Skip Navigation
What are sites like this for?

Was looking for instances for Librephotos and came across sites like this. As you can see these sites contain the same type of information taken from official sources. If you click on the link, you will be redirected to a blank google search page.

What is all this done for?

What is this wire for?

At one end of the wire is a 3.5 mm Jack plug. On the other end of the wire is presumably a glass LED.

When connected to the phone, nothing happens. The LED does not start to glow.

Also, this wire doesn't work as a microphone. It's also not an earpiece.

What is it for?

Some free fruit
  • Unfortunately some kids do that.

    There were lilac bushes growing in our park, as well as flowers planted by the park staff. There are a lot of kids running around there and they often break the branches of the blooming lilacs.

    There is nothing wrong with making a bouquet of lilacs to give to your parents, but after playing, children would throw the lilac bouquets on the ground.
    They also sometimes ripped flowers out of the flowerbeds with the roots.

  • Why do Lemmy users delete their comments?

    I haven’t noticed this phenomenon on other social networks, but I’ve seen it a lot here.

    Why do Lemmy users rarely use emoticons?

    Reading comments in different communities, I noticed that users hardly leave smilies. Why is that?

    ༼ つ ◕_◕ ༽つ

    When will video support be added to Lemmy?

    As you know, web instances don't display video. Perhaps there is information on when full video support is planned?

    Question about Android. Is there a way to replace the system file manager on non-rooted devices?

    When you need to upload a photo to a photo hosting site through a browser, the system file manager opens. When choosing a photo for editing, this also happens through the file manager built into Android. Is there a way to force applications to open my preferred file manager instead of the system one?

    The Champion. PhD in cat science.

    The scientist gave our newspaper a detailed commentary: “Meow, meow, meow”

    Why don’t application developers who have abandoned their development make the code they don’t need open source?

    There are many closed source applications that have been removed from the Google Play catalog for various reasons.

    Often this reason is the cessation of further development and maintenance of the application.

    Why don't these people make the code open to everyone if they don't need it anymore?

    This could bring great benefits to all people, but everything that was once created simply disappears.

    How do you feel about registering in XMPP by phone number?

    Recently, the Prav app was released in F-droid. In this application, registration is by phone number.

    What do you think about this?

    InitialsDiceBear„Initials” ( by „DiceBear”, licensed under „CC0 1.0” (
    Posts 29
    Comments 245