That’s a good idea, thanks!
The problem is, I tend to use lots of resources when I write anything (dictionaries, Wikipedia, my own public posts or private notes…). It’d be difficult for me to say anything of substance about these books from memory, without writing a polished script first… But it might work, to some extent!
My only objection: I would boost #Matrix (ie, #Element, #Riot) and fully recommend it, and penalise #Threema and discard it, based on their respective results under the section “are the #app and server completely #opensource?” — I think that’s paramount!
At long last, common sense and decency prevail in #Spain 🇪🇸
I’ve been on a mission, for a few years now, to read the top twenty or so most important, most influential works of world #literature. Fiction top ten, plus non-fiction top ten. Because the meta-ranking I use as a reference updates regularly with new rankings published and with slight improvements to the algorithm, in going through the list I’m actually getting closer to reading the top forty books.
Each (short) episode would focus on one book: I would share my review, read some passages I highlighted, and my explain why the book is (or isn’t) that important and how it affected me personally.
@aperalesf Muchas gracias por compartir tus averiguaciones. Yo tengo pendiente des-googlizar mi móvil y una tableta vieja.
But not when the cost of hardware, software and power is zero — then performance is positive infinite
The World Economic Forum announced June 29 it will initiate a new “public-private partnership” with Big Tech and governments around the world to identify and uproot all opinions from the Internet that it considers “harmful.”
#Mozilla #CommonVoice wishes to gain 500000 new contributions by July 20th. Sounds huge to me, but maybe it can happen!
Common Voice is a really cool project attempting to collect recordings from people of all ages, genders, dialects, etc. so that future speech recognition can become more reliable, and so that we do not need to depend on things like Google's captioning service. If you care about #accessibility, #privacy or just like reading out or listening to random sentences, please optionally make an account (to help make the data more easily searchable) and contribute.
This absolutely does not go just for English speakers, BTW. English is doing just fine. If you speak any other languages, please help add, record and sort sentences in it, instead. For example, the Slovenian database is growing, slowly but surely!
Edit: Fixing typos. Sorry!
Technologist, Spaniard, male, 40
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