Uber and Lyft and city planning
Posted this elsewhere but also think it belongs here. https://usa.streetsblog.org/2019/08/09/uber-is-a-slow-motion-tragedy/
I dislike @ProjectVeritas and nearly everyone on Gab, but this strikes me as very much not wrong. https://www.projectveritas.com/2019/08/14/google-machine-learning-fairness-whistleblower-goes-public-says-burden-lifted-off-of-my-soul/
I just want to shake my head...
Strange to see the entries on this list are considered similar these days. https://www.techradar.com/news/best-alternative-operating-systems
I'm ashamed to say I missed the ARM story in college. I happy to get caught up. Dave Jaggar is a crazy kind of brilliant. https://youtu.be/_6sh097Dk5k
Today's Feature Story
Wickr: Redefining the Messaging Platform, an Interview with Co-Founder, Chris Howell
Wickr is an instant-messaging application and platform offering end-to-end encryption and content-expiring messages.
#Lemmy is an open federated alternative to Reddit and is currently early in development. You can follow the project at:
There's also the open federated #Prismo, which is in a more advanced state of development:
You can try Prismo at:
(If you copy a Prismo user or post address into the Mastodon search box and click search, you can interact with it.)
(Thanks to @gaja for info about Lemmy.)
I check in on the BSDs from time to time. Used to run FreeBSD in college. Just saw this recently. Sad news. I love Linux, but just Linux is monoculture. https://www.csoonline.com/article/3250653/is-the-bsd-os-dying-some-security-researchers-think-so.html
Hard to believe this was 2013. Interview with Bruce Schneier & Julian Sanchez https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_tpsH05ELg4
ServiceNow architect with an interest in GNU/Linux, de-Goolging and de-Facebooking.
Linux Geeks doing what Linux Geeks do..