@IceWolf probably better to use a deGoogled flavour of Android, then, with F-Droid instead of Play Store, and so on. Or neither. :)
"Explorer, what has your team found?"
"The planet is habitable. It was once home to a relatively developed species that called themselves 'humans', but they burned too many fossil fuels and caused a global climate catastrophe."
"Didn't they do anything to stop that?"
"Yes, they put their best minds to it and came up with a fool-proof plan: stop burning fossil fuels & leave nature intact so trees can suck the carbon out of the air."
"And did they succeed?"
"Naw, they went with Plan B: Let the market regulate itself."
‘The only uncertainty is how long we’ll last’: a worst case scenario for the climate in 2050
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2020/feb/15/worst-case-scenario-2050-climate-crisis-future-we-choose-christiana-figueres-tom-rivett-carnac #climatestrike #climateemergency #climatcrisis #environment #pollution
"Call us immediately if your child uses Kali Linux, squawks West Mids Police"
Lately I've seen some incorrect statements and facts about Linux on mobile being thrown around, and I decided to write a blog post to give some more correct info. Please give it a read https://fam-ribbers.com/2019/12/28/State-of-Linux-on-mobile-and-common-misconceptions.html 😄
If you see any mistakes I've made, please correct me!
As a trained scientist and a self-taught artist, the strongest commonalities I see between science and art are the ways they teach and enable us to understand the world around us.
Drawing hard lines between the disciplines denies their overlap. Many great scientists were artists
i3 is amazing. A bit of a learning curve but it's like vim of the editor world ;)
@alcinnz the modern web browsing experience is basically downloaded software running on your machine, much in contrast to the document-viewing paradigm of ye olde years.
@z428 @alexjgriffith @aadil The fact that piracy has gone down dramatically as less obnoxious legal options have become available tells me that people are willing to pay when you don't put stupid barriers in the way of their being able to pay.
Payment really needs to be built into the browser and not require special support from each merchant for some common middleman that takes its own fees.
The plurality of Linux distros is often spotlighted as some kind of issue. I agree that "fragmentation" is a marketing headache, but a technical one?
I don't think so.
Using Linux is (to me) inherently about choice. My choice, your choice, other people's choice. People choice to approach things in different ways for different reasons for different results. To experiment. To push boundaries. Reinvent. Rethink.
Linux is, for me, a momentum or a force, not a standardised end product or ideal.
So you want to know about how starships work, huh? Well you came to the right place.