Using Bluetooth is very smart, and it means that it can be done in a way that preserves privacy unlike following people around through their cell connections. It should also be more precise.
Article explaining how it works Technical papers
one of the few true geniuses of 20th century comic art
Kind of a crazy concept in modern days: instead of running your application inside an Operatin System; your application pulls the full operating system and runs alone in dedicated hardware or Virtual Machine I assume. So you end up with something lightweight and with a much smaller attack surface area.
Let's try and not use Zoom because
They don't care about your privacy
They don't care about your security
They lie to you
They are not trustworthy
Allows 4 people to play dominoes online in real time. Great during a pandemic!
Crowdsourced Covid-19 tracking.
You don’t have to know everything. You simply need to know where to find it when necessary.” (John Brunner)
Giant list of macOS command line commands.
Classic Mac emulator running inside a browser.
As usual, clear scientific writing from Ars Technica.
GitHub repository with all code and data used by the The COVID-19 dashboard I linked to a few days ago.
A clone of MS Paint in the browser using HTML5. Very well done.
Statistics and graphs about the COVID-19 Coronavirus epidemic.
The paper is relevant only to C++ software engineers. But the overview part is interesting to everyone as it lists "expensive failures and accidents caused by mistakes in calculations involving different physical units"
The whole set is a giant screen! Very cool.
💻📖 Laws, Theories, Principles and Patterns that developers will find useful.
I was familiar with most of these.
Just keep hitting refresh.
Sort of scary.
Like a post-apocalyptic movie.
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