@tso Bane: "There's a reason why this prison is the worst hell on earth... Hope. Every man who has ventured here over the centuries has looked up to the light and imagined climbing to freedom. So easy... So simple... And like shipwrecked men turning to sea water from uncontrollable thirst, many have died trying. I learned here that there can be no true despair without hope. So, as I terrorize Gotham, I will feed its people hope to poison their souls." #Batman #TheDarkKnightRises
@brianna At least diner is spelled differently... Try searching for the nearest Subway. :)
@fuxoft Was. They've changed their name in 2014. :/ (https://globalnews.ca/news/1680549/halifax-immigration-organization-changes-name-from-isis-to-isans/)
@fuxoft To sere předpokládám každého. Zajímalo mě, proč někdo na poštu ještě vůbec leze, navíc jen odeslat elektronický dokument ve dřevě.
@tomayac Yep. Didn't mean it as dis to Felix but rather a praise to Fabian and the solution he's working on currently which will potentially bring practically any app and/or OS inside any modern web browser. 🤯
@tomayac And as usual, it's entirely based on https://copy.sh 's work... He's now building a container solution running completely in a browser: https://mastodon.social/@unextro/99807784191384955
@corbin @WandelStock I honestly thought only grandmas use it nowadays. Does Skype finally support audio/video calling in a browser or is Play Store necessary for that? We both know how Android apps work on Chrome devices. Hangouts at least work on every modern browser on any device.
Don't get me wrong, the last good Google messenger was Gtalk but Skype is definitely not the way to go.
The new "Just Black" #Chrome theme directly from the Chrome team goes great with my #PixelSlate and #darkMode sites like #Mastodon. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/just-black/aghfnjkcakhmadgdomlmlhhaocbkloab
@seldo Vine had a web interface.
@MatejLach This is one of the main reasons I'm supporting webapps whenever possible.
Though even with webapps on iOS, you are at Apple's mercy, they have complete control over their single allowed browser engine as well.
For example, in the latest version of Safari Apple decided to suddenly disable device orientation and motion APIs used especially for WebVR/AR which were available for years. There are established companies depending on those APIs.
@baldur Not sure who misread the room. They have complete control over browsers on iOS and disable AR/VR APIs for everybody by default. When there are established businesses depending on these APIs. Without any warning. While there are other options available (requesting permission). Or, you know, they could implement the AR/VR dedicated APIs first. It's hard to not judge it in the context of strong preference for their App Store cash cow. Looks like a typical Apple dick move.
Ondřej's personal fediverse server instance.