Cyber-Murphy's Laws of Robotics, Investment, And Gambling
1. Humans should not build machines whose behaviour they cannot predict, even though it is trivial to do so.
2. If humans ever do 1, as a game or joke, they should certainly never give those machines control of their lives.
3. If humans ever do 1 and 2, they should then not be at all surprised when those machines do things to their lives that they didn't predict, that aren't good, and that they can't stop.
World Bicycle Day is celebrated on June 3rd every year. The day is celebrated to spread awareness about the health and environmental benefits of cycling.
Why this day is celebrated :-
* Increased bicycle use means lower greenhouse gas emissions: Cycling contributes to mitigation of carbon dioxide emissions as it possesses an intrinsic zero-emissions value. Cycling reduces air pollutants and reduces noise pollution and traffic congestion.
* Cycling can lead to a healthier life both in fitness and reduced stress.
* Cycling saves money: Bikes are less expensive to buy, are free to ride, and are less expensive to maintain than cars.
* Environmental awareness: To raise awareness about the local environment and sustainable consumption and production.
🌱🚲 I urge those who love to and can to #GoGreen
Happy World Bicycle Day!
You sometimes hear people say Linux (and by extension Open Source) "won" because of how ubiquitous it is in Android phones and IoT devices.
Yet today's release of Google's new OS Fuchsia on Nest devices points to a future where Linux is left behind. This is a future where the dominant OSes on devices are Fuchsia, iOS, and Windows.
I can unfollow crossposter's accounts, but I don't want to unfollow everyone who boosts a twitter crosspost.
Please, #fediverse, let's boost the fediverse, not twitter. If we want to share a good tweet, let's treat it like any other URL from the web.
Fosstodon is an English speaking Mastodon instance that is open to anyone who is interested in technology; particularly free & open source software.