If you use #ArchLinux with a systemd-based initcpio, then you might want to hold off updating to systemd 242.
Just a reminder that I’ve migrated over to @djmoch
I’m going full-account-migration over here. Don’t forget to follow me @djmoch. I’d love to keep in touch!
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Money talks, so this is a good argument to make. Short term thinking unfortunately dominates in government as in business, so I’m not sure this will help. https://arstechnica.com/science/2019/04/limiting-climate-change-could-save-the-us-a-ton-of-money/
A new bill would require companies to check their algorithms for bias https://www.theverge.com/2019/4/10/18304960/congress-algorithmic-accountability-act-wyden-clarke-booker-bill-introduced-house-senate
We’ve given a lot of thought as a community to how we can take back the web’s social spaces from corporations. Mastodon is a product of that, and it’s been interesting to see that platform mature over the past several years.
I wonder though if it’s time for some of us to turn our attention to other online problems. For instance, Google sucks! What would it look like to re-imagine search as something decentralized? That feels like a harder problem, but it’s one I’d like to explore.
"Google AMP lowered our page speed, and there's no choice but to use it" https://unlikekinds.com/article/google-amp-page-speed
The next-generation WiFi security protocol is already broken. Devices making use of it haven’t even been released yet. https://thehackernews.com/2019/04/wpa3-hack-wifi-password.html
We now have images of the environment at a black hole’s event horizon https://arstechnica.com/science/2019/04/event-horizon-telescope-gives-us-first-images-of-what-its-named-for/
In which “Subscription Hostages” enters common parlance https://m.signalvnoise.com/subscription-hostages/
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