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  • None, because Trump deployed an appropriately-speced Cannon as a countermeasure.

    Edit: Cannon is extremely effective countermeasure, wow.

  • ‘Everyone was paddling to get away’: seals with rabies alarm South Africa’s surfers
  • "Actually, we've decided rabies is not actually that deadly. Almost no one shows symptoms after a bite. It's probably only bad for those with comorbidities. Think of the damage to the economy if we panic!" /S

  • But proportional representation is too hard for the peasants to understand
  • Also, does this mean the leader doesn't have a district? That would be much more fair than having your MP advocating for local issues also at the same time acting as the leader making national policy. You wouldnt you want someone deciding to go against the good of the nation because they are the MP for Papineau, for instance.

  • FedEx’s Secretive Police Force Is Helping Cops Build An AI Car Surveillance Network
  • waging war

    Sounds more like a private military.

  • We need to settle this debate once and for all.
  • The Battle of Hyrums.

  • Photosynthesis
  • Everything the light touches, Simba.

  • F-117 🥵
  • HUD displays

    The redundancy (heads-up display display) and improper pluralization killed the mood like an open bomb bay door.

  • Antipast-no
  • Ceaseless Watcher, turn your gaze upon this Wretched Thing.

  • idk i use tty
  • XFCE or something idk i use Pantheon

  • Reform voters ‘no understand why Nigel no live in big London house’
  • Satire and irony eventually fuse and become "Satiny."

    Seems nice at first until you realise what it costs you.

  • Biden at peace if he loses to Trump: "As long as I gave it my all"
  • Dude, if he was a firefighter and said the same thing, what would you're answer be? If there is a fire after 8 pm then you are up fighting the fire. Same with a nurse on call, an air traffic controller, etc. This is a requirement of the most powerful position on earth making decisions that literally impact all of humanity and the fate of western democracy.

    If he can't do it he shouldn't be running. Go be a prof or join a corporate board or something if you want a 9-5 and a stable bed time. The president of the United States needs to be able to operate on very little sleep and past 8 pm because this is the fucking real world...

  • UK Gets Its Future Back" Labour's Keir Starmer In Victory Speech
  • I donno, anybody remember Obama? Trudeau?

    Keep this guy accountable and call out the bullshit.

    The last party set the bar so low it's painted on the floor, so just saying the right things feels like significant progress regardless of if actual actions are taken.

    Reform UK is waiting in the wings for the jaded masses if Labour doesn't follow through, and the jaded masses don't understand that voting for the wolf to punish the fox is a dumb thing for rabbits to do.

    As your bard said, words pay no debts, give deeds.

  • Privacy on Cars. How to stop data collection and transmission?
  • Right, because that's a viable option. Worked so well for smart TVs too.

  • On Canada's consumer-driven (open) banking framework, APIs, and unlocking core memories.

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/19487003

    > Lots of reasons to be looking at the framework Canada just published for consumer-driven (open) banking, but I thought this was a gem: > > from "2.10 A Single Technical Standard" > >...The Framework will significantly decrease the risks of personal data being compromised by bad actors and mitigate security, privacy, and liability risks for consumers and participants. This is achieved through the use of APIs, a type of software that acts as secure data “pipes” to enable different products and services to communicate in a consistent manner. > > If an API is a pipe, is the Internet a series of tubes?

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    On Canada's consumer-driven (open) banking framework, APIs, and unlocking core memories.

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/19487003

    > Lots of reasons to be looking at the framework Canada just published for consumer-driven (open) banking, but I thought this was a gem: > > from "2.10 A Single Technical Standard" > >...The Framework will significantly decrease the risks of personal data being compromised by bad actors and mitigate security, privacy, and liability risks for consumers and participants. This is achieved through the use of APIs, a type of software that acts as secure data “pipes” to enable different products and services to communicate in a consistent manner. > > If an API is a pipe, is the Internet a series of tubes?

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    On Canada's consumer-driven (open) banking framework, APIs, and unlocking core memories.

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/19487003

    > Lots of reasons to be looking at the framework Canada just published for consumer-driven (open) banking, but I thought this was a gem: > > from "2.10 A Single Technical Standard" > >...The Framework will significantly decrease the risks of personal data being compromised by bad actors and mitigate security, privacy, and liability risks for consumers and participants. This is achieved through the use of APIs, a type of software that acts as secure data “pipes” to enable different products and services to communicate in a consistent manner. > > If an API is a pipe, is the Internet a series of tubes?

