"The Hottest Chat App for Teens Is … Google Docs" by Taylor Lorenz https://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2019/03/hottest-chat-app-teens-google-docs/584857/
Side note: how does Taylor Lorenz figure all this stuff out? Does she hang out with high-school kids? Does she have kids herself, and do their classmates warily regard them as snitches who might spill their secrets to adults who read The Atlantic?
i was out to dinner with an australian friend one time, and we got to arguing whether it was monday or tuesday, and in the course of the argument she grazed my hand while making a gesture and we both blushed and anyway that's when i realized this wasn't just dinner with a friend anymore... we had crossed the international date line
90s microsoft: gobernment, can we pwease bundwe our bwowser software wid our opewating system
us government: no fuck you we are suing your ass into the next century
2010s google: hey so we're gonna own a phone OS, the worlds most popular web browser, the browser rendering engine that everyone else except firefox uses, the worlds most popular search engine, and the worlds most popular email service, that cool?
us government: *looks up from playing pokemon* huh? what? oh yeah whatever dont care
So I'm still experimenting issues with an external HDD on Linux and was hoping someone could help me out. Basically, I have a toshiba external HDD that in both NTFS or ext4 copies very slowly like 5mb/s, but if I use it in a Windows OS it copies normally (average 100mb/s). I've tried several ways of formatting in gparted and can't find a decent solution. When I start transferring files to my ext hdd basically it starts at 100mb/s but slowly decreases until it reaches like 5mb/s.
Zuckerberg says, ""I understand that many people don't think Facebook can or would even want to build this kind of privacy-focused platform -- because frankly we don't currently have a strong reputation for building privacy protective services."
I call that the understatement of the decade.
"Facebook to refocus messaging around encryption and privacy | ZDNet"
True or false:
According to my research — a nationally representative phone survey conducted in January and February — a majority of Americans think this is true.
It isn’t. Not even close.
I had to add a vector image of a CNN model to my poster last week and this repository which has some amazing Latex codes for drawing CNNs saved quite a bit of my time:
This is an excellent testimonial to FOSS systems. Regardless of your thoughts on the quality of the product, people bought these things for $900 American. Now, the company is gone and the servers are being shut down. This formerly $900 device is useless for anything other than parts.
"Dying social robot Jibo goes out with a song and a dance"
@domenic the thread remains, closed, in all its original glory
"University of California terminates subscriptions with world’s largest scientific publisher in push for open access to publicly funded research"
Context for those not in the US: this is huge. UC is a uniquely enormous and influential university system in our country. When they do things, many other universities follow suit.
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