#Netblocks suit les interruptions de services sur #internet au #Venezuela, concomitantes aux interventions de Juan Guaidó. Ici, les coupures au moment du coup d'état raté du 30 avril.

Internet services restricted in Venezuela amid uprising - NetBlocks

#censure #censorship

Is there an equivalent in #mastodon for "Share link with...", e.g., for Diaspora: `share.diasporafoundation.org/?{title}&url=`?

@ohyran Wow, that's very funny. My reading:

MS: "Sorry, prices are going up!"

Cern: "Really? OK, we'll not only replace you, we'll publish guides so everyone can replace you too."

MS: "Oh look, ha ha, there was an extra zero on that price quote, it was just a typo, would you like another glass of champagne?"

This podcast made me very angry. The effects Tory austerity has had on disabled people in the UK. After a lot of hard-won gains for disability rights in the 80s and 90s, the Cameron government rolled most of those gains back in the bogus pursuit of austerity.


It was a great night, lots of interesting people and I think there were a few people there you knew.

Just about to head into the Open Source Awards in Edinburgh. Be interesting to see who's there

At the . So far I've been having a blast and it's not kicked off properly yet.

My concern is that giving up that genetic data is part of the drip, drip, drip erosion of privacy. I'm well aware that I already gave alot of it away when using Google. But my uncle understands tech, but not the privacy concerns. It's not so much that particular company its everything.

Interesting to see the mainstream talking open source. Not sure I'd agree with the term imitation when Amazon forked mongoDB.

Google Takes a Friendlier Path to Open Source Than Amazon -- The Motley Fool

Google makes a move designed to lure the open-source community to its side.



So there you have it, privacy goes out the door. Some of my DNA is already in a database like that because my uncle did one of those DNA tests. Not something I gave permission for. But law enforcement is the first step. Down the line that data will be sold on for commercial purposes. Like health insurance.

I just got a promo email from Digital Ocean, because I created a tiny droplet there a few years ago (too expensive really). "A new kind of Droplet." I don't care. Don't you guys understand?

Say this like Cptn Kirk:

There's no security and it is too dangerous litigation-wise. Plus Zero trust. And your spooks and corps pwn everything.

The whole world knows that.

Agents de l'Education nationale : témoignez de vos usages numériques pour participer à la définition des outils numériques de demain

Nous recherchons activement des profils enseignants et non-enseignants à interviewer dans le cadre de la conception des outils numériques de demain au service des agents de l’Éducation nationale

Date limite de candidature le 7 mai

plus de détails

#éducation #numérique #administration

What shall we do with a sunken R'yleh
What shall we do with a sunken R'yleh
What shall we do with a sunken R'yleh
Er-lie in the morning

Send in the Navy drone subs
Send in the Navy drone subs
Send in the Navy drone subs
Er-lie in the morning

What shall we do with Cyclopean pillars
What shall we do with Cyclopean pillars
What shall we do with Cyclopean pillars
Er-lie in the morning

Scan em with top secret radar
Scan em with top secret radar
Scan em with top secret radar
Er-lie in the morning

Oh my goodness I've just learned a thing about The Matrix that causes it to make a lot more sense: In the original script the humans were used as neural network compute clusters by the Machines and as a crucial component of The Matrix itself.

Which is why humans who were aware of the simulation could control aspects of The Matrix - their minds were part of its foundation.

Unfortunately the test audiences had trouble understanding this concept so the studio changed the human role to "batteries".

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