Just wondering if there's anything worthwhile I'm going to miss by blackholing that entire domain from my network, is all
Today in science on the internet:
Dr. Luis Bertelli of Los Alamos National Lab will present the tragic and bizarre story of the notorious 1987 radiological exposure incident in Brazil. Many books and articles have looked at this event, but this livestream will be special, since Dr. Bertelli is an internal dosimetrist who led a radiation assessment team that responded to this event.
The catch: it's on Youtube. The URL is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9s5ahO9jQpM from 5 to 6 pm Pacific time today.
Someone "ported" the Windows Calculator to linux but cautions us it doesn't support things like keyboard input or GPU acceleration.
In a world with GPU-accelerated four-function calculator programs, nobody gets to make fun of my shitty old HP 28s.
'Cause privacy is my middle name
My last name is control
Janet Jackson, "Nasty", 1986 album "Control," a series of treatises on info tech: interoperability ("He Doesn't Know I'm Alive"), data migration ("You Can Be Mine"), rate limiting ("Let's Wait A While"), and resource allocation ("When I Think of You").
She would revisit info tech in her 2001 album "All for You", featuring songs about availability ("Come On Get Up"), app marketing ("China Love"), and Bitcoin ("Doesn't Really Matter").
9FRONT "EMAILSCHADEN" RELEASED
In this release:
- New date/time formatting/parsing API in libc
- Kernel updates for Raspberry PI4 8GB model
- Intel wireless driver now supports 8000 and 9000 family cards
- New Thinkpads now fully supported: T480, T495
- Big kernel PCI code overhaul
AND MORE: http://9front.org/releases/
Turns it out doesn't matter how much of your life you devote to a global corporate hegemony: they still don't give a shit about you, and they never will.
ne plus intra
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko