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Intel - CPU developers going Galt



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After 25 year long of development, kwrite succesfully annihilated utf8 support. Peace on its pores.
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One versatile tool one should have and know how to use is dd. Apart from using it to create disk images, you can also use it to erase and benchmark disks as well as manipulate files. #MondayMemo
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Intel: they was not able to make a new cpu, so they made a new logo
https://cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/200902122853-intel-new-logo-0902-super-tease.jpg
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Is there a version of OpenBazaar that will run on Chomebook Linux?
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Nvidia is about to buy ARM from Softbank.
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After postponing the act for a long time, I have finally decided to download and try out Tails. It was satisfying to see how security is prioritized all the way from startup to shutdown. #MondayMemo
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Quote of the day:
Top Con:
Configuration requires recompiling
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Nothing breaks the monotony of a terminal like an ASCII cow (or penguin) to greet you with fortune quotes. #MondayMemo
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linux command line betrayed me when i tried to type the following file name: اغنية بداية انا واخي - سبيس تون.mp3

i did it from the GUI instead
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smart chastity belts, smart phones, dumb people
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this could be in Jokes,
but far too many people would be deeply offended by the explicit content
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Finding a debian server
rendering UTC time as AM-PM
leads to some interesting reads:
https://archive.fo/mZVHG
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Linux does not needs deframentation <-- welcome to the world of opensource social parasites with their 100 kbyte/sec random file access in 2020
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I just found a Radeon 9250 which was equipped with an nVidia Geforce 5200 chip :D
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Quanpui Birebahl is the only hard disk manufacturer i trust
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Microsoft (tm) Github (r) deleted the source code of various youtube-downloader repositories by the request of RIAA (american copyright alliance). Microsoft is still the main ENEMY of opensource.
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Experiment with the block size when using dd. A well-chosen block size will significantly improve copy speeds and save you time, especially if you have a batch of disks to work with. #MondayMemo