PinePhone Mobian Edition Is Coming on January 18, Powered by Debian Linux
Meno male che c'è la carta.
Ci fossero stati solo bit in un database Trump non sarebbe stato sconfessabile e i suoi 60 ricorsi indimostrabili.
E allora sì sarebbero stati cavoli amarissimi
"I agree", an interesting project from 2018 by Dima Yarovinsky were he printed “terms of service” of the leading online services that we use on a daily basis on A4 to show how small and helpless we are against those.
nasce il primo sindacato di Google.
benvenuti nell'età adulta.
Very bad ruling re #Assange and press freedom. The fact his extradition to the U.S. was ONLY rejected on mental health grounds and not PRIMARILY on press freedom grounds is absolute bs.
I hope it's not a way for this judge to shake the case just so that SHE doesn't go down in history books as have made the decision to extradite him, but that the U.S. hope is the higher court will reject the health grounds as she pretty much sided with the U.S. on the actual merits of the case.
nasce il primo sindacatato di Google.
benvenuti nell'età adulta.
Hey @ondiz come va?
Fra qualche giorno parteciperò alla #AIUCD2021 per discutere questo breve saggio sulla lotta di classe degli informatici: http://www.tesio.it/documents/2021_AIUCD_La_lotta_informatica.pdf
Mi piacerebbe moltissimo sapere cosa ne pensi...
"In 2019, OpenAI LP received a US$1 billion investment from Microsoft." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OpenAI
"Why did OpenAI choose to release an API instead of open-sourcing the models?" https://openai.com/blog/openai-api/
😴 😴 😴 😴 😴 😴
Even Google Employees Don't Want To Rely on Google - JLelse: https://jlelse.blog/links/2021/01/google-spof
Thanks @ekaitz_zarraga for the most valuable (and expensive!) gift I received this year! 😉
uMatrix can sometimes block access to URL shorteners.
To get around this, I usually do "curl <url>" in a terminal and pick the long URL from the response.
Very cool -- https://teddit.net is a new privacy-friendly Reddit frontend, similar to Invidious / YouTube, Bibliogram / Instagram, and Nitter / Twitter.
Source code: https://codeberg.org/teddit/teddit
- All requests go through the backend, client never talks to Reddit
- Lightweight (teddit frontpage: ~30 HTTP requests with ~270 KB of data downloaded vs. Reddit frontpage: ~190 requests with ~24 MB)
Mala tempora currunt
“On one hand, citizens are asked to accept the possibility of being filmed under the pretext that they have nothing to fear if they have done nothing wrong. And at the same time the police refuse to be filmed, which is a right in every democracy” https://www.cnn.com/2020/11/28/europe/france-protests-security-law-intl/index.html
Question for network hackers (please boost).
What's the safest way to prove that the ethernet responding to a certain public IP (v4) is located in a certain nation (or at least continent)?
I mean, I can use a geolocation db but I guess it could be outdated. Trace routing the IP and geolocating each hop through the db? Maybe better but... is there an even better way?
QOTO: Question Others to Teach Ourselves. A STEM-oriented instance.
An inclusive free speech instance.
All cultures and opinions welcome.
Explicit hate speech and harassment strictly forbidden.
We federate with all servers: we don't block any servers.