British and other European, Mastodonians, be sure to vote in the upcoming EU parliamentary elections. The cohesion of #Europe depends on you.
"#Britain will have its 'second referendum' - on 23 May. Don’t miss it"
Google privacy Show more
After stumbling on a rant that shows google records every voice command we sent. I went ahead and checked out the portal https://myaccount.google.com
It is just appaling how much data they collect. They even log if I opened other apps like Firefox. I really have to get rid of Google from my android devices asap.
Today I discovered #Taskwarrior. First impressions are awesome a lot of community support and integrations. Should check it out more.
**Mass deforestation: How trade fells trees in Brazil and Indonesia**
"Hunger for beef, palm oil, soy and timber fuels rainforest clearance at enormous scales, especially in Brazil and Indonesia. That matters for climate change."
Notre Dame in Paris ablaze Show more
For those who run on Matrix.org and wonder why there is no connection:
Matrix announced an emergency maintenance… on Twitter:
Sadly @matrix didn't receive the love it deserves and informs the Fediverse.
Anyway, that's why we have a community. We compensate short coming of each other and together make sure the world becomes a better place!
1. Collects everything you type into the browser w/the extension
2. Can store that data indefinitely
3. May share it with 3rd parties https://www.reddit.com/r/privacy/comments/b0y95z/why_i_removed_grammarly_chrome_extension_and/
#opendata, #CERN, article I wrote Show more
I wrote a piece on open-data practices in high-energy physics, published in the latest CERN Courier. It might interest some of you.
“Preserving the legacy of particle physics”: https://cerncourier.com/preserving-the-legacy-of-particle-physics/
"#Github dashboard is a useful, yet productivity killing interface. It is too addictive."
There I said it.
NEP-18 is probably the most exciting development in #NumPy in the recent years.
WIth this it is possible to use other NumPy-like arrays such as Dask and CuPy to use NumPy functions, without changing the code. #MultipleDispatch. However I wonder how would one generalize array creation, since the inputs are simply intergers for functions like (np.ones, np.arange, np.random.random).
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