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Did you know that if you have ever sent or received parcels with #UPS, your personal information (including your full address, phone, an email) is up for sale unless you fill a form and officially ask them to stop this madness??

The title of the form on their official website is literally "Do Not Sell My Personal Information"!

ups.com/ppwa/doWork

For the sake of archiving:

web.archive.org/web/2022071311

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Now this is a good message to prompt people to stop depending on Twitter and to join the Fediverse.
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@cameron I can't believe people keep saying brave is a middle of the road browser when it's normie bait worse than stock FF/chromium with any adblocking extension that my grandma could install
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Why GPL? "Using the GNU GPL will require that all the released improved versions be free software. This means you can avoid the risk of having to compete with a proprietary modified version of your own work." More at u.fsf.org/3kr

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Ok this is pretty useful.
I have a directory full of images pulled off of an iphone, that all have dumb apple image names like axrx4_6p.JPG
I've been looking for a way to bulk rename or at least catagorize them using the commandline.
Tonight I figured out that nsxiv will pipe a list of marked files to standard output.
So I fed the directory to nsxiv with "find ~/images/random/* | nsxiv -ito >> imagelist", and every image I marked with m was listed in the "imagelist" file with a full path name.
Then you can use vim's visual block multi-line editing to make a script out of the list that will rename the files in bulk just using the mv command.
It sounds complicated, but once you see it, its really fast.
vim and the command line for the win.
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