[–]TheUniverseIsEmpty 3 hours ago in whatever
Anyway, I am back.
[–]go1dfish 3 hours ago in whatever
the api doesn't accept/refuse your login, it might fail to send your account data though
logging in is fetching an encrypted blob of account data, and unencrypting it clientside
Is the blob just keys or is it other data too
Reddit is dying, again. Even more.
just the private key I think, all the other data is public
that's Gun/SEA code, not something I wrote
[–]Gangster 3 hours ago in whatever
Who's betting that this board will slide into hate and circlejerking before long?
Hopefully it won't
If it does. Spaces and alternative topic chats will become the norm before too long then.
I hope it doesn't either. I actually enjoy browsing the front page right now.
you could start tagging things as hate to help others filter them out btw. you can tag things in comments without having to set up a space first
so in a way you can start moderating without even having a specific sub; since it's just labeling
also the first line for a command comment needs to be the command, but after that any valid comment is fine; so you can elaborate or comment when tagging
[–]Gangster 2 hours ago in whatever
Wait, how do I tag things?
[–] 2 hours ago in whatever
make a comment like this
4 spaces <tilde>tag tagname
in reply to a post
I think you should consider soft power methods for discouraging hatey hatefaces from posting here
Imagine this ad in the sidebar
[–] 47 minutes ago in whatever
Thomas Jefferson: "banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies" [May 28, 1816] (self.quotes)
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"And I sincerely believe, with you, that banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies; and that the principle of spending money to be paid by posterity, under the name of funding, is but swindling futurity on a large scale."
Thomas Jefferson, May 28, 1816, "Letter to John Taylor"
Better support for participating without it may come in the future.
[–]+0 -0 points 9 months ago
He misunderstood finance. Finance prints money and no one has to pay. Even when they screw up so bad the Fed has to bail them out, still no taxpayer money is needed.
I'm sure he mean privatized banking institutions. You can still have a benevolent bank that prints money in the interest of the country it serves. Often by pegging it to something measurable or tangible.
The point is that finance is not "swindling futurity" because ppl make the rules and debt is often forgiven. Jefferson himself died in debt. Hamilton understood finance and said the national debt is a blessing on the ppl. Jefferson was a cad and did not understand money.
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