Just a lawsuit at this point, but if it turns out to be true it shows a extreme effort to limit freedom of the press in the US. — https://www.dpreview.com/news/1676155974/aclu-files-first-amendment-lawsuit-against-us-government-on-behalf-of-5-photojournalists
Corporate social networks will go where ever there is money. — http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Optipess/~3/unCJHkkcSt8/
Turns out you don't really swallow spiders in your sleep.
Darn! I liked that myth!
“The technology behind the internet is not incompatible with our rights, but the business model Facebook and Google have chosen is.”
Yep, that’s Amnesty International saying that.
Perhaps we can get the military logistics folks more interested in Open Source too. Being able to fundamentally adjust functionality of devices in critical situations could be a strategic advantage. — https://www.nytimes.com/2019/11/20/opinion/military-right-to-repair.html?emc=rss&partner=rss
Lived in Texas long enough that I'm now annoyed when a spell checker doesn't have "ya'll" in its dictionary.
Normally, this isn't something I'd post on social media. But all the reviews say that the plugin options aren't widely know about in the US. Trying to publicize them some more in my own small way.
Over the last ten years I've driven about 8,000 miles per year. Which is just less than 25 miles a day. Clearly there are days that are spikes, the standard deviation is probably 10, but I'm hoping those numbers show that it is reasonable to expect that most of my travels will be electric from now on. To the future!
The term "virtual policing" is the new "surveillance state." — https://www.dallasobserver.com/news/dpd-rolls-out-new-tech-at-problem-gas-stations-11797764
Stoked that the new voting machines in my area do all the input on a touch screen, and then print the results on a paper ballot. That paper is then transfered to a separate counting machine. Good stuff. Easy to audit.
Perhaps if people won't believe scientists that climate change is happening, they'll believe wine makers having to adjust centuries old processes. — https://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2019/11/05/773097167/climate-change-is-disrupting-centuries-old-methods-of-winemaking-in-france?utm_medium=RSS&utm_campaign=news
The future is yours, if you can figure out how to build it. — http://feeds.fastcompany.com/~r/fastcodesign/feed/~3/Bw6rw7kUVuw/ikea-tarot-cards-let-you-see-the-future
Act like you care about the science while you're just looking at cute pictures of rats in cars. — https://arstechnica.com/?p=1594873
Pragmatic idealist. Building a company Axiom. Worked on Ubuntu Phone. Inkscape co-founder. Probably human.
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