I've been complaining about search engines trashing my search queries for a while now. I type in words that I'm looking for and they just return whatever they feel like. Even DuckDuckGo, which I've been using as my main search engine, for years, almost a decade !
Here's a concrete examp...Read more.. . ..
As much as I love KDE/Plasma, I have to say it, lately things seems to be getting more and more complicated, overloaded and less flexible, even messy at times. Anyway.
I dislike system sounds, it's a personal thing, and one that used to be very easy to configure. Since the latest KDE/Pl...Read more.. . ..
In the olden days you could easily restart the network stuffs by
using the init scripts, like:
restart That was very useful if you needed to change your
IP, add an interface or something.
Unfortunately, in recent versions of Debian, this no long...Read more.. . ..
The short version is that the W3C approved DRM (Digital Rights/Restrictions Management) and the process was not very open. The inclusion of DRM within the W3C standards has been fought against for years, after an appeal the decision is final: The W3C is no longer for the open and accessib...Read more.. . ..
When you see the Your connection is not private message in your browser, it's generally because the website uses a certificate that your browser does not approve. It can be because the certificate expired or because it's signed by a Certificate Authority (CA) unknown or not trust...Read more.. . ..
If unsure then ask yourself, are we the baddies ?... Read more.. . ..
I don't know when, but clearly it's been a while that the News™ has become more of a brand or a word to define events that somehow relate to reality rather than actual news. It's becoming infotainment.
Today I read an "article" which illustrates perfectly where we're at. ...Read more.. . ..
Just a few images from the anti-nuclear protest in Flamanville on October 1st 2016.... Read more.. . ..
The decline and decline of Reddit
A while back there was a big wave of users that moved from Reddit to Voat, essentially a reddit clone that wants to promote real free speech. This was mostly in response to Reddit's growing censorship.
Reddit used to be a place that respec...Read more.. . ..