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      I’m convinced people secretely hate privacy. To quote Zuck:

      Zuck: Yeah so if you ever need info about anyone at Harvard

      Zuck: Just ask.

      Zuck: I have over 4,000 emails, pictures, addresses, SNS

      [Redacted Friend’s Name]: What? How’d you manage that one?

      Zuck: People just submitted it.

      Zuck: I don’t know why.

      Zuck: They “trust me”

      Zuck: Dumb fucks

      Replace Zuck with Google and it’s the same story.

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    Everyone: NO MORE FUCKING AI

    Microsoft: we put it in your breakfast cereal for, y’know, reasons

    Google: we painted your rooms with it so it can be . . . fun

    Amazon: looks around shiftily, mutters and scurries away

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    The age of “saving your browser history” for convenience is over.

    I’m all for anonymous surfing again.

    The biggest trick the devil ever pulled was getting us to use our real names on the internet.

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    Why are people so stuck on using Chromium browsers?

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    If this were local and private it could be neato. I will never know, since I have dropped Chrome a long while ago.

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      Yup, I’ve been saying for a while that Firefox should have better tools around using local data. There have been a lot of times where I wanted to find a link I visited, but gave up because the tooling sucks.

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      That’s an interesting connection.

      The sparkle emoji is infamous for being associated with AI now.

      Orion is a Kagi product, and Kagi is an AI company made to look like a search/browser/T-shirt company.

      I have to assume a lot of people don’t understand how deep the AI rabbithole for Kagi goes, because I have seen people recommend Kagi to people frustrated with Google’s own AI bullshit… They’re launching AI features left and right, and they have fully bought into AI being the future of search.