My Favorite Games
- Minecraft (Maybe Minetest too?)
- Club Penguin
- Animal Crossing (I'm not so sure about Animal Crossing on the $witch though. I've never played that in a while.)
I'm a computer enthusiast and love to tinker with hardware and software. Here are some of my favorite computer-related topics:
- The 2000's internet
- Programming Languages
- Open-sourceness, encryption and privacy-friendly
- Software Development
I have the following consoles:
And many others.
Why can't I join Discord servers on my main account
The reason I cannot join Discord servers is because I once had Discord Nitro and I reached the Discord Nitro limit to 200, but then Discord Nitro ended, I was (and still am) in 200 servers and the server limit goes back to 100, so I'd have to leave 100 servers to get back to 100 servers to join a server. Apparently, a lot of people have this problem.
Privacy Friendly infomation
If you want to be privacy friendly and make sure it's hard for governments to spy on you and big corperation$ to track you, here are some tips
Use Matrix as your chatting platform. I use the Matrix client, Element to access Matrix.
If you still want to use Discord (If you have it) then use Vencord for Desktop and Aliucord for Mobile. Please note that this doesn't achieve full privacy-friendlyness as Discord's backend is still closed-source and your IP and messages are not encrypted.
Make sure you switch to open-source apps. Remove and replace proprietary apps and have open-source apps instead.
Use app 2FA and do not use SMS authentication then possible to stop SIM swapping attacks. I use ente Authenticator for 2FA app Authentication.
Use a open-source OS. Scrub away the proprietary Windows OS and use a Linux distro. For beginners I recommend Linux Mint (Maybe?), for better beginners, I recommend EndeavourOS. And for advanced users, Arch Linux.
Do NOT use any apple products.
Use a hardened web browser. If you are on Android, use Mull. If you are on a desktop PC, use LibreWolf. You could use TOR but it's quite slow but it allows you to change your IP, though.
Use Mulvad VPN to disguise your IP address securely.
Then possible, use Monaro to buy items and use cash to buy real life items.
If you use Android, install F-Droid. This is a app-store with open-source Android applications. #FreeYourAndroid
Then possible, self-host. This could be self-hosting a cloud server, or just anything.
I didn't make any of these servers but please go check out Awesome Privacy, the EFF, TOS;DR, and the Privacy Lounge on Revolt.