Selling some gear on #OpenBazaar as I downsize the lab...
- ROCKPro64 bundle
- M5Stack Faces starter kit
- RX460 fanless GPU
- FrSky Taranis X9D+ w/X8R
- Hack laptop for kids #learntocode
- ...more items will be listed this week
Not sure if @ntnsndr already shared this but:
We’re Converting Our Startup To A Cooperative. Here’s Why.
Bitcoin & Beer tonight @ Denver Beer Co!
Excellent article for any Linux user to vastly improve data hygiene by closing a simple but huge DNS metadata leak.
From LinuxJournal (RIP) by @kyle
DLT one (Damn Linux Tablet) - keeping an eye on this modular Linux tablet project on Hackaday
Two system-on-module (SoM) are being evaluated, ideally both will be supported. One has a similar SoC to the Purism Librem 5, the other is a Jetson Nano.
How cool would it be to have a modular tablet chassis, similar to the 24 year-old ATX standard for PCs?
Any suggestions to make this work offline?
Same issue confirmed by a Play Store review from Dec 2018
Mullvad ported coreboot to a Supermicro server platform https://mullvad.net/en/blog/2019/8/7/open-source-firmware-future/
I'm so sorry to say it, but today @linuxjournal closed down for good. As you can imagine we are all so sad that this is the end. You can read my final goodbye here:
Today Linux Journal shut its doors for good. All staff were laid off and the company is left with no operating funds to continue in any capacity... https://www.linuxjournal.com/content/linux-journal-ceases-publication-awkward-goodbye
Slide deck is available here:
Based on feedback, I added content about alternative technologies and locating Exit Nodes.
A huge thanks to everyone who attended. We all made this event a success together, and I'm already looking forward to the next one!
Picked up an Epic Brewing - Escape to Colorado, to celebrate National IPA Day #beer
Interesting historical detail:
There is only one BIP that has ever reached the status "Rejected". It's BIP 109 by Gavin Andresen.
See the table on the readme of https://github.com/bitcoin/bips
Plenty have been withdrawn though.
Bitcoin may do to banks what the internet did to libraries.
Bitcoin may do to central banks what the printing press & age of enlightenment did to the Church's monopoly on knowledge.
Except that systems of money have stronger network effects than systems of knowledge, so perhaps the events that unfold will be even more acute and accelerated, compared to whats happening with the internet.
Spreading self sovereignty through FOSS & P2P. Privacy for individuals, transparency for institutions.
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