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  • I don't know if linking to websites are legal here or not, so I'll describe it in a roundabout way.

    Take the number 'leet', and an X. That is the domain name. to is the tld.

    In short, [leet (as a number) x] [dot] [to].

    Hope it makes sense. That website should have have the droids you are looking for. Just be cautious.

  • Rabbit data breach: all r1 responses ever given can be downloaded
  • Since no one is explaining and I have only ever heard of Rabbit on Lemmy (again with no context, probably a US thing), here is a Kagi quick answer:

    what is rabbit and r1?

    Based on the available information, the Rabbit R1 is a new AI-powered device developed by a tech startup called Rabbit Inc. and designed by Teenage Engineering. The key details about the Rabbit R1 are:

    • It is a standalone handheld gadget about half the size of an iPhone, with a 2.88-inch touchscreen and a rotating camera for taking photos and videos. 【1】【2】
    • The Rabbit R1 is powered by an AI assistant and is intended to help users interact with various apps and services on their smartphone, essentially acting as a remote control. 【3】【4】
    • It connects to the internet via 4G LTE and Wi-Fi, allowing it to provide real-time information and assistance. 【5】
    • The Rabbit R1 currently supports integration with apps like Uber, Spotify, Midjourney, and DoorDash, allowing users to control these services through the device. 【6】
    • Reviews of the Rabbit R1 have been mixed, with some criticizing its unreliable performance, inaccurate answers, and short battery life. 【7】【2】

    In summary, the Rabbit R1 is an AI-powered handheld device that aims to provide a more convenient way for users to interact with various apps and services on their smartphones. However, it seems the device still has some issues that need to be addressed.

    1. The Rabbit R1 is an AI-powered gadget that can use your apps for you
    2. Rabbit R1 review: an unfinished, unhelpful AI gadget - The Verge
    3. What are the main functions of the Rabbit R1? Its everyday use?
    4. What exactly is the Rabbit R1 AI device that confused many people?
    5. Rabbit R1 hands-on review: Something is iffy about this | Mashable
    6. Rabbit R1 Explained: What This Tiny AI Gadget Actually Does - CNET
    7. Rabbit R1 review: Avoid this AI gadget - Tom's Guide
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  • I picked up a package from the post office. They had a sign saying "ring the bell once for service, two or more for a weather report". I image this has a similar back story.

  • How to block posts about Elon Musk (or other custom string) on computer

    Using uBlock Origin, you can add your own filter. This filter will block any post with the text "Elon Musk" (not case sensitive), modify as needed.

    lemmy.world##div.post-listing:has(span:has-text("/elon musk/i"))

    div.post-listing is the element to block\ :has(args) returns elements where args evaluate to true\ span is the element with the title text\ :has-text(needle) returns the element if it has the next needle, supports regex with \needle\ and remove case sensitivity with i

    Read more here: https://github.com/gorhill/uBlock/wiki/Procedural-cosmetic-filters

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    Just learned about AppImageLauncher

    github.com GitHub - TheAssassin/AppImageLauncher: Helper application for Linux distributions serving as a kind of "entry point" for running and integrating AppImages

    Helper application for Linux distributions serving as a kind of "entry point" for running and integrating AppImages - GitHub - TheAssassin/AppImageLauncher: Helper application for Linux d...

    GitHub - TheAssassin/AppImageLauncher: Helper application for Linux distributions serving as a kind of "entry point" for running and integrating AppImages

    I just found out about AppImageLauncher, a package handler for AppImages. It organizes them, creates desktop files for you and handles updates and removal.

    > Integrate AppImages to your application launcher with one click, and manage, update and remove them from there. Double-click AppImages to open them, without having to make them executable first.

    Much better than having to create all the desktop files myself, and having to figure out what to put in them for it to work correctly (I'm looking at you, qBittorrent and magnet links).

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