Logical fallacies explained by robots!
By Michele Rosenthal. Source:
Looks like Google is trying to gain even more control in the open source world. Don't ever give away your rights to them.
The CEOs of Google, Apple, Facebook, and Amazon tried to shift the narrative about whether their companies are monopolies. But their statements don’t match reality. Read more here: https://protonmail.com/blog/tech-ceos-hearing/
Google faces charges for breaching data privacy rules again.
The allegation states that Google misled consumers in order to extract the maximum amount of personal information combined with internet activity.
#Git 2.28 👇🤓 (with configurable default/main branch name)
Day 73 of the #100DaysToOffload Series:
Courts in this case have made a frankly stupid decision. My response.
I've been getting really into #reason lately and I'm quickly falling in love.
Right now I'm following Pailey Quilts' tutorial on writing a text editor , but using Reason and #revery instead of C.
I thought this might be of interest to others so I'm writing a tutorial of my own following the shape of Pailey's original guide.
I'm also hoping writing about this will help me actually /finish/ a project this time 😬
Check it out!
Forgot to mention that I added @keyoxide to my article 'Keybase, Zoom and Messaging'
I finally watched Hamilton tonight.
I need you to understand something. I’ve worked every side of musicals except on-stage. I’ve worked backstage as a tech. I’ve been a musician. I’ve arranged music. I did audio and ran lights. No one ever got me drunk enough to sing on stage. So it’s with a certain level of professionalism that I say this:
It’s one of the greatest things they’ve ever put on a stage.
As some of you are aware, I contemplated switching to a static site yesterday. That thought has been slung from the window at a rapid rate. Here's my completely unqualified rant:
Thank you to everyone who took the time to send me their thoughts and suggestions.
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