The people afraid to show their peers or bosses my technical writing because it also contains furry art are some of the dumbest cowards in technology. Considering the recent events at ApeFest, a competitive level of stupidity is quite impressive. To be clear, the exhibited stupidity in question is their tendency to project their own […]
Regular readers of Dhole Moments should always keep this in mind:
A quick reference to anti-furry dog-whistles for busy journalists and investigative reporters.
I got banned for criticizing Twitter’s security, as I’ve done often in the past without repercussion.
As Twitter’s new management continues to nosedive the platform directly into the ground, many people are migrating to what seem like drop-in alternatives; i.e. Cohost and Mastodon. Some are even considering new platforms that none of us have heard of before (one is called “Hive”). Needless to say, these are somewhat chaotic times. One topic […]
What will become of the Internet, and the furry fandom, if Elon Musk kills Twitter?
On Puriteens, Furries, and the future of the LGBTQIA+ Community
How to Avoid Accidentally Amplifying Assholes on Twitter
How to get rid of the Twitter feature nobody asked for, that takes up the top part of your screen, and nobody can dismiss.
Over the weekend, I decided to make an account on Furry Amino. My reasoning at the time was, “A lot of furries lurk there, I should see what it’s about.” That was a bad move that I’d like to discourage others from making. What’s Furry Amino? Furry Amino is a furry-centric community on the Amino […]
Responding to “Our cybersecurity ‘industry best practices’ keep allowing breaches”
The fatal flaw of Birdwatch’s current design and how it can be fixed.
Earlier tonight, someone decided to change their Twitter handle and display name to impersonate a furry and solicit money to the scammer’s PayPal account. This is the same kind of lazy technique that script kiddies use to phish people for passwords, but more targeted. The goal is to dupe someone into sending the scammer money […]
How to more effectively report abuse to social media companies like Twitter.
This is a bit different from my usual blog post, insofar as I don’t have much of a point except that I’m tired of repeating myself. The other day, I was frustrated about Pinterest clogging up the Google Image Search results and tweeted a really simple and well-known life-hack to counteract their search engine manipulation. […]