An observation from 2019 recently uploaded. A Grey Baron (Euthalia anosia) spotted in Johor, Malaysia. A rare butterfly, it looks very different from the other Baron butterflies usually found in Singapore.
On iNaturalist [ https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/69915169 ]
"NASA's Mars 2020 Perseverance mission captured thrilling footage of its rover landing in Mars' Jezero Crater on Feb. 18, 2021. The real footage in this video was captured by several cameras that are part of the rover's entry, descent, and landing suite."
Use case: starting a new job, taking a uni course, writing a masters thesis, plus personal goals to achieve. Walking around with a massive to do list in my head.
I'm trying out apps to keep track, but they're not integrated. Think mail in one app, calendar in another, Nextcloud + deck, tasks in a notes app. Since it's not integrated, I'm often doing double work or lose track. How do other people do this? 🤔
@gomez The more things change... , eh?
"The evidence backs a century-old theory that the nation’s greatest prehistoric monument was built in Wales and venerated for hundreds of years before being dismantled and dragged to Wiltshire, where it was resurrected as a second-hand monument." 😀
I'm thinking of getting a 3d Printer to play around with. I'd like something that has decent quality.
I'm overwhelmed by the various options. I've so far discovered at least 9 different types of print technology.
Can anyone with any experience of 3d printers help guide me to get the right type of machine?
Just in case you were thinking you had privacy under control:
Browser ‘Favicons’ Can Be Used as Undeletable ‘Supercookies’ to Track You Online
"According to a researcher, though, these icons can also be a security vulnerability that could let websites track your movement and bypass VPNs, incognito browsing status, and other traditional methods of cloaking your movement online."
To celebrate $10k MRR, we're dedicating 5% of our revenue to the environment and open source. That's $842 in January alone!
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Nice review on DistroWatch of Split Linux. I'd never heard of it but it's an extremely interesting concept that could be a critical help for journalists, dissidents and others - especially when traveling.
A natural 'arch' that does not look like an arch.
"Shown [...] is a waterfall arch, which directly contradicts the classic arch definition of a curved structure that gains strength from the curve. Uniquely, this one consists of a straight row of discrete cubic forms and has had enough strength to stand for perhaps ten thousand years."
Here is a disturbing article:
The Genome You Sent to 23andMe Now Belongs to Richard Branson, Too
As of today you can apply to my former job! 🎉🎉 https://www.mamacash.org/en/vacancy-it-systems-network-engineer
Think selfhosted servers, IaaC (Ansible) virtualization (KVM, Ceph, Debian, Ubuntu), FOSS apps (Zimbra, Nextcloud, Rocketchat), and Linux Mint desktops.
Mama Cash is the oldest feminist fund in the world. They support women’s, girl’s and trans groups all over the world. 🌍
"The stamp, the 33rd in USPS’s Literary Arts series, features a portrait of Le Guin in front of an illustration from a scene in The Left Hand of Darkness, her beloved 1969 novel."
The new White House website has a hidden message calling for coders
I looked at the WH page source and sure enough there's a comment line "<!-- If you're reading this, we need your help building back better. https://usds.gov/ -->"
It's kind of cool but by publishing this artcle they've pretty much messed up the message's purpose.
long-time (since red hat 5.1) foss user, one time civil engineer, ESOL teacher, linguist and jack-leg programmer (LAMP) - now retired but still interested
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