[-] [email protected] 0 points 2 hours ago

Ces coupures c'est pour empêcher le Hamas d'en profiter, meme aujourd'hui le Hamas s'empare de l'aide humanitaire, les palestiniens l'ont beaucoup dit.



Israel ne fait rien de particulièrement illégal, c'est une guerre, et la guerre c'est moche. Israel cibles le Hamas, les morts civils sont des collatéraux, Israel ne cherche pas à tuer des civils, et le Hamas fait tout pour augmenter les victimes collatérales et pour dissuader Israel d'attaquer.

Pour l'instant, 3 civils morts pour 1 militant du hamas, c'est beaucoup mieux qu'en Irak en 2003, et c'est pas considéré comme un mauvais ratio, meme si ca pourrait être mieux.

Il y a plein d'émissions sur france culture.

Parler de génocide de la part d'une armée régulière comme celle d'israel qui a signé la convention de genève, sans mettre en relief les intentions génocidaires du Hamas qui est une milice armée qui cible ouvertement les civils Israeliens et qui se positionne parmi les civils palestiniens, c'est pas très neutre.

Après on sera pas d'accord c'est pas grave.

[-] [email protected] 1 points 5 hours ago

je pense sincèrement que le traitement médiatique a une grande part de responsabilité dans tout ça

oui, ton commentaire en est un bel exemple, appeler ca un génocide, ca montre que tu répètes des échos sans trop chercher

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[-] [email protected] 25 points 3 months ago

I'm a game developer and I'm ashamed by this.

When chip production will halt because of the climate, you will see programmers optimizing their code again.

Jeez I hope this economy crashes.

[-] [email protected] 20 points 3 months ago

on one hand, I wish I wouldn't have to read those headlines because it depresses me

on the other hands, there's no point in muting that information, because people should know those things and should be angry

I thought "we should read good news", and then /r/upliftingnews appeared and it was just a rose-colored glasses thing.

we actually need to hear bad news to make people react.

[-] [email protected] 15 points 3 months ago

I'm stupider that chatgpt, chatgpt cannot achieve this artistic level of stupidity

[-] [email protected] 17 points 3 months ago

I wonder if previous twitter execs are feeling a bit bad to have sold him twitter to see it destroyed like that.

I mean it certainly proves Elon is an idiot as he used fraud to manipulate the price and got played instead.

But was it worth it to let him destroy Twitter just because he tried to defraud it?

[-] [email protected] 19 points 4 months ago

Even if they do that, some people will just create illegal website mirrors that remove ads.

On reddit, people already copy paste articles when there's a paywall. I can totally envision that thing to be more common.

I am not fucking kidding, I will stop using websites if I cannot block ads. This is non negotiable. I don't care about your business model, I have zero money to give you. I tried the official reddit app, and uninstalled within a week.

[-] [email protected] 15 points 4 months ago

Stalin and communism are different things

[-] [email protected] 68 points 5 months ago* (last edited 5 months ago)

You can see a lot of communities being closed or not back to normal. My feeling is that this whole thing will leave a big scar on reddit for a long time, and it will probably never heal, because it was mostly hitting core users who were there for a long time. Maybe they calculated that most users are lurkers who use mobile, and the rest is people using old reddit?

The problem is that it's not a good idea to upset the mods, but reddit also works with content, and it's a complex chemistry between people who post new things and how the mods regulate it to make sure their sub has quality. I guess that a lot of mods don't care, or maybe they don't care now but will care later? Maybe new subreddits will open with other mods.

Eitherway, reddit is ready to sacrifice a good fraction of its quality and trust to extract money out of it, but reddit users are not instagram users.

It was more and more difficult to make reddit interesting by avoiding some subreddits and searching for subreddits that were more and more niche, but at some point you feel that something is lost after the whole "increase quantity, dilute quality" phase.

Reddit is also getting more polarized and politics have really poisoned the site to a degree never seen before, Trumpists were present there for waaaaay too long, and it attracted a lot of conservatives and right wing users who don't fit with the usual reddit crowds. It managed to survive after a looooot of drama, but after all this, maybe the core users of reddit are just tired, and might slowly quit the ship, and maybe reddit will see the same problems twitter is currently having, with conservative etc running rampant.

I wish reddit would have stood up with its core users who are mostly liberals/leftists, instead of compromising and letting fascists thrive there.

I use my country's subreddit and it seems the right wing phase is being felt more and more, I'm feeling even the mods start to get tired because of it. every month I'm surprised by the opinions of the comments I see on this sub. Maybe it also reflects world politics, but I'm not sure. Sometimes I get paranoid and I imagine that astroturfers are often around to leave a mean comment, or downvote things that doesn't fit their agenda.

The upside is that reddit still managed to hold up for much longer than digg.

[-] [email protected] 24 points 5 months ago

You'll never believe my startup idea

[-] [email protected] 77 points 5 months ago

Communities with videos of violence and assault, justice porn etc. I hate those, this is honey for conservatives and fascists, they love it and it disgusts me.

[-] [email protected] 14 points 5 months ago

typical OOP progaganda

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