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    On Canada's consumer-driven (open) banking framework, APIs, and unlocking core memories.

    Lots of reasons to be looking at the framework Canada just published for consumer-driven (open) banking, but I thought this was a gem:

    from "2.10 A Single Technical Standard" >...The Framework will significantly decrease the risks of personal data being compromised by bad actors and mitigate security, privacy, and liability risks for consumers and participants. This is achieved through the use of APIs, a type of software that acts as secure data “pipes” to enable different products and services to communicate in a consistent manner.

    If an API is a pipe, is the Internet a series of tubes?

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    Bernard Stiegler’s philosophy on how technology shapes our world | Aeon Essays

    >>Technological development can destroy our sense of ourselves as rational, coherent subjects, leading to widespread suffering and destruction. But tools can also provide us with a new sense of what it means to be human, leading to new modes of expression and cultural practices. > > >Technology, for better or worse, affects every aspect of our lives. Our very sense of who we are is shaped and reshaped by the tools we have at our disposal. > > >The problem, for Stiegler, is that when we pay too much attention to our tools, rather than how they are developed and deployed, we fail to understand our reality. We become trapped, merely describing the technological world on its own terms and making it even harder to untangle the effects of digital technologies and our everyday experiences. > > >By encouraging us to pay closer attention to this world-making capacity, with its potential to harm and heal, Stiegler is showing us what else is possible. > > > archive.org > > ghostarchive.org > > archive.today

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    Bernard Stiegler’s philosophy on how technology shapes our world | Aeon Essays

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/18659491

    > >Technology, for better or worse, affects every aspect of our lives. Our very sense of who we are is shaped and reshaped by the tools we have at our disposal. > > >The problem, for Stiegler, is that when we pay too much attention to our tools, rather than how they are developed and deployed, we fail to understand our reality. We become trapped, merely describing the technological world on its own terms and making it even harder to untangle the effects of digital technologies and our everyday experiences. > > >By encouraging us to pay closer attention to this world-making capacity, with its potential to harm and heal, Stiegler is showing us what else is possible. > > > archive.org > > ghostarchive.org > > archive.today

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    Philosophy @lemmy.ml No_Eponym @lemmy.ca

    Bernard Stiegler’s philosophy on how technology shapes our world | Aeon Essays

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/18659491

    > >Technology, for better or worse, affects every aspect of our lives. Our very sense of who we are is shaped and reshaped by the tools we have at our disposal. > > >The problem, for Stiegler, is that when we pay too much attention to our tools, rather than how they are developed and deployed, we fail to understand our reality. We become trapped, merely describing the technological world on its own terms and making it even harder to untangle the effects of digital technologies and our everyday experiences. > > >By encouraging us to pay closer attention to this world-making capacity, with its potential to harm and heal, Stiegler is showing us what else is possible. > > > archive.org > > ghostarchive.org > > archive.today

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    Bernard Stiegler’s philosophy on how technology shapes our world | Aeon Essays

    >Technology, for better or worse, affects every aspect of our lives. Our very sense of who we are is shaped and reshaped by the tools we have at our disposal.

    >The problem, for Stiegler, is that when we pay too much attention to our tools, rather than how they are developed and deployed, we fail to understand our reality. We become trapped, merely describing the technological world on its own terms and making it even harder to untangle the effects of digital technologies and our everyday experiences.

    >By encouraging us to pay closer attention to this world-making capacity, with its potential to harm and heal, Stiegler is showing us what else is possible.

    archive.org

    ghostarchive.org

    archive.today

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    DIY

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/17014904

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    DIY

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/17014904

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    DIY

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    Honda built a powered chair to zoom around theme parks while wearing an AR headset.

    www.engadget.com Honda built a powered chair to zoom around theme parks while wearing an AR headset

    At SXSW this year, people will be able to ride the Honda UNI-ONE while wearing a virtual reality headset and play a choose-your-own VR adventure.

    Honda built a powered chair to zoom around theme parks while wearing an AR headset

    At the upcoming SXSW Conference... Honda will give attendees a chance to try out a new mobility device... specifically designed for mixed reality entertainment experiences.

    Users can steer... without the use of their hands — they simply have to lean into one direction to move forwards, backwards, sideways or diagonally.

