On other platforms, the text is blacked out until it is clicked on then it is displayed, same with images.
Not sure how you'd do it in pure html, perhaps get rid of the offending content with a link that says "click to show hidden content" that would bring you to a new page with the spoiler/content warned content visible?
I give Apple credit. I had windows CE and palm devices before the iphone came out, and they had many of the elements of modern smart devices, but lacked usability. When I bought an ipod touch 1st gen, it was a game changer. Apple brought everything together in a lot of smart ways that changed the game. Whatever you think of Apple or iPhones (I'm not a fan personally) you can't claim they didn't revolutionize the space.
I'd just like to interject for a moment. What you're refering to as Hoot, is in fact, Lotide/Hoot, or as I've recently taken to calling it, Lotide plus Hoot. Hoot is not a social platform unto itself, but rather another free component of a fully functioning Federated system made useful by the Lotide corelibs, shell utilities and vital system components comprising a full Platform as defined by Lotide.
Pleroma defaults to a few thousand characters, and I've extended FBXL Social to 60,000 characters per post for times when I'm posting an essay from my upcoming book.
The threaded view of lotide is ideal from my viewpoint.
It's been so liberating not having their boot on my neck.
The Internet is supposed to be libre. The moment the tech companies take that away, we should be starting to take ourselves away from them.
Every time this hear this speech, I hear "I'm not racist but..."
It's unpersuasive to me. If you heard someone talking about "toxic blackness", you'd be looking for the Klan hood regardless of how many times the speaker insists they aren't racist.
This post is a bit redundant now because peertube 3.4 allows you to do a "one-sided federation" where you can follow a specific channel on an instance that otherwise wouldn't allow federation.
Same here. The only thing that's nice is that there's so much amazing material available today through the Internet.
It looks really cool, but dodgy as hell. I don't know if I'd want power being sent potentially through me or my stuff.
I've lost trust in Facebook. It'll be "politics we don't like are banned"
I already wear glasses, so it really didn't make sense for me. My mom is a bit of a ditz sometimes.
So far my favorite wireless earbuds are the Boult Audio Curve. The electronics sit on your neck and shoulders, and then little ear buds pop into your ears. Comfortable, sounds good, and because the electronics can be much bigger, it has 12 hours of runtime!
I think my mom got me something like these. It's just bluetooth earbuds built into a pair of glasses.
Interesting video. Sort of reminds me of hooking up my Wii -- It's like you're in a shopping mall where you can see the signs of all the stores but they're long shut down.
I still think there's a major use case problem for the most part. The translation thing is a neat trick, but if you're not in a foreign country it isn't going to be that useful for 99.9% of people (and I bet it requires a hell of a data connection most people wouldn't have in a foreign country as well).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2OzI4Do5-Y For those who aren't directly accessing through lotidev
Good point, I never thought of it.
That little brat probably wants to play video games and drink pancake syrup every day.
The irony of posting this on reddit.
Man, get off of reddit. It's bad for you. Fediverse uber alles.
I purchased a Soviet era passport to use if they ever ask me for mein papahs