Goodbye PCs, it's been nice knowing you. Hello, desktop as a service
We'll still have PCs on our desks, but with the rise of desktop-as-a-service and software-as-a-service, we're returning to smart-terminals and time-sharing services.
Write history for the Library of Congress’ crowdsourcing project
Transcribe documents for By the People.
The Librem 5 smartphone -- running GNU/Linux -- is "confirmed for Q3 product shipping."
"Purism has a long history of giving back and working with upstreams and continues to release everything Purism authors under free software licenses in accordance to Purism’s Social Purpose Corporation Articles of Incorporation." #LibremOne
Google Camera 6.2 app mod adds 2.4/1.5f aperture switching support for Samsung Galaxy phones https://www.xda-developers.com/google-camera-mod-aperture-samsung-galaxy/
ExpanDrive now supports Nextcloud https://www.expandrive.com/map-nextcloud-mac-windows-linux/
Forbes: A Chromebook's Superb Security Is Another Good Reason To Leave Windows 10's Update Failures Behind.
Sky News: Rooftop bees survive Notre-Dame fire after being 'drunk'.
Google has a short memory. Is this MapReduce (and its derivatives) fault, or just a marketing strategy?
What would be the best way to index and serve the whole web? I'm thinking graphs since the web = knowledge and these things are never flat
When browsers are made by advertising companies:
"With privacy and online tracking being such a large problem and major concern for many users, you would think that browser developers would give you the option to disable anything that could affect your privacy."
"Security" and "privacy" mean different things for different people. Here are some tips for assessing your own situation to decide what types of security and privacy are most important to you. https://ssd.eff.org/en/module/assessing-your-risks
New battery will give electric cars over 600 miles of range
High-density battery technology could eliminate range anxiety, reduce costs and decrease the risk of cars catching fire
#Mastodon v2.8.0rc1 is out, the first release candidate for testing
Read the changelog at the link above!
#Carnet is a free open alternative to Google Keep. It includes text, images, audio, todo lists and syncing features.
It's currently available for Android (on Google Play and F-Droid), Linux, and NextCloud.
You can follow it here:
You can find out more and contribute on its git page:
The lead developer is here:
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!