    !Wall-e humans in mobile chairs with AR

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    Honda built a powered chair to zoom around theme parks while wearing an AR headset.

    www.engadget.com Honda built a powered chair to zoom around theme parks while wearing an AR headset

    At SXSW this year, people will be able to ride the Honda UNI-ONE while wearing a virtual reality headset and play a choose-your-own VR adventure.

    Honda built a powered chair to zoom around theme parks while wearing an AR headset

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/16368424

    > At the upcoming SXSW Conference... Honda will give attendees a chance to try out a new mobility device... specifically designed for mixed reality entertainment experiences. > > Users can steer... without the use of their hands — they simply have to lean into one direction to move forwards, backwards, sideways or diagonally. > > !Wall-e humans in mobile chairs with AR

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    Russian businessman Antipov questioned in fraud case - agencies

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/16299740

    > MOSCOW, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Russian businessman Yury Antipov was questioned by police on Monday in a fraud case connected to the alleged illegal privatisation of metals assets... > > TASS had earlier said that Antipov had been detained on fraud charges... > > The move comes after Russian news agencies reported that a regional arbitration court in Sverdlovsk had ruled in favour of prosecutors seeking to nationalise three assets important to the defence industry that they said had been illegally privatised in the 1990s.

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    Russian businessman Antipov questioned in fraud case - agencies

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/16299740

    > MOSCOW, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Russian businessman Yury Antipov was questioned by police on Monday in a fraud case connected to the alleged illegal privatisation of metals assets... > > TASS had earlier said that Antipov had been detained on fraud charges... > > The move comes after Russian news agencies reported that a regional arbitration court in Sverdlovsk had ruled in favour of prosecutors seeking to nationalise three assets important to the defence industry that they said had been illegally privatised in the 1990s.

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    Russian businessman Antipov questioned in fraud case - agencies

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/16299740

    > MOSCOW, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Russian businessman Yury Antipov was questioned by police on Monday in a fraud case connected to the alleged illegal privatisation of metals assets... > > TASS had earlier said that Antipov had been detained on fraud charges... > > The move comes after Russian news agencies reported that a regional arbitration court in Sverdlovsk had ruled in favour of prosecutors seeking to nationalise three assets important to the defence industry that they said had been illegally privatised in the 1990s.

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    Russian businessman Antipov questioned in fraud case - agencies

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/16299740

    > MOSCOW, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Russian businessman Yury Antipov was questioned by police on Monday in a fraud case connected to the alleged illegal privatisation of metals assets... > > TASS had earlier said that Antipov had been detained on fraud charges... > > The move comes after Russian news agencies reported that a regional arbitration court in Sverdlovsk had ruled in favour of prosecutors seeking to nationalise three assets important to the defence industry that they said had been illegally privatised in the 1990s.

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    Ukraine @sh.itjust.works No_Eponym @lemmy.ca

    Russian businessman Antipov questioned in fraud case - agencies

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/16299740

    > MOSCOW, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Russian businessman Yury Antipov was questioned by police on Monday in a fraud case connected to the alleged illegal privatisation of metals assets... > > TASS had earlier said that Antipov had been detained on fraud charges... > > The move comes after Russian news agencies reported that a regional arbitration court in Sverdlovsk had ruled in favour of prosecutors seeking to nationalise three assets important to the defence industry that they said had been illegally privatised in the 1990s.

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    Russian businessman Antipov questioned in fraud case - agencies

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/16299740

    > MOSCOW, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Russian businessman Yury Antipov was questioned by police on Monday in a fraud case connected to the alleged illegal privatisation of metals assets... > > TASS had earlier said that Antipov had been detained on fraud charges... > > The move comes after Russian news agencies reported that a regional arbitration court in Sverdlovsk had ruled in favour of prosecutors seeking to nationalise three assets important to the defence industry that they said had been illegally privatised in the 1990s.

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    worldnews @sh.itjust.works No_Eponym @lemmy.ca

    Russian businessman Antipov questioned in fraud case - agencies

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/16299740

    > MOSCOW, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Russian businessman Yury Antipov was questioned by police on Monday in a fraud case connected to the alleged illegal privatisation of metals assets... > > TASS had earlier said that Antipov had been detained on fraud charges... > > The move comes after Russian news agencies reported that a regional arbitration court in Sverdlovsk had ruled in favour of prosecutors seeking to nationalise three assets important to the defence industry that they said had been illegally privatised in the 1990s.

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