There seem to be not one, but several piracy rooms on matrix.org. Maybe OP could try one of them?
Probably none, sorry. If you wanted to pirate something on Android, you would have to either download a closed-source piracy app, which you can only hope doesn’t have any malicious code inside, or download unverified .apk files from random websites, also a bad idea.
Fire OS, the operating system on Fire sticks, is essentially Android with Amazon’s stuff on top of it. If there is an app that enables piracy on it, I wouldn’t trust it.
I did once, a few years ago. In 2011 the movie Drive came out and I loved it. Two years later, another movie by the same team (Nicolas Winding Refn as director and Ryan Gosling as the main actor) came out called Only God Forgives. It had great reviews on RottenTomatoes and I downloaded it as soon as I could.
Unfortunately, I found it boring and had no idea what the plot was about. I tried to give it a chance, but after 30 minutes or so, I stopped watching. It felt like a waste of time.
Can’t think of any that don’t cost money, but if you don’t mind paying, give mailbox.org a look. They support standard IMAP protocol and custom domains. Other providers that I know of come with caveats. Posteo.de, the one I use, is great and cheaper than mailbox.org, but no custom domains. Tutanota is free, but doesn’t have IMAP support, but they do have custom domains if you opt for the paid plan.
There might be more, but these are the ones I know of.
Gotta love that the article about dead relatives is archived on ghostarchive.org.
No kidding. Just a few days ago I was reading up on Alex Jones’ trial and I came across this headline. The line gets blurrier and blurrier.
I kind of do this. Not necessarily eat the food from least to most favourite, but if there’s something on the plate I’m not a fan of, I’ll try to eat that first. I feel like if I eat that part last, it’ll be more difficult to eat because I’ll already be full and satisfied from eating all the good stuff. Does that make sense?
Friendly reminder that Proton might not always have your best interests in mind:
Man, this hurts to read. Japan’s alcohol culture was already bad to begin with and now this. With the overabundance of vending machines and convenience stores, you will never have a hard time of finding booze in Japan. Also, in some companies, it’s even expected for employees to go out for drinks after work. And now the government is flat-out asking people to drink more. This can’t end well.
To be fair, the dog had it coming:
As far as I can tell, there is no software that integrates multiple chat protocols and email. However, if you’re okay with having a separate email application, you may want to have a look at a multi-protocol messaging client like Pidgin or whatever it is that KDE uses these days (used to be Kopete and Telepathy).
EDIT: Scratch that. Kopete and Telepathy don’t have Matrix support. Pidgin still has it, though.
Not to be confused with ChimeraOS.