Plasma 5.21 is out and it is the prettiest thing ever. Check out the new wallpaper, the easy-to-use application launcher, the brand new system monitor, and dozens of other improvements that make 5.21 the ideal desktop for you.
Did you know that elephants have maternities as well? (special places where they give birth). Kereita Forest is one such place. Elephants travel many kilometers around June or July to give birth in the forest and spend 2-3 months before moving back to the Northern Aberdares. #Kenya
Technology as it Should Be
"The power of control by Big-Tech in the app store is but a small example of exploitation of our digital lives. If you don’t control the software, the companies who wrote that software control you. You become a digital prisoner."
The Inkajijik (Maasai houses) are these loaf-shaped (and sometimes circular) huts made of a mud plaster consisting of cow's urine, cow dung, grass, and sticks. Traditionally, they were crafted to suit their semi-nomadic lifestyles and thus very temporary in nature.
Herramienta para convertir direcciones postales en coordenadas geográficas y UTM http://www.mundivideo.com/coordenadas.htm
Un pequeño truco para las conexiones ssh https://victorhckinthefreeworld.com/2018/04/03/un-pequeno-truco-para-las-conexiones-ssh/
Sacaron un app para autodiganosticarse coronavirus y se quedaban con tus datos: DNI, edad etc para venderlos a terceras empresas.
Esto es una app que hace lo mismo pero de código abierto y que no se queda con tus datos: https://github.com/celiavelmar/open-covid19-test
(Enlace de la aplicación en funcionamiento por si a alguien le interesa: https://celiavelmar.github.io/open-covid19-test/ )
With GNOME 3.36 just around the corner, GNOME developer Kalev Lember has given us a video showing off some of the new changes. Check it out and consider subscribing to his new YouTube channel!
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