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  • I'm afraid this meme doesn't work on the grounds that I wouldn't mind being in this situation

  • Spotify is going to break every Car Thing gadget it ever sold
  • In every service I know of, the platform takes a minority of revenue

  • Spotify is going to break every Car Thing gadget it ever sold
  • There are three morbillion songs and I have no idea which ones I like. Streaming platforms became popular for a reason

  • Anon needs help proving something
  • Is that physically possible? Even if they can replace physical parts at absurd speeds, they may not be able to do full data transfer. Also, still the cache

  • Anon catches her boyfriend in a private moment
  • she has a key and didn't want to wake him. It's not weird if they're close

  • Anon needs help proving something
  • Easy, check your cpu's cache. Also the unused portions of your disk and memory.

  • California bill would require new cars to beep at speeding drivers
  • Article says 10mph over the limit

  • California bill would require new cars to beep at speeding drivers
  • I really hope this doesn't apply to freeways

  • Introducing Windows Copilot Runtime
    blogs.windows.com Unlock a new era of innovation with Windows Copilot Runtime and Copilot+ PCs

    I am excited to be back at Build with the developer community this year.

    Unlock a new era of innovation with Windows Copilot Runtime and Copilot+ PCs

    Skip the beginning marketing copy. There's a lot of dev focused news

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    What framework/tech are official Signal, WhatsApp and Telegram clients for Android using?
  • WhatsApp also seems to be jetpack compose based on its apk

  • What framework/tech are official Signal, WhatsApp and Telegram clients for Android using?
  • Based on looking at the apps apk a can confirm it is jetpack compose

  • What is the point of cruel and deadly border policies if employers could just be penalized for hiring unauthorized labor all along?
  • Cruelty is not the point. Such dead end thinking solves nothing. It's about power and influence

  • Israel raids the Associated Press and seizes equipment over war coverage
  • They got away with bombing the building all the news organizations were in, no serious consequences. They're just doing it again.

  • Amber - the programming language compiled to Bash
  • you still have to install this though

  • Is there another way to do it...?
  • I write my papers then find sources. Confirmation bias at its finest

  • Amber - the programming language compiled to Bash
  • How is it using something like this vs just a bash alternative. Can you use this in the shell or only as a compiled language?

  • Introducing Copilot+ PCs
  • full machine specs

    just fyi, every website you visit has access to this, it's not private

  • Introducing Copilot+ PCs
  • The goal is to make it work on device in the next 4 years. That's the point of an "AI PC"

  • Introducing Copilot+ PCs
  • The MS implementations won't, but once they build the capability, we can make our own

  • blogs.microsoft.com Introducing Copilot+ PCs - The Official Microsoft Blog

    An on-demand recording of our Microsoft event keynote will be made available at 2pm PT today. An update with the link will be made to this blog post at that time.   Today, at a special event on our new Microsoft campus, we introduced the world to a new category of Windows PCs designed for AI,...

    Introducing Copilot+ PCs - The Official Microsoft Blog
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    Introducing Copilot+ PCs
    blogs.microsoft.com Introducing Copilot+ PCs - The Official Microsoft Blog

    An on-demand recording of our Microsoft event keynote will be made available at 2pm PT today. An update with the link will be made to this blog post at that time.   Today, at a special event on our new Microsoft campus, we introduced the world to a new category of Windows PCs designed for AI,...

    Introducing Copilot+ PCs - The Official Microsoft Blog
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    Cyberpunk @lemmy.ml morrowind @lemmy.ml
    restofworld.org Meet the “digital parents” giving millions in China a vision of family love they never had

    Creators Jiang Xiuping and Pan Huqian, a viral Douyin duo, act as fictional parents, providing solace to young adults and adolescents amidst economic inequalities and a scarcity of mental health support in China.

    Meet the “digital parents” giving millions in China a vision of family love they never had
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    Introducing GPT-4o

    We’re announcing GPT-4o, our new flagship model that can reason across audio, vision, and text in real time.

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    CBT as a kink may be an evolutionary adaptation to protect men's most vulnerable (and evolutionarily useful) body part.

    I have no idea why it's out there, but I suppose abusing it a bit may help toughen it up enough to ensure you can still have children when an accident happens.

