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zwei Lautsprecherboxen, 8 Ohm, gern gebraucht, sehr gern günstig. :) Weiss nicht genau, wonach ich suche — irgendwas halbwegs Kräftiges, um gelegentlich ein Büro zu beschallen.

Hat jemand Ideen und/oder Angebote?

Just released https-server v1.0.4… now with added progress indication for a better first-run experience :Wiseau:

1. npm i -g
2. https-server [folder-to-serve]
3. Open https://localhost and view your site without certificate errors.


GitHub mirror:

#dev #tls #https #node #js

"Diejenigen, die #Uploadfilter für eine akzeptable Lösung halten, sind die technikhörigsten von allen. Sie legen das digitale Schicksal der kommenden Generationen in die Hände einer Technologie, von der sie keine Ahnung haben, wie sie funktioniert."

I'm all for UBI. Also, this is a thoughtful write-up.

"The important questions about universal basic income haven’t been answered yet" - Vox

5 Feine Verweise #2 ist raus: "Angry East German Men".

Ich sag das nur für die drei Leute, die sich in der letzten Woche noch nicht für den eingetragen haben. (Die Flut an Abonnierenden hat mich etwas emotional gemacht. 512 Subs! Danke, Leute. ^5)

That was straight up the funniest thing I've watched all week, and I've watched a lot stand-up comedy over the last few days. “Ryan Hamilton: Happy Face” on Netflix

"What if you could diagnose diseases with a tampon?" Awesome idea. I wish them luck, this could revolutionize health science for half the human population. (MIT Technology Review, possible paywall, hence Outline)

have you ever noticed that someone post a screenshot of text without providing an image description, preventing you from being able to read it? or maybe they posted a huge amount of text that just can't possibly be described with the image description feature?

simply tag @OCRbot in a direct reply to the image. it will download the image and scan it using tesseract OCR to output the text contained in the image!

because OCRbot runs on, it has a character limit of 65535, so even the longest images should work OK!

check the reply to this image to see it parsing the attached screenshot!

Discovered @warandpeas, liked it, was afraid to miss new strips, then remembered I could just add their profile URL to Feedly which will pick up the profile's Atom feed.

I like you a lot, Mastodon.

PS: Check out @warandpeas, y'all

I finally can my put my finger on what I don't like about jazz.

It's those "let's jam the shit out of this one until one of us keels over dead" numbers. Endlessly repetitive and annoying AF. And Freestyle to me is 10% "this is ace" and 90% "JFC, if they don't stop right fukken now I will burn this joint to the ground, I swear".

Thankfully, it's a wider field than that

> Privacy is like voting. An individual’s privacy, like an individual’s vote, is usually largely irrelevant to anyone but themselves … but the accumulation of individual privacy or lack thereof, like the accumulation of individual votes, is enormously consequential. […] If we need to defend privacy as a commons — and we do — then we can’t start thinking of it as an individual asset to be sold to surveillance capitalists.

I consider moving from my one-person instance to a bigger, public Mastodon instance. Is there a way by now to transfer followers/listeners when moving?

One day we're going to have actual, perfectly working wormhole portal technology and there'll be old hipsters re-re-implementing the shitty old portal technology* because even though those old crappy portals only transported ~95% of the matter which were pushed through "it was, like, the 95% that actually count, you know? Also, the transported atoms have a warmer sound now"

*) in ES9, probably

I'm "starting" to lose faith in capitalism, you guys

> Goldman asks: 'Is curing patients a sustainable business model?'

Die DE-Gelbwesten können einpacken.

> Größtmögliche Verwirrung prägt die Debatte um die Gesundheitsbelastung durch Dieselabgase. Dazu beigetragen hat auch das Positionspapier von 112 Lungenfachärzten, das die EU-Grenzwerte in Zweifel zog. Nun hat sich herausgestellt: Das Papier basiert auf einem gravierenden Rechenfehler. […]
> [Der Journalist Malte Kreutzfeldt] stellte fest, dass sich [der emeritierte Professor Dieter Köhler] um den Faktor Tausend verrechnet hat.

OK, so beyond the battle between Big Tech and Big Media, here’s what I want to know: how does this (does it?) effect peer-to-peer, e2e-encrypted non-commercial platforms?

Course no one is talking about that as we don’t have millions to pay shills/lobbyists.

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Carlo's Mastodon

This is my personal Mastodon instance.