This is worth a periodic re-share:
"Command-line Tools can be 235x Faster than your Hadoop Cluster"
Because sometimes the old ways are good ways. 🧓
Sry for birbsite link, but this is too good: https://twitter.com/aleli_arch/status/1062684922069114880
It's almost like a horse race: https://forkmonitor.info/nodes/bch
The US have spent $5,900,000,000,000 on war since 2001: https://news.antiwar.com/2018/11/14/study-us-has-spent-5-9-trillion-on-wars-since-2001/
"More people died from drug overdoses in 2017 than guns, murders, or car accidents": https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/more-people-died-from-drug-overdoses-in-2017-than-guns-murders-or-car-accidents
Note: "vehicle incidents" are also considerably more than gun deaths, and as pedestrians and cyclists, we're most vulnerable to those. Our countries have been optimized for cars over people during the last 100 years, and we need to reverse that.
This could be good: https://thecorrespondent.com
Apparently it's not that hard to track someone's position behind walls (e.g. in their home or office from the outside) using only a smartphone and the body's wi-fi interference: https://www.technologyreview.com/s/612375/using-wi-fi-to-see-behind-closed-doors-is-easier-than-anyone-thought/
Had a bit of fun playing with the Mapbox API's static image generator today (creating my own static maps from recorded Strava activities). So I thought why not add a mini world map to my current location on https://sebastian.kip.pe. Totally worth it.
(Meanwhile, GBG, Schober, etc. just don't care, because GDPR actually allows them to sell your data without consent.)
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