlecry 3 and Battle Realms.

Praetorians Cossacks: Back to War Rise of Nations The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-Earth The Settlers: Heritage of Kings Warrior Kings: Battles Submarine Titans ParaWorld Battle Realms Grey Goo Warlords Battlecry 3 Heroes of Annihilated Empires Age of Mythology: Extended Edition Armies of Exigo American Conquest Dragonshard Star Wars: Empire at War Kohan 2: Kings of War Aarklash Legacy Empire Earth Ancient Wars: Sparta Tzar: Burden of the Crown

[-] Frostwolf 1 points 8 months ago

Musk would probably come close. He can shut down internet and stop your car if you own Tesla. And he already has his Space companies. On the other hand, if Meta takes off, Zuckerberg is a close candidate followed by Microsoft.

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submitted 8 months ago by Frostwolf to c/privacyhub

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/5196308

It’s scary that the Unity debacle is not just happening in games but a very real threat not just in digital and app space but in real life.

It can happen in medicine, housing, even the food we eat if the trend of subscriptions and lock ins continue.

Despite this, a global concerted effort towards Open Source tech is still not happening.

In Unity for example, there is a push to transition to Unreal but less so for Godot. We see this happening with reddit too. And soon maybe we’ll see it in real life. What’s stopping our hotels and landlords from charging us everytime we open doors.

We see this in the rampant mandatory tips. Where everyone is automatically charged per order.

It’s scary and frustrating at the same time that there may not be a clear remedy for this. As the world shifts to subscriptions and services, do we truly own anything anymore?

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submitted 8 months ago by Frostwolf to c/opensource

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/5196370

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/5196308

It’s scary that the Unity debacle is not just happening in games but a very real threat not just in digital and app space but in real life.

It can happen in medicine, housing, even the food we eat if the trend of subscriptions and lock ins continue.

Despite this, a global concerted effort towards Open Source tech is still not happening.

In Unity for example, there is a push to transition to Unreal but less so for Godot. We see this happening with reddit too. And soon maybe we’ll see it in real life. What’s stopping our hotels and landlords from charging us everytime we open doors.

We see this in the rampant mandatory tips. Where everyone is automatically charged per order.

It’s scary and frustrating at the same time that there may not be a clear remedy for this. As the world shifts to subscriptions and services, do we truly own anything anymore?

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submitted 8 months ago by Frostwolf to c/technology

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/5196308

It’s scary that the Unity debacle is not just happening in games but a very real threat not just in digital and app space but in real life.

It can happen in medicine, housing, even the food we eat if the trend of subscriptions and lock ins continue.

Despite this, a global concerted effort towards Open Source tech is still not happening.

In Unity for example, there is a push to transition to Unreal but less so for Godot. We see this happening with reddit too. And soon maybe we’ll see it in real life. What’s stopping our hotels and landlords from charging us everytime we open doors.

We see this in the rampant mandatory tips. Where everyone is automatically charged per order.

It’s scary and frustrating at the same time that there may not be a clear remedy for this. As the world shifts to subscriptions and services, do we truly own anything anymore?

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submitted 8 months ago by Frostwolf to c/gaming

It’s scary that the Unity debacle is not just happening in games but a very real threat not just in digital and app space but in real life.

It can happen in medicine, housing, even the food we eat if the trend of subscriptions and lock ins continue.

Despite this, a global concerted effort towards Open Source tech is still not happening.

In Unity for example, there is a push to transition to Unreal but less so for Godot. We see this happening with reddit too. And soon maybe we’ll see it in real life. What’s stopping our hotels and landlords from charging us everytime we open doors.

We see this in the rampant mandatory tips. Where everyone is automatically charged per order.

It’s scary and frustrating at the same time that there may not be a clear remedy for this. As the world shifts to subscriptions and services, do we truly own anything anymore?

[-] Frostwolf 1 points 8 months ago

The way Killua looks at Gon has never changed. :)

[-] Frostwolf 1 points 8 months ago
[-] Frostwolf 1 points 8 months ago

They’re obviously in their adult years in the pic I posted.

[-] Frostwolf 1 points 8 months ago

Because libre office is not compatible with many others. You can open it sure but there’s no guarantee that opening .doc or .docx will have broken formatting. Not good for those in the academia or workplace where formatting are strictly enforce.

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submitted 8 months ago by Frostwolf to c/yaoi
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submitted 8 months ago by Frostwolf to c/yaoi
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submitted 8 months ago by Frostwolf to c/creepypasta
[-] Frostwolf 2 points 8 months ago

Thank you for your interest. Done and done! :)

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submitted 8 months ago by Frostwolf to c/yaoi
[-] Frostwolf 2 points 9 months ago

Why is there a SEARCH bar next to the bar where you can search anyway?

Muscle memory I guess. I associate the main bar with typing in websites. While the smaller one for search. That’s how I’ve been doing it for years.

The icons are pinned tabs using sideberry and CSS from r/FirefoxCSS

[-] Frostwolf 1 points 9 months ago

Ehh. Different strokes, I guess. Too much minimalism for me becomes extra step. Like if remove the search bar, I would have to type in duckduckgo.com everytime I need to search. Without the pinned icons, I would have to type gmail everytime, for example. Firefox is my secondary desktop and I treat those icons as kind of like a mini app. :)

[-] Frostwolf 5 points 9 months ago

Same. @squizzy, I don't like microblogging in general either. I was raised in the golden era of forums (the days of phpBB and vBulletin). My twitter account hasn't been touched for years now.

[-] Frostwolf 9 points 9 months ago

tweXit does have a nice ring to it. Made me laugh 😂

[-] Frostwolf 2 points 9 months ago

Speaking as someone who's mostly on a laptop screen, that thing is big. When at home (which doesn't happen a lot these days), I connect my laptop to a more modest Xiaomi 1C Monitor 23.8 Inch. I am not a techie so I'm not sure what I can use a vertical monitor for though.

[-] Frostwolf 1 points 9 months ago

For some reason, this reminds me of the old digg. I'm feeling nostalgic. :)

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submitted 9 months ago by Frostwolf to c/firefox

Was tinkering with userchrome and sidebery this day and it got me thinking how others has their firefox customized. Let's bring the fun back to firefox. Share your screenshots. :)

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submitted 9 months ago by Frostwolf to c/firefox

So far, I tried Tabliss, Momentum and currently toying with Taskade. But the "unmodded" one is nice, too as it's faster. I'm wondering if anyone here has some opinions.

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submitted 9 months ago by Frostwolf to c/ukraine

An old one. But this never fails to make my day whenever it pops up on my news feed. Russian officials deride Zelensky for being a comedian. But so many of them act like children in front of cameras. Tsk tsk.

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