I absolutely don’t need this, yet I’d love to have one.
No single company should be so big that shutting down one product line “will ripple through its supply chain and could hurt America's economic growth.”
I’m sure there’s a perfectly good explanation.
Don’t fly on a Boeing 737, regardless of generation.
Note: The Ukrainian 737 crash is being blamed on “engine failure”.
A mix of nostalgia and schadenfreude.
Ruining it for the rest of us, the promise of the Internet.
“Now, it sounds like Twitter is making a Mastodon clone. My reaction is really mixed. I’m not happy that the announcement omitted the monumental work that’s been done in this space by Mastodon developers.” - Eugen Rochko
I’m shocked that a currency created specifically to enable crime attracts criminals.
I’m still somewhat shocked that Intel, with all its resources, couldn’t build a modem.
I was an Evernote user right from the beginning but their business practices turned me off and I reluctantly switched to OneNote. Nothing that they’ve done since has made me regret that decision.
How to fight back against Google AMP as a web user and a web developer
“Google is a privately-held company that trades as a publicly-held one.”
Birdsite struggles to do just about anything.
M17 is an open source (hw/sw) digital radio system. It’s intended for amateur use as a hackable alternative to DMR.
Having a conscience and working at Google are fundamentally incompatible.
Based on Rochester, NY. I post a lot on IoT and embedded on LinkedIn. Ham radio call KC2TCK. I'm on DMR sometimes if you're into that.
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