I've never heard of adnano.co or sr.ht, (or the gemini protocol for that manner)
I've been in IT for over 40+ years. The tech space has become so vast lately you can't assume someone is familiar with a particular piece of it even if you've had your head into a portion of it for years and it seems like second nature to you.
Sorry, my toot reads a little abrupt. No disrespect intended.
On the contrary, being a '99ner, I'm only rediscovering old protocols and computing. I agree, it's a haystack out there with all it's gems and rubble. I just want to carry the torch.
I'm getting so old now that my brain is full and I'm rediscovering stuff that I just learned about last year! It's like being able to hide my own Easter eggs.
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