Rain at the #wsj2019, but food is hot and rain is light
The service manuals of old professional equipment are truly amazing, the schematics are shown in three different abstraction levels, every single connection is shown, waveforms at 100 different test points are drawn, every single component is listed, with step-by-step test and calibration guidelines. You can almost remove everything from the board and put it back together with a service manual.
Something that today's consumers can only dream of...
Kazakhstan government is now intercepting all HTTPS traffic - which is why a trusted root certificate is important https://www.zdnet.com/article/kazakhstan-government-is-now-intercepting-all-https-traffic/
Libre activists in Albania 🇦🇱 are doing their own version of switching.social (see photo) 👍
Switching.social is available under a CC By SA licence, so if you want to do your own version in your own language, please go right ahead!
There are already versions in French, German, Italian and Turkish:
Something I didn't expect to see in my news feed today: https://www.zdnet.com/article/microsoft-office-365-banned-in-german-schools-over-privacy-fears/
Glad to see Germany's got it right.
It is proven! I am devosmium on Keybase: https://keybase.io/devosmium/sigchain#360f3381a2fc72d60c38072f73cf0c25e8499ea9d1642810f0c4a4c8230bda4d0f
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