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Articles from blogs I follow

Is WhatsApp safe for sending private photos?

Is WhatsApp safe for sending private photos? We go over everything you need to know before using this popular messaging app.

via The Proton Blog

Smart scheduling for your Fastmail calendar

Productivity is highly personal. Start using Morgen Assist and Fastmail together in under 5 minutes and begin smart scheduling in your calendar. The post Smart scheduling for your Fastmail calendar appeared first on Fastmail.

via Fastmail

Open Source in the Age of LLMs

(To read the complete Mozilla.ai publication featuring all our OSS contributions, please visit the Mozilla.ai blog) Like our parent company, Mozilla.ai’s founding story is rooted in open-source principles and community collaboration. Since our start last …

via The Mozilla Blog

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