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WATCH: How to Scale a Paywall (and other useful tips) – #SolutionsWatch

On this edition of #SolutionsWatch, James goes over 5 tech tips that will help improve your browsing and online research experience. NOTE: As always, your mileage will vary with these tactics and they can/will change in the future. Do you have a tech tip? Leave it in the comments below.

Previous #SolutionsWatch videos featuring research tricks and tools: [watch][watch]

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les online
les online
May 3, 2024 2:41 AM

The End Is Neigh ? ‘On 18 December 2023 [plasma physicist] Ms Solter published a scientific article detailing her fear for our planet. She wrote: Each of the 42,000 planned Starlink satellites [being launched into orbit] has a design lifespan of only 5 years, after which it will be de-orbited, burned-up in the ionosphere, and replaced. She calculated that will require 23 satellites per day – each the size of an SUV or truck – to be burned-up in the ionosphere forever into the future, leaving an enormous amount of toxic chemicals and metallic dust to accumulate in the air we breathe and in the ionosphere.’ ‘She says much of the metallic dust will settle in the ionosphere where it will act as a magnetic shield, reducing the magnitude of the Earth’s magnetic shield in Space.’ https://cellphonetaskforce.org/astronomers-in-court-against-fcc-and-spacex/ Another brilliant idea on how to shrink the numbers of hoomins down to… Read more »

May Hem
May Hem
May 3, 2024 5:23 AM
Reply to  les online

There are no satellites. They use high altitude balloons.

https://chemtrails.substack.com/p/are-satellites-a-hoax-the-truth-is

les online
les online
May 3, 2024 5:40 AM
Reply to  May Hem
Lynn Ertell
Lynn Ertell
May 5, 2024 3:56 PM
Reply to  May Hem

Satelloons have “rocket” propulsion engines attached to guide the “orbit” path.

May Hem
May Hem
May 5, 2024 10:30 PM
Reply to  Lynn Ertell

“sateloons” – what a lovely word!

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
May 3, 2024 9:37 PM
Reply to  les online

It never fail to surprise me how a human being can waste his/her’s entire life on a complete hot air hoax and Sisyphus project.
Fiddling fiddling fiddling in the same soup without getting anywhere.

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
May 2, 2024 11:37 PM

AI’s Godfather Bill Gates are saving us all.
Bill has long had his eyes on cows. Not only do cows blurb CO2, they do also fart CO2, Cows do also deliver too little milk naturally in comparison to what Science could squeeze out of them, and their meat is too lousy and little.
https://www.technocracy.news/bill-gates-wants-to-use-ai-for-genetically-modifying-beef-cows-to-save-the-planet/

Captain Birdheart
Captain Birdheart
May 2, 2024 11:24 PM

Tech tip, Tick bite, mine would be guided by voices, since simulation seems about right. You can see for free just now (I want to pay for ads), but its not my future.
Analog Digit, innit
heard the planets are alive

Captain Birdheart
Captain Birdheart
May 2, 2024 11:37 PM

Marfanoid
Marfanoid
May 2, 2024 10:26 PM

Sociolog will be able to tell us a better way of doing that so I haven’t bothered to watch it .He will be here soon , I can feel it.

Researcher
Researcher
May 3, 2024 4:59 AM
Reply to  Marfanoid

Oh please no. And the BigB (Bryan) ChatGPT, alter ego, word salad, propaganda disseminator.

Martin Usher
Martin Usher
May 2, 2024 8:11 PM

Ad Nauseum sounds like a great idea but its imperfect. Although the only way to combat intrusive data collection is to poison databases just blindly clicking on every link is pattern that’s easily detectable and so relatively easy to counter once it becomes known that this is what people are doing. (Remember, this is an arms race…..) The “clicker” needs to be ‘unpredictably predictable’, as it were — behaving as maybe an ideal consumer would (which includes timing between clicks, dwell on sites etc.) but in a totally misleading manner. The browser extension also needs to hide itself because browsers report the extensions people use (and some sites infer what you’re using by the behavior of the browser; the don’t always get it right but it might be enough to tip them to something being wrong). The notion that you should delete tracking information from URLs is important unless you… Read more »