I've been taking notes on my computer for years now, and even I've noticed my retention is garbage. Has anybody moved from taking notes by computer to taking notes by hand again and seen a difference in how well they remember things?
"Take Notes by Hand for Better Long-Term Comprehension – Association for Psychological Science"
Love how this looks. I really need more free time...
"You Can Build This Fantastic Retro-Styled Raspberry Pi Computer"
I don't mean to brag, but.....
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This sounds cool. I tried setting it up, but I can't reach the git repo (might be my corporate firewall having a good time with me). Has anybody else done this and what did you think? Thanks for the article @kyle!
"What Really IRCs Me: Mastodon | Linux Journal"
Anyone using an alternative Android OS besides Lineage? Like GrapheneOS, CalyOS, /e/ etc. I hear about Lineage all the time, but I'm curious how well these other Andoid open source alternatives work. Planning on trying GrapheneOS on my Pixel3a this week. #degoogle
None of you have ever gone THIS retro.... If I'm wrong, I REALLY want to hear about it.
"The Most Retro Way to Run Terminal Commands on Linux, Period - OMG! Ubuntu!"
If you're interested in the nuts and bolts of how Mastodon/ActivityPub works.
"what happens when you activity post"
Looks like an interesting project.
"Smart Speaker from Scratch | Hackaday.io"
The Trump administration is not the first administration to propose this type of thing. Even assuming the United States government would never abuse this if it were to happen, if the US government can break the encryption, other governments and corporations and individuals can as well.
"Trump officials weigh encryption crackdown"
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