RT wayneswiss:

Ein Microsoft-Ausfall führte zu weltweiten Störungen. Decathlon nutzte dies für eine “Get Out”-Kampagne im Digital Out-of-Home-Bereich. Die kreative Werbung zeigt, wie das Unternehmen innovative Marketingstrategien einsetzt und aus einer Krise eine… dlvr.it/T9whq2

20:02 [/mastodon]

RT anneregulakeller:

Bitte lesen und verbreiten!
Versprechen und Realität – das Déjà-vu mit Nestlé (Kaffee-Sklaven!!) - infosperber infosperber.ch/wirtschaft/konz

16:51 [/mastodon]

RT rsalz:

And so we begin. We are opening QuicTLS (a fork that *enables* QUIC, doesn’t *implement* it) to outside contributors. If we get to be as succesful as I hope, we’ll try to become a new Apache TLS project.

If you disagree with OpenSSL’s current primary focus on implementing QUIC, and wouid like to see other things done, please get in touch.

Four slide summary and invite is here : datatracker.ietf.org/meeting/1

Please forward for reach — the bigger dev community we can build the better — and also to the Twitter/X.

08:48 [/mastodon]


RT johnmacintosh:

Reading to children is always a good idea

19:36 [/mastodon]


RT bagder:

Thank you Crowdstrike for helping to illustrate that Open Source is not the problem.

15:39 [/mastodon]

RT 0xabad1dea:

This is my current fan theory: that the Microsoft Azure outage several hours ago caused a script at Crowdstrike to insert nulls or error text at an exciting spot in what was supposed to be a routine delta update file, and the driver has an exciting parse failure

13:16 [/mastodon]


RT adfichter:

zur Causa “Adrienne versus Alibaba, Microsoft, Amazon, Oracle und IBM”.

Der Fall geht nun an den EDÖB.


11:56 [/mastodon]

RT marcel:

There is one organization in the world that is by far the best in getting at unreadable data: The #NSA.

However, it claims even it has trouble to get a historic 1982 video off a historic tape. Some amateurs claim they can handle it, but the NSA is refusing help, because there might be a few sentences in that 90 minute lecture it might want to censor.

A talk by #GraceHopper, the person who documented the first computer bug, hidden away by old formats.

11:47 [/mastodon]




RT bagder:

Unchecked in #Firefox 128.

14:17 [/mastodon]


RT rabbit:

I’m annoyed that we’ve found a way to spend 100 times more electricity over standard search to have computers confidently provide wrong answers to questions.

21:09 [/mastodon]

RT dotjayne:

if you have to make your feature opt-out because people wouldn’t opt-in then you shouldn’t be making that feature

08:04 [/mastodon]

RT breadbin:

Antwort auf @potch

@potch Too many will import thousands of lines of poorly supported code they have no real idea of what it does to avoid writing 2-100 lines of code:(

07:54 [/mastodon]

RT potch:

engineers will write 200 lines of code to avoid writing a single line of code twice

07:54 [/mastodon]


RT crowgirl:

I successfully removed Copilot from my Windows 11 OEM PC!

Here’s what I did…

Uninstall using PowerShell Command
Step 1: Open Terminal (Admin) by right-click on the Windows logo key.

Step 2: Use the following command to uninstall:

Get-AppxPackage | Where-Object {$_.Name -Like ‘*Microsoft.Copilot*’} | Remove-AppxPackage -ErrorAction Continue

When I searched for Copilot on my PC afterwards, all I got was a link that opens in Edge that leads to “download Copilot.” #Copilot


11:42 [/mastodon]

RT timbray:

A simple proposal for startups: Just Use Postgres For Everything.

10:50 [/mastodon]


RT michaelrussell:

For #MountainMonday :

The sunset makes the sky glow above Mount Clarke, Mount Ratney, and Alouette Lake at Golden Ears Provincial Park in Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada.

#Mountains #Photo #Photography #Landscape #LandscapePhotography #PhotoMonday #PhotographyLovers #Sunset

00:06 [/mastodon]