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

  1. The Overspill: when there's more that I want to say
    Charles Arthur's site for links, observations and writing. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Start Up No.2239: Instagram’s teen video trouble, US bans Kaspersky software, Musk pleas to advertisers, and more
    Warning labels on social media, like on tobacco cigarettes, face a lot of opposition. CC-licensed photo by Brian Johnson & Dane Kantner on Flickr. You can sign up to receive each day’s Start Up post …
    By charlesarthur, 3,037 words
  2. P.C. Maffey
    I write about ideas. More info

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    Counting Ghosts
    A case for abandoning web analytics
    By P.C. Maffey, 8 words
  3. Pixel Envy
    A sassy weblog written by Nick Heer with topics including technology and policy, Apple, Silicon Valley, and privacy. 🇨🇦 More info

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    ⌥ The Fight for End-to-End Encryption Is Worldwide
    Since 2022, the European Parliament has been trying to pass legislation requiring digital service providers to scan for and report CSAM as it passes through their services. Giacomo Zandonini, Apostolis Fotiadis, and Luděk Stavinoha, Balkan …
    By Nick Heer, 1,193 words
  4. Ploum.net
    A writer alternating between a bépo keyboard, to feed this blog, and old mechanical typewriters on which I imagine our futures. 🇧🇪 More info

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    Cette acceptation progressive de l’inacceptable
    Cette acceptation progressive de l’inacceptable Et du devoir moral d’être anormal Le monde, comme les moulins, c’était mieux à vent. C’est du moins ce que prétend chaque génération depuis que l’humanité existe. Je crois me …
    By Ploum, 1,990 words
  5. Pluralistic
    Daily links from Cory Doctorow – No trackers, no ads. Black type, white background. Privacy policy: we don't collect or retain any data at all ever period. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Pluralistic: Neither the devil you know nor the devil you don't (21 Jun 2024)
    Today's links Neither the devil you know nor the devil you don't: Creative workers deserve better than a choice as to who rips them off. Hey look at this: Delights to delectate. This day in …
    By Cory Doctorow, 3,039 words
  6. Radar – O’Reilly
    Now, next, and beyond: Tracking need-to-know trends at the intersection of business and technology. By Tim O’Reilly, Mike Loukides, Q McCallum, et al. 🇺🇸 More info

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    How to Fix “AI’s Original Sin”
    Last month, The New York Times claimed that tech giants OpenAI and Google have waded into a copyright gray area by transcribing the vast volume of YouTube videos and using that text as additional training …
    By Tim O’Reilly, 5,121 words
  7. ResearchBuzz
    News and resources covering social media, search engines, databases, archives, and other such information collections. Since 1998. By Tara Calishain. 🇺🇸 More info

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    The Pinochet Regime Declassified, Google DeepMind, Estonian Film Archives, More: Friday Afternoon ResearchBuzz, June 21, 2024
    NEW RESOURCES National Security Archive: The Pinochet Regime Declassified . “On June 18, 1974, the official registry of the Chilean military dictatorship published Decree 521 on the ‘creation of the Dirección de Inteligencia Nacional (DINA),’ …
    By ResearchBuzz, 806 words
  8. RetroFun! – Osiem bitów powraca!
    8-bit strikes back. By ikari. 🇵🇱 More info

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    pikselkowy nibykomputer
    Kiedyś, niemal na samym początku istnienia tej strony, podzieliłem się linkiem do projektu Pico8, “wyobrażonej konsoli do gier”, charakteryzującej się pikselowatą grafiką połączoną z nowoczesnymi... Read more
    By ikari, 29 words
  9. Riccardo Mori
    Writer & Translator. 🇪🇸 More info

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    People & Blogs: Interview with yours truly
    Back in March, talking about the People and resources added to my reading list in 2023, in the ‘Tech blogs’ section I wrote: This category was this close to remaining empty. However in November 2023 …
    By Riccardo Mori, 240 words
  10. Sally Lait | Blogs
    Posts about life, engineering management, the web industry, and things that I've been up to. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Holidays in Japan with a toddler
    Despite growing up as a third culture kid used to travel, and having spent almost 20 years visiting various places around Japan, this spring brought a new experience: taking my kid on their first international …
    By Sally Lait, 89 words
  11. Schneier on Security
    I am a public-interest technologist, working at the intersection of security, technology, and people. By Bruce Schneier. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Friday Squid Blogging: Squid Nebula
    Beautiful astronomical photo.
    By Bruce Schneier, 8 words
  12. scholz.ruhr
    This site is my attempt to finally start writing a tech-blog after growing up with Linux and many years of tinkering with technology, especially DevOps, system administration, network administration, programming, and a bit of data science. By Merlin Scholz. 🇩🇪 More info

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    Finding NetBSD Kernel Bugs through LockDoc
    This post will be my attempt to package up my master’s thesis in a format that can be read comfortably. I’ve spent the last 15 months mostly on this topic, and if you’ve noticed that …
    By Merlin Scholz, 4,019 words
  13. Stratechery by Ben Thompson
    On the business, strategy, and impact of technology. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Apple Intelligence is Right On Time
    Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference keynote kicks off in a few hours, and Mark Gurman has extensive details of what will be announced in Bloomberg, including the name: “Apple Intelligence”. As John Gruber noted on …
    By Ben Thompson, 4,012 words
  14. Terence Eden’s Blog
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    3D Printing My Teeth
    As previously mentioned, I recently had a some dental issues and learned how to view a CT Scan in 3D using Linux. At a hackathon last week, my friend Sidd brought along a 3D printer. …
    By @edent, 302 words
  15. v21 | Blog
    v buckenham | artist / curator / game designer / creative technologist / etc | based in London, UK. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Downpour is out!
    Today, Downpour comes out! In case you don’t know, Downpour is the game creation tool I have been working on for the past few years. I started it after I left Niantic in October 2022, …
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  16. The Waving Cat – Blog
    I work as an independent advisor to make sure that emerging technologies benefit society. By Peter Bihr. 🇩🇪 More info

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    Working with D64 – Zentrum für Digitalen Fortschritt
    A quick transparency update: I’m happy to share that I’ve recently started working with D64 — Zentrum für Digitalen Fortschritt, a large German digital rights membership organization. As part of a German government funding program …
    By Peter Bihr, 112 words
  17. We Make Money Not Art
    By Régine Debatty. More info

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    True Colors. Sabotaging the deceitful ecological narrative of the automotive industry
    Jeep claims to be “Inspired by Nature”, Toyota SUVs are engineered for off-road driving, other brands show their monster cars scaling the heights of mountain landscapes, crossing turbulent rivers, cutting through dense forests, speeding through …
    By Regine, 849 words
  18. xythobuz.de - Home
    Electronics & Software Projects. By Thomas Buck. 🇩🇪 More info

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    Auto-generated project docs with 3D preview
    A recurring problem I ran into with my projects is documentation. Especially with 3D printed parts or PCBs it's often required to generate preview images or PDFs so someone interested can take a look without …
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  19. ZephrSec - ZSEC Blog
    Andy Gill's site, zsec.uk/ZephrSec.com covers posts of offense, defense and general security. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Side-by-Side with HelloJackHunter: Unveiling the Mysteries of WinSxS
    This post on Windows Side-by-Side loading is a deeper dive into research I picked up at the tail end of 2023, in my free time between Christmas and New Year's.As we know, Dynamic-link library(DLL) Side …
    By Andy Gill, 2,335 words