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79 blogs about Computers, internet, tech. Page 2 of 4.

  1. danah boyd | apophenia
    making connections where none previously existed. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Degradation, Legitimacy Threats, and Isolation
    New research on census, youth, mental health; a recent talk and an upcoming one tl;dr: 1. New paper with Janet Vertesi: “The Resource Bind: System Failure and Legitimacy Threats in Sociotechnical Organizations” 2. “Techno-legal Solutionism: …
    By zephoria, 963 words
  2. David Mytton
    David Mytton is CEO of Console (the best tools for developers) and an active devtools investor. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Expect more overestimates of AI energy consumption
    The launch of ChatGPT on November 30, 20221 marks the beginning of the new AI era. We’ve had many AI cycles in the past going all the way back to 1966. However, the last year …
    By David Mytton, 868 words
  3. Deeplinks Blog | Electronic Frontier Foundation
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    S.T.O.P. is Working to ‘Ban The Scan’ in New York
    Facial recognition is a threat to privacy, racial justice, free expression, and information security. EFF supports strict restrictions on face recognition use by private companies, and total bans on government use of the technology. Face …
    By Christopher Vines, 576 words
  4. /dev/lawyer
    law, technology, and the space between. By Kyle E. Mitchell. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Not The Same Security Debate
    open source security today is different in kind
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  5. DK1MI.radio | Blog
    I write about my adventures in amateur radio, hardware and software projects and about IT security related topics. By Michael Clemens. 🇩🇪 More info

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    USB-C Charger for the MD-(UV)380/RT3(S)/GD-77
    In order to reduce my travelling luggage, to be able to charge my Retevis RT3S even in the event of a power failure and basically to standardise the charging of devices, I have been looking …
    By hidden (dk1mi), 216 words
  6. Emily F. Gorcenski
    The personal site of Emily Gorcenski. 🇩🇪 🇺🇸 More info

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    2024 Travelogue: Easter in Monte Carlo
    I’ve made it a habit to travel on the long easter weekend and this year found myself in the French Riviera for a beautiful, expensive weekend. I grew up not too far away from the …
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  7. Global Nerdy
    Tampa Bay techie Joey deVilla on software, hardware, and everything in between. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Video and materials from my “AI: How to Jump in Right Away” presentation for Austin Forum
    On Tuesday, April 2nd at 6:15 p.m. Central / 7:15 p.m. Eastern / 23:15 UTC, I led an online introductory session for people who to dive into AI titled AI: How to Jump In Right …
    By Joey deVilla, 153 words
  8. Gödel's Lost Letter and P=NP
    a personal view of the theory of computation. By Kenneth W. Regan, Richard Lipton. 🇺🇸 More info

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    2023 Turing Award
    Congrats to Avi Wigderson for his winning the 2023 Turing Award. It places Avi in with some of the great theorists of all time. See for other winners: Knuth, Rabin, Scott, Cook, Karp, Hopcroft, Tarjan, …
    By rjlipton, 219 words
  9. Gunther's Guides & More
    I use this website to publish guides, ramblings, and other thoughts about digital privacy & security, video game console hacking, or any other topic I find interesting. More info

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    The Internet as We Know It Is Dying
    This screenshot basically sums up “the internet as we know it”. For the past decade or so the social internet has consisted of a handful of websites that the vast majority of people frequented. The …
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  10. Gwern.net · Essays
    Personal website of Gwern Branwen (writer, self-experimenter, and programmer): topics: psychology, statistics, technology, deep learning, anime. 🇺🇸 More info

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    May 2021 Gwern.net Newsletter
    May 2021’s Gwern.net newsletter is now out; previous, April 2021 (archives). This is a collation of links and summary of major changes, overlapping with my Changelog; brought to you by my donors on Patreon.Note: I …
    By gwern, 2,085 words
  11. Hackaday
    Fresh hacks every day. By Elliot Williams. 🇺🇸 More info

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    How Do You Make A Repairable E-Reader
    Mobile devices have become notorious for their unrepairability, with glued-together parts and impossible-to-reach connectors. So it’s refreshing to see something new in that field from the e-book reader brand Kobo in the form of a …
    By Jenny List, 240 words
  12. Holovaty.com | Article archive
    Archive of articles by Adrian Holovaty. 🇳🇱 More info

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    Announcing my first proper album
    I’m very excited to announce my first proper album: Melodic Guitar Music. It’s ten original guitar tunes, inspired by Django Reinhardt, The Beatles and Chet Atkins. I’d describe the style as “Django phrasing + Chet …
    By Adrian Holovaty, 140 words
  13. Huey | Home
    I'm interested in the bits of the world where law meets technology. By Huey Lee. 🇸🇬 More info

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    Using a custom domain with Fly.io
    How to set up a custom domain with a shared IPv4 address on Fly.ioFrom 1 February 2024, Fly.io stopped providing dedicated IPv4 addresses for free and started charging for these. If you don't need a …
    By Huey, 362 words
  14. I, Cringely
    on technology. By Robert X Cringely. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Apple’s Vision Pro headset is a hobby. Why won’t Tim Cook say that?
    I’ve been following the press and social media coverage of Apple’s pricey new Vision Pro Augmented Reality headset, which now totals hundreds of stories and thousands of comments and I’ve noticed one idea missing from …
    By Robert X. Cringely, 651 words
  15. Interconnected, a blog by Matt Webb
    My notebook and space for thinking out loud since February 2000. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Being quietly radicalised by being on holiday
    I’m on my hols right now. Breakfast from the supermarket and bakery, for three people, costs a shade over 7 euros. Two fancy-pants coffees to-go costs a shade over 8 euros. That seems like the …
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  16. James Warrick
    Observations at the intersection of business and technology. More info

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    The Software Maintenance Quotient
    Image by chrisreadingfoto Everyone loves the delivery of new software features. Users appreciate the added value. Developers thrive on building new things. Companies want to strengthen market position, earn more users, and charge more. While …
    By jwarrick, 793 words
  17. Jon Udell
    Strategies for Internet citizens. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Code in Context: How AI Can Help Improve Our Documentation
    Here’s the latest installment in the series on working with LLMS: https://thenewstack.io/code-in-context-how-ai-can-help-improve-our-documentation/. Writing documentation from scratch is as uncommon as writing code from scratch. More typically, you’re updating or expanding or refactoring existing docs. My …
    By Jon Udell, 252 words
  18. joshua stein
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    Video: C Programming on System 6 - Carl Update, Test Suite, Malloc Tracing
    I've been working on Carl, my IMAP e-mail client, for the past few months. Your browser doesn't seem to support HTML video. You can download the video in H.264/AAC format instead. I need to work …
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  19. justin․searls․co
    Where Justin Searls is content to post content. 🇺🇸 More info

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    🔥 Saw a family out to dinner the other day and the…
    Saw a family out to dinner the other day and the kid ordered milk. The waiter responded, "regular or chocolate"? The mom got very mad at the waiter's mention of chocolate milk. It's a little …
    By Justin Searls, 58 words
  20. Justin's IT Blog
    Ideas, Thoughts, Concerns, and other stuff. By Justin Paul. 🇺🇸 More info

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    How to visualize Zerto metrics using Grafana
    Monitoring Zerto with Open source tools like Grafana and Prometheus The post How to visualize Zerto metrics using Grafana appeared first on Justin's IT Blog.
    By Justin Paul, 32 words