@aran I agree, but some are pretty good. Calendar for example is great, contacts is fantastic. Tasks works great. We at DT using it daily
"Opening up even small parts of the chipmaking process is anathema to many in the $400 billion industry. But if enough companies commit to an #OpenSource approach, that could create a shared pool of knowledge that may be hard for #Intel and #Arm to keep up with."
Have you heard about https://gup.pe? I haven't seen a lot of posts about it, but it's this cool thing where you can create an account based on a subject, and it will boost all posts that tag its username in the post.
I am following @plants to see all the pretty spring stuff. If you post any flowers, plants, trees, etc. tag it! If you want to see those posts, follow it. It's the closest thing to being able to follow a hashtag, so it'd be awesome if the groups get more use.
Twitter REMOVES posts by Brazil’s Bolsonaro in crackdown on information that may increase risk of Covid-19 spread
In an unprecedented move, Twitter has yanked two posts by Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, in which he takes aim at coronavirus lockdowns as part of his controversial campaign to avoid the shutdown of the economy. Read Full Article at RT.com
"I’ve received some important information relating to what’s going on in Gold markets. Today, some banks failed to deliver physical in the comex bar EFP. As a result, these banks suffered large losses which will soon be announced. They’ve also decided to exit the comex market." - Roy Sebag (founder of #goldmoney)
#gold #comex #lbma #finance
Police breaking up a picnic at Cheltenham beach (AKL, NZ) this morning 😂
GreenTunnel — anti-censorship proxy/tunnel utility
Embedded Inside Minecraft Is The Uncensored Library Of Articles That Can Get You Killed In Some Countries
Unicode 13 adds Creative Commons symbols! This toot licensed under U+1F16D https://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/Unicode-13.0/U130-1F100.pdf
"A tiny backend bug at Let’s Encrypt almost broke millions of websites. A five-day scramble ensured it didn’t." Great recap of how Let's Encrypt managed to have 1.7 of 3 mln websites renew their certificate after a software bug -> https://www.wired.com/story/lets-encrypt-internet-calamity-that-wasnt/
Pakistan's Women's March: Shaking patriarchy 'to its core' https://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/features/pakistan-women-march-shaking-patriarchy-core-200308095635489.html
I just stumbled upon Adminer, threw that one PHP file on a server, tried it out with a Postgres database, and... wow, is it good!