Good luck with the elections, Thailand!
Surprisingly insightful article about Amazon (and Walmart).
(via Matt Levine's excellent Money Stuff newsletter)
@mheiber Thanks for sharing. Looks like a transparent clickbait hit piece from someone who works for a (would-be?) competitor. I'm no Jenkins fan, but I'd rather hear from someone more impartial.
So I got a PlayStation 4, my first gaming console ever, and I have many #gameing questions now, but the most important is:
if you buy The Witness with an extended warranty, are you in The Witness Protection Program
@ehashman imagine a beowulf cluster of these k8s clusters
Larry Lessig is whipping the New Hampshire Legislature to support Ranked Choice Voting in their presidential primary.
You can help!
Really enjoying this new puzzle game:
(Pro-tip: if playing on an Android device, save it to your home screen; it makes better use of your display.)
@ehashman Congratulations! (Too bad they list your twitter handle and not mastodon tho ):
Big #urbit update: the ethereum bootstrap contract is apparently live, and Yarvin has permanently left Tlon.
Is a paragraph is missing in this NYT piece?
Usually, an NYT leak piece starts with "$thing happpened, according to people familiar with it who asked not to be named for $reasons". Not so here.
In para #4, it goes "[more stuff], the people said... [even more stuff], the people said". What people? The other "people" uses are #16, "... according to the people familiar with the inquiry," and
#21, "according to people familiar with their thinking."
Unlike traditional social networks, Scuttlebutt has no servers. Members store all their personal data on their own computer or phone, and connect directly to their friends' devices in order to update statuses. Scuttlebutt also works offline.
It's currently available on @fdroidorg and Google Play. (Note it's still in beta and many features are missing.)
@qrs Modchips of the State has been released on https://media.ccc.de/v/35c3-9597-modchips_of_the_state
Generalistic and moderated instance.