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    Why people don't talk about Google Maps' privacy issues

    Title is editorialized because the original is, frankly, clickbait garbage

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    Doesn't the need for a permit fundamentally contradict the US's ideals of free speech?

    I went to some palestine protests a while back, and was talking to my brother about the organizing, when revealed something I found pretty shocking, we (the protesters) had acquired a permit to hold the protest. Apparently this is standard policy across the US.

    More recently, my University is also having protests, and in their policy, they also require explicit approval for what they call "expressive activity". I'm pretty sure not having a permit has been used as an excuse to arrest students in some other campuses.

    My question is as the title, doesn't this fundamentally contradict the US's ideals of free speech? What kind of right needs an extra permit to exercise it?

    When I was talking to my brother, he also expressed a couple more points:

    1. The city will pretty much grant all permits, so it's more of a polite agreement in most cases
    2. If we can get a permit (which we did) why shouldn't we?

    I'm assuming this is because of legal reasons, they pretty much have to grant all permits.

    Except I think this makes it all worse. If the government grants almost all permits, then the few rare times it doesn't:

    1. The protest is instantly de-legitimized due to not having a permit
    2. There's little legal precedent for the protesters to challenge this

    And then of course there's the usual slippery slope argument. You're giving the government a tool they could expand later to oppress you further. Maybe they start with the groups most people don't like and go up from there.

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    PeerTube 6.1 is out!
    joinpeertube.org PeerTube 6.1 is out! | JoinPeerTube

    We're pleased to announce the 6.1 release of PeerTube 🙂 In addition to the integration of account import/export and other great features that we'll d...

    PeerTube 6.1 is out! | JoinPeerTube
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    State of Solus - April 2024
    getsol.us State of Solus - April 2024 | Solus

    April 18, 2024 marks exactly one year since Josh published the “New Voyage” post announcing the return of Solus in its current form. A good

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    New (ish) community: c/generative for generative (non-AI) art.
    lemmy.ml Generative Art - Lemmy

    A community for posting algorithmically generated art. Can be digital or physical. ## Rules - NO AI ART - give credit to artist - unless it’s yourself or unkown - Stay on topic - Behave yourself - No trolling, spamming etc. - Follow lemmy.ml [http://lemmy.ml]’s code of conduct We also strongly recom...

    Generative Art - Lemmy

    [email protected]

    Technically it's not new, but practically speaking it's had 2 posts ever, with the last being 8 months ago.

    You may also know it as "creative coding" or the like, but it's not limited to coding.

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    p5.js is a JavaScript library for creative coding, with a focus on making coding accessible and inclusive
    p5js.org home | p5.js

    p5.js a JS client-side library for creating graphic and interactive experiences, based on the core principles of Processing.

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    The corporate boot licking of Google after firing the palestine protestors in insane

    Why are so many people ok with a world where you have no say in what your employer does, and they can do whatever they want to suit their bottom line?

    Though I wonder how much of this is actually corpophilia and how much is people hiding behind it because they don't want to say "I'm glad these people I disagree with got fired".

    Here are some threads to show what I'm talking about:

    r/technology

    r/conservative (though this one feels like cheating)

    r/news

    r/bayarea

    r/google

    hacker news

    washington post comments

    etc..

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    Reddit @lemmy.ml morrowind @lemmy.ml
    Reddit seem to have switched to the newer, even shittier UI by default.
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    wouterken/crystalruby: Embed Crystal code directly in Ruby
    github.com GitHub - wouterken/crystalruby: Embed Crystal code directly in Ruby

    Embed Crystal code directly in Ruby. Contribute to wouterken/crystalruby development by creating an account on GitHub.

    GitHub - wouterken/crystalruby: Embed Crystal code directly in Ruby

    Almost like a Jit compiler for making ruby typed and performant

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    Gnome and Kde join the matrix foundation
    mastodon.matrix.org The Matrix.org Foundation (@[email protected])

    We are thrilled to welcome @[email protected] and @[email protected] who, like @[email protected], have joined us as Associate Members 🚀 Associate Members are FOSS foundations, nonprofits, and other communities that share our values, such as: software freedom, open source, open standards,...

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    morrowind morrowind @lemmy.ml

    If you're here, there's still hope for the internet

    Don't let it fall

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