I wrote a bit of code that prints the progress of the current year in percentage allong with a small graph.
I didn’t waste time creating this, it was actually a great learning experience. Yet when I use it and stare at the output I get the feeling I am wasting my precious life.
Question, why does play.golang.org think its 2009?
Rampant EU surveillance research has been impossible to keep track of. The platform Open Security Data Europe now tracks how billions of public funds have been spent on such projects.
Great initiative by @CaitLChandler@twitter.com, @firstname.lastname@example.org & @email@example.com.
I've started watching Todd McLeod's #golang course on Udemy and the guy is consuming alcohol on-screen. A lot actually. After downing a can or two of Guiness he is busy with a bottle of wine. no.sure.what.think
My tinfoil hat is tingling when I see an open letter regarding RMS hosted on a site owned by Microsoft. 😅
In other news, this couldn't be made today. Its so blunt and explicit at times. 😅
The Guardian: " Far-right supporters move to open source to evade censorship "
It is a hitpiece on the FediVerse and now we all may be far-right. This is a terrible article and it sounds like seething journo's that some people are able to interact without oversight from Twitter's safety council.
The waves of nostalgia keep washing over me as I digitize my vast CD collection into MP3s.
Adding to this; it surprises me how some of my obscure CDs are found by MusicBrainz (like some weird compilation CD that was included with a magazine back in 1996), but something I expect to be there because it was heavily promoted around that time? Start entering these details manually! 😅
Het lijkt lekkerder dan dat het smaakt. 😕
Since end 2020 @Facebook@twitter.com banned linking in FB posts to https://delta.chat stating "violation of community standards". Multiple people filed complaints but nothing happened, no responses, no explanations, nothing. Please help (RT/like or comment how to proceed). Thanks!
Organize your exported Google Photos collection with this Python script because Google's Takeout is a mess if you want to move them
It was news we knew would eventually come. After offering free unlimited high-quality backups since 2015, Google Photos will begin counting storage for high-quality uploads against your Google Account beginning June 2, 2021.
Naturally, people have started to consider what they’ll do with their photo and video collection when the time comes. One option is to export your photos and go with an alternative service. You can use Google Takeout to download your entire library, but using that option may result in some headaches if you have a ton of photos and videos. That’s because, for whatever reason, Google chose to export photos separated by folders with .json files inside. But what if you just want to have a single folder containing all of your photos in chronological order, or if you want to organize all of your photos by month and year? https://squeet.me/objects/962c3e10330308eecf7919527d39071aa7a2af4c
I passed my AWS Certified Developer -- Associate exam, to celebrate AWS decided to wreck their infrastructure! ;-)
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