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jeudi 27 juin 2019, 14:11
Bob Shaw's 'Light of Other Days', nominated for a Hugo award in 1967, presented the concept of slow glass: a material that takes light days, months or even years to pass through. A pane set in front of a lake for a decade, for example, could then be sold to city-dwellers...
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In case it wasn't clear from the Google pedigree, Google Go has a ton of support in the coding world. Already, this new programming language is the fourth most active on Github, and developers who work with Go are the third-highest paid globally in the Stack Overflow...
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Working for a ride-sharing company like Uber or Lyft can be a tough gig that offers low pay, long hours that keep drivers on there road and away from the people they love and, at times, wheeling under dangerous working conditions. In some parts of the world, pissed off...
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Last December, 23-year old Ebony Johnson shot 27-year old Marshae Jones during an argument outside of a Dollar General store in Birmingham, Alabama. The gunshot wound to the stomach caused Jones to miscarry a 5-month pregnancy. Ebony Johnson was initially charged with...
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We are on the verge of the next big thing in home networking, which is 802.11ax -- also known as Wi-Fi 6. The truth, however, is it will be a very long time before a majority of households have 802.11ax routers or devices. Hell, I know many people still using 802.11G and N...
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The LWN.net Weekly Edition for June 27, 2019 is available.
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I just published the 300th installment of my podcast, which has been going since 2006 (!); I present a reading of my EFF Deeplinks essay Adversarial Interoperability: Reviving an Elegant Weapon From a More Civilized Age to Slay Today's Monopolies, where I introduce the idea...
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mercredi 26 juin 2019, 22:56
It hasn't even been a full week since Riviera City, a town that fell victim to ransomware hackers, paid almost $600,000 in an attempt to regain control of vital city networks. Today, there's news that the government of yet another Florida town, Lake City, has voted to pay...
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Their paws were fast as lightning. Pew, pew, pew! This is EPIC! Still better than a Mayweather fight Really need to know the story behind this video capture, apparently shot from a small plane.
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Carla doesn't care much for fancy pens. She wants ones that are foolproof and cheap. That's why she likes the Bic Round Stic. I was in a generous mood, so I bought her a box of 60 Stics for $5.00 on Amazon.
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Not so fast, Boeing. The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration said today it has identified a possible new risk that Boeing will have to deal with on the 737 MAX jet series, before the grounded jet gets FAA permission to fly again. FAA told Reuters about the newly discovered ...
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Back in January, Amy Hawkins and Jeffrey Wasserstrom published a fascinating, nuanced look why Chinese state censors had banned the mention of Orwell's 'Nineteen Eighty-Four' on social media, but not the book itself. Now, the pair are back with a wider look at the way that ...
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The U.S. Customs and Border Patrol basically just admitted openly that it has all the supplies needed to take care of the children separated from their families at the border—-toothpaste, soap, beds to sleep on-- CBP just won't give any of the stuff to the detained kids....
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Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore isn't doing well in opinion polls, where he remains stuck in the teens. And that's just with Republicans! The poll from Cygnal shows Moore polling at 13 percent, placing him a distant third behind former Auburn football coach Tommy...
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Over the past couple of months, things have been moving fairly swiftly toward the establishment of a separate entity to govern the openSUSE project. The idea is mainly meant to set up an organization that can receive and disburse funds on behalf of the project, rather than...
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When federal prosecutors drag corporations into court for business practices that hurt or even kill people, it's routine for corporate counsel to ask to have the evidence in the case sealed, and for prosecutors to agree, and for judges to rubberstamp the deal, meaning that...
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A man poured acid on his own face in court in May after he was found guilty of fraud, finally dying yesterday of his injuries. Marshall, who was on bail, was carrying a metal water bottle - although CCTV footage is believed to have shown that he had sipped from it as he...
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The long-running kids' publication 'Highlights for Children' condemned the Trump administration's policy of separating children from families at the US-Mexico border in a statement published on social media. At Highlights, our core belief is that children are the world's...
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r/The_Donald still exists at Reddit, but it's been pushed into the site's 'quarantined' basement after a series of threats against police were posted there. “Recent behaviors including threats against the police and public figures is content that is prohibited by our...
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Why is gold ($41,149/kg) more expensive than other metals that are as rare or rarer, such as ruthenium ($9,000/kg)? This video explains why. Image: YouTube
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