I tried to search for them but it difficult as there quiet a lot of them that have alt-right videos. Also I'm not multilingual and only know English which few instance are a different language.
Videos I like watching: -
- FOSS review/showcase
- Gaming (such as Fallout NV, Minecraft, Resident Evil etc.)
- Online Privacy
- Anything related to being queer
cross-posted from: https://beehaw.org/post/264139
> I've been wondering about these questions for a while now but the docs were scarce.
> 1. Does loading an image (cache/thumbnail) from external hosting takes up any server storage? If so, is it cleaned up when original image deleted?
> 1. Do (internally hosted) "orphan" images (not linked to any post/comments) get deleted?
> 1. Any recommendations for image hosting? Preferably freemium+donation based, open source, able to keep spinning until end of times -- all that jazz
> 1. In relation to creating posts on lemmiverse: any hints for streamlined workflow uploading images to external hosting? (bookmarklets, scripts, custom frontends)
> 1. Are there any promising Lemmy initiatives for optimizing storage usage?
> Got any questions of your own about image hosting? Let's hear it
I don't know if I am missing a point or not but I don't exactly quiet get the hype as to me, it just chrome with poor man's uBlock Origin and their own crypto in the mix.
Like how it that different from me using ether Librewolf or even Google Chromium and install uBlock Origin compare to Brave?
Just starting to play Fallout (Well Tales Of Two Wasteland mod to be precise), want to play more games that has post-apocalyptic setting.
It's a plus if it DRM-Free (so like if it on GOG or itch.io) but Steam games will also do.
I know the straight answers would be GOG but I was wondering if there are anymore game stores that sells DRM-Free games. Nothing wrong with GOG, just more curious if anything...
Don't get me wrong, I don't mind buying games from Steam and use the [AutoCracker](https://github.com/BigBoiCJ/SteamAutoCracker) to get rid of the DRM. I just don't want to relies on Steam too much and want to break that habit if there's any good alternative.
I knew Amazon is a shady company but only stuck around and still use them as I don't know as much online website that sell stuff I want as well as not being too mortally corrupted.
The sort of stuff I tend to buy:
- Clothes (mostly men as I am a guy)
Please don't suggest me something like Walmart as..
1. I am not American, I'm British.
2. Even if I am American, I would of shopped there so it pointless to even call it an "alternatives".