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Monday April 22, 2019. 03:43 AM
Fast Company shares an essay from an anthropologist who researches human agency, algorithms, AI, and automation in the context of social systems: With the advent of computational tools for quantitative measurement and metrics, and the development of machine learning based on ...
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Having a portable charger these days is a must. Between smartphones, tablets, and watches, it’s impossible to get through the day without desperately hunting for a power outlet. Fortunately, there are some great […] The post Battery Pack Deals: Save Up to 75% Off on...
    Geek - Apr 22, 03:00 AM
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This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: Alpine Linux 3.9.2News: Manjaro's ARM port now offered through the main project's website, Obarun releases S6 init tools, Ubuntu working on better ZFS support, Ubuntu Studio 18.04 gains longer term support, Sam Hartman becomes...
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The 5.1-rc6 kernel prepatch is out for testing. 'It's Easter Sunday here, but I don't let little things like random major religious holidays interrupt my kernel development workflow. The occasional scuba trip? Sure. But everybody sitting around eating traditional foods? No....
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Alex Gaynor is a software engineer at Mozilla working on Firefox, after previously serving as a director of both the Python Software Foundation and the Django Software Foundation. In a new blog post today, he argues that memory unsafe languages, 'principally C and C++,'...
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Our planet is home to many interesting creatures, and to celebrate Earth Day 2019, Google created the ultimate Doodle that admires Mother Nature’s beauty. When you click on the Earth Day 2019 Google […] The post Google’s Earth Day Doodle Celebrates the Beauty of Our Planet...
    Geek - Apr 22, 01:04 AM
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An anonymous reader quotes The Next Web: As stunning and ground-breaking as it is, the EHT project is not just about taking on a challenge. It's an unprecedented test of whether Einstein's ideas about the very nature of space and time hold up in extreme circumstances, and...
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Having the right playlist or podcast can make a difference for your workouts. And, if you’re looking for a wearable that offers high-tech tracking and audio perks, the Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music is […] The post Geek Pick: Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music Elevates Your Workout...
    Geek - Apr 22, 12:10 AM
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Rolling release operating systems are really cool, because they are constantly being updated. This can ensure that the user is kept up-to-date without effort. Why is that good? Well, vulnerabilities are patched quickly, while the latest and greatest features of popular...
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Sunday April 21, 2019. 11:20 PM
'Red Hat is taking over maintenance responsibilities for OpenJDK 8 and OpenJDK 11 from Oracle,' reports InfoWorld: Red Hat will now oversee bug fixes and security patches for the two older releases, which serve as the basis for two long-term support releases of Java. Red...
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NomadBSD is a 64-bit live system for USB flash drives, based on FreeBSD. The project's latest release, NomadBSD 1.2, is based on FreeBSD 12.0. The new version includes on-disk documentation, enables TRIM support and fixes a number of issues related to video drivers. "We are p...
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'Big changes are here,' writes the official blog for Bluecherry: In 2010 we released our multi-port MPEG4 video capture card with an open source driver (solo6x10) and in 2011 updated the driver to support our multi-port H.264 capture cards. Later, this open source driver was ...
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'The new Fieldbus system has been deemed ready to be released into the staging area of the Linux kernel,' writes jwhyche (Slashdot reader #6,192). Phoronix reports: This newest subsystem for the Linux kernel benefits industrial systems. Fieldbus is a set of network protocols ...
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Two gray whales that stranded in beaches in the San Francisco Bay Area died from blunt force trauma that can be attributed to ship strikes, scientists said Friday. Researchers from The Marine Mammal […] The post Gray Whales Killed By Ship Strikes in San Francisco Bay Area...
    Geek - Apr 21, 09:57 PM
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'At the first annual charity event conducted by Puget Sound Programming Python on April 2, four legendary language creators came together to discuss the past and future of language design,' reports PacktPub. - Guido van Rossum, the creator of Python - James Gosling, the...
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In what is being hailed as a lucky accident, a salvage team looking for containers that had fallen off a transport ship in Dutch waters discovered a 16th-century shipwreck on the North Sea floor. […] The post Sonar ‘Accidentally’ Detects 16th-Century Dutch Shipwreck appeared...
    Geek - Apr 21, 07:55 PM
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Bearhouse shares a new study from the UK's 'National Cyber Security Centre,' which advises the public on computer security, about the world's most-frequently cracked passwords. It's probably no surprise to the Slashdot readership: people use bad passwords. A recent study of...
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A once-underground movement of Finnish girls who conduct elaborate dressage routines with toy hobbyhorses has gone mainstream, with coaches, competitions and trainers, and is spreading abroad. The subculture came together through quiet internet message boards that...
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Josh Quiggin's essay about 'Transactional Trumpism' really nailed it for me: if the story is that Republicans chose Trump as their candidate because they were sure that he would enact 'the Republican agenda' they didn't get a very good deal: all Trump has managed is the bare ...
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Northeastern grocery chain Stop & Shop has been goosing its profits at its workers' expense, increasing their healthcare costs, reducing company pension contributions, and reducing holiday and Sunday overtime pay; the United Food & Commercial Workers, who organize the Stop & ...
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