I am currently safe during the earthquake that happened 12:30pm in southern California. Didn’t feel anything where I am; it was further north San Diego County and LA area.
Living your best life!
Their neighbor always carried a can of RAID because they lived their life with no hornets.
Unfortunately not very surprising: this digg.com URL discussing digital rot did not even last 3 years. It redirects to the homepage now. Despite Toby’s response, I cannot find it using their search.
Facebook, I have never even heard of these organizations much less been a customer. I manually removed at least 100 of these from my Ad Preferences page recently and now there are these 15. What are you doing?
I’ve released version 0.0.2 of mf2 to iCalendar, a library to convert h-event microformats into iCalendar.
It now supports dates with local time (no timezone) and it prefers the
content property over the
description property. Also, unit tests. Because test ALL THE THINGS!
Ooh, what laptop is that with the rainbow keys?
and omg THROW THE TOY.
ISO 8601 or go home ;)
I’m attending “Tommy Wiseau’s New Movie - Best F(r)iends!”
@sarah5 I guess the green flash is real https://overcast.fm/+EAt6MYpwM/4:21
“Hole” hearts don’t exist, @EdwardorEddie.
If you’ve ever had the Facebook app installed on your phone, you should check on the contacts it has uploaded and information it has tracked. Per the Ars Technica article linked below, Facebook was collecting your call and SMS logs from Android phones until recently.
How to see/remove contacts that were uploaded to Facebook
Keep in mind that this is contact information from your phone’s address book that was uploaded to Facebook if you granted the permission when you installed the app. They use this information to help connect you to your friends on Facebook. Deleting this information does not remove any of your current Facebook friends.
If you have used the Facebook Messenger app, also open https://www.facebook.com/mobile/messenger/contacts/ to delete that information. Again, this doesn’t remove the friends you’re connected to on Facebook, just the address book information you’ve shared with Facebook, most likely totally unaware.
If you had either app on iPhone you’re probably safe from the call and SMS logs. You should still check what contact information you’ve uploaded. I would also generally recommend not using the Facebook apps on your phone, if possible. The mobile version of Facebook at https://m.facebook.com should work well instead. You can bookmark it and add it as an icon on your home screen.
Here, have a test webmention!