pristine-lfs: a robust replacement for pristine-tar https://peertube.debian.social/videos/watch/a15d9baf-50b7-4c6c-9a49-0f8dda7ec022
This is the year of #Matrix.
We are seeing it as the bridge between decentralised system - https://www.theregister.com/2021/01/20/matrix_slack/
The universal communication bus - https://medium.com/@ericmigi/the-universal-communication-bus-42dfb9a141ad
Running whole conferences - https://matrix.org/blog/2021/01/04/taking-fosdem-online-via-matrix/
This is the year of the Decentralised Web / Dweb
@firstname.lastname@example.org — hmm, this mention didn’t work!
I’m trying to use fed.brid.gy, but I keep getting an error, "401: Public key not found for key acct:email@example.com". From the logs it seems some other users are also getting this error, any clue what might be the reason?
This is a fascinating and quite accessible (for computer nerds at leasy) explanation of how the vaccine works at the RNA level.
In this post, we'll reverse-engineer the actual mRNA code of the @BioNTech_Group@twitter.com/@pfizer SARS-CoV-2 vaccine, character for character. And along the way, this will also explain how the vaccine works. Surprisingly, there are some fun mysteries in there!
Anyway, here's a Mexican with some holiday cheer as he sells some butane.
However, the more realistic depiction would be to keep the intonations, mimics and other bits, but to make the accent less harsh. Oh, and to keep it to those people who can’t imitate accents — so Villanelle would have to speak without Russian accent at all most of the time.
Actually, I guess that the viewers’ experience might be the reason for the haRRRRsh RRRRashen akcent: when the viewers hear it, they immediately perceive the character as an authentic-sounding Russian, whereas a real Russian accent would probably not make such an impression.
And I’m not even mentioning that when speaking to other Russians, why wouldn’t she just speak Russian? Of course, that’d be more difficult to film, actors would need more training and the speech would need to be subtitled.
It often requires effort to make a better-sounding accent, but for people who can do that, the effortless accent is not the same as just pronouncing English with Russian phonetics. The effortless accent is very often something sounding much closer to the ‘proper’ English than e.g. what Villanelle would speak in to when she’s not pretending to be English.
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