The short version is here: https://en.wikinews.org/wiki/Customer_says_Verizon_confuses_dollars_and_cents
A long readable transcript of this cluster-[BLEEP] is here:
I know there is an audio version of the call, which runs some ~30 minutes, but I don't have it handy.
Skipped many of the risks and downsides and didn't talk much about alternatives besides name dropping a few of them.
But now I'm curious, what do you think about stuff like Spritely's Hyptis?
This https://spritelyproject.org/ and this https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Local_exchange_trading_system are good starting points, also Chris Webber's latest FOSDEM talk.
It has lots of cool new features:
* Modern internal PSU
* A CF slot in place of the PCMCIA slot.
* Modern fan headers
* An I²C controller.
* Extra power leads for ClockPort devices.
My friend's shop is hiring Sr. Software Engineers (and other positions).
Please boost. I'm tired of hearing him complain about no available talent.
Does anyone else here like The Sojourn? It's a new science fiction audio drama developed by a prominent YouTuber.
It's an independent series that feels a bit like Mass Effect. It's nice to see something so fresh that isn't just a bad rehash of an existing property.
Streamlink, CLI utility which pipes video streams from various services into a video player: https://github.com/streamlink/streamlink
Fancy an accelerometer-equipped skirt?
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