I was planning to spend my evening shit-posting on the birdsite until I saw @hannesm mention Iuventa and 3sat. After watching the documentary I really don’t feel like making pointless jokes on social media anymore...
While on the topic I would suggest you read this paper, especially chapter 3.3 on feature creep:
This (confidential) presentation by Intel on vPRO/ME “security” features should give everyone a proper headache. Intel, why are you accelerating the feature creep train so hard?
This is a german Op-ed called “No summer fairytale” by a (Swiss) Weatherman who has been working and living in Germany for the past 20-ish years.
“Germany is scared of climate change – and of ventilators. While the next climate catastrophe looms in the coming winter, the Government does nothing. Because they do not want to put off the many “Stupid”.”
It's one of the few places online that really feels genuine, it doesn't leave me feeling worse than when I logged on, and almost everyone I've interacted with has been pretty great. Mastodon is really based around communities of real people, not brands or shallow interests.
I need work. If you have use for software development in Python or C, on Linux or Debian, I'm available: short-term contracts, or part-time or full-time employment. I can do coding, and software architecture. I can work remotely. I reside in Finland, if that matters.
Lots of detailed documentation, datasheets and specs of POWER9 and Raptor Engineering’s Talos II: processor user guide, full register documentation, PCIe controller, and much more! #PowerPC
So for all the webmail stuff you have many 2FA options but what about smtp&imap? Is client certificates on a smartcard/hardware token what’s currently doable without having to patch the software stack or using/doing custom hardware?
What do people running their own mail servers (smtp&imap) do for strong authentication?
Keywords in my defense: student, exchange semester, Sweden, Systembolaget
I understand if people unfollow me now, I will not hold it against them/you.
Going through my old records after quite some time, I have determined that I used to have equal parts good, comically bad and *meh* taste in music.
ETHZ is building a research computer called Enzian consisting of a Cavium ThunderX-1 and a large FPGA.
In the FAQ they are throwing some shade at blockchain and cryptocurrency people:
"Q. Can I use this for blockchain operations or cryptocurrency mining?
A. You are not our target audience for this platform."
Looks like public moaning and shaming worked: there are hints that Intel will disable Hyperthreading in future processors.
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