If you're still running Windows 7, I encourage you to upgrade... away from Windows. https://ubuntu.com/blog/how-to-upgrade-from-windows-7-to-ubuntu-installation
" 99 second hand smartphones are transported in a handcart to generate virtual traffic jam in Google Maps.Through this activity, it is possible to turn a green street red which has an impact in the physical world by navigating cars on another route to avoid being stuck in traffic. " #googlemapshacks
BREAKING: PM Scott Morrison has announced there's no need for Australia to take action against the #coronavirus. He said "We make up only 0.3% of the world's population. Even if we're all wiped out by the virus it will make no appreciable impact on the world's population" #auspol
Let's see now: I'm male, and I'm white, and I'm oldish, so I'm pretty sure I'm what Simon Bridges means by by an "everyday" Kiwi. And as an "everyday" Kiwi, my opinion is that he can fuck off and get in the sea. I'm 100% fine with spending govt. money on an Ihumatao deal.
The fact that it's still acceptable for a politician to talk about "growth" without spitting is also a testament to people's inability to understand how messed up & self-destructive our historic policies have been. We need to change the way we look at everything. We haven't really got time to wait for the "late adopter" masses to catch up.
Is this of interest to any library folks out there? @firstname.lastname@example.org https://libraryfreedom.org/index.php/lfi/ Apparently applications are due by 10 Feb.
Here in NZ we run NextCloud and OnlyOffice - if local businesses or NZ local or central gov't want to have a look, let us know - we can provide access for you to assess it for fit! It's a superb service, with many advantages over the proprietary services you're buying now. https://twitter.com/BrideOfLinux/status/1219983100819771392
Thanks Richard Fairhurst!
"cycle.travel aims to find quiet, enjoyable routes suitable for recreational rides or bike touring. It uses a very highly customised version of the OSRM routing engine, which means routes are calculated quickly and fully draggable. Plus there's bespoke cartography, elevation data and so on. The base data is of course OSM, updated every month or so. You can save routes by logging in, and export as GPX/TCX etc."
Trying to imagine where the Great Dismal Swamp I spent part of my Canadian childhood near might have been, but all I can come up with are the bogs out by Richmond BC.
This completely captures my problem with the c2010 Mini. And especially the Mini E.
Please, vehicle companies - will you produce a sporty *SMALL* Electric car, not Yet Another SUV?! https://twitter.com/sixtus/status/1209394116561375234
#LIVE: An officer is seen pointing a handgun towards a crowd of participants in a pro-Uighur rally held on Sunday evening at Edinburgh Place after one of them attempted to remove and burn a Chinese national flag raised at the nearby City Hall. #HongKongProtests