It didn’t take Amazon too long to find something evil to do with their purchase of Ring https://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2019/06/police-offer-amazon-ring-free-exchange-access/592243/
i'd like to make a #boston fediverse meetup happen for local fedifolks.
please boost for visibility, and reply or dm to let me know if you'd be interested in attending such a thing
So @firstname.lastname@example.org retaliated against employees for organizing and is doubling down on it.
@lynnesbian also Phantasy Star Online (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phantasy_Star_Online), which more than justified the cost of the BBA.
@Alamantus Yup. I'm also slogging through the spec.
@jalcine That's fantastic...thanks for linking to that!
@email@example.com @soy Or stuff like "logs are usually in /var/log, config in /etc, and also check dmesg and journalctl".
@jalcine hey, they finally added some actual cleanup commands for us.
"Do your part" energy conservation plans, like turning lights off when you leave the room, are great for your energy bill, but their job as part of "lowering carbon footprints" is to deflect from the big corporations that actually use the vast majority of the power.
For example, the average US stand-alone home uses ~11,000 kWh per year.
The VERY MOST EFFICIENT roadside LED billboard uses ~61,000 kWh per year. That number rises to ~323,000 kWh at the top end.
man, the effort required to get my brain to focus on and/or do a thing sometimes is frustrating. i need to finish an online training course for human subjects research, and I can get through about 5-6 paragraphs of text before my focus just...skips off the edge of the studying and demands i check email/slack/etc for the 4000th time in the past hour.
systems developer for necsys at the mit media lab. masshole. he/him.
Octodon is a nice general purpose instance. more