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february 2018 by Surliminal
Toward an ethics of the Internet of Things
"In environments with embedded surveillance, do you have a right to opt out?" ScienceNode has a great short interview with Francine Berman, the Edward P. Hamilton distinguished professor in computer science at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
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april 2017 by thewavingcat
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what a lovely group of activists today during 's workshop.
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march 2017 by thewavingcat
Is Windows 10 responsible for poor AMD Ryzen gaming results?
When VR-Zone reviewed AMD’s new Ryzen processor, the R7 1800X, we found it to be very competitive with Intel’s similar offerings, particularly at multi threaded workloads and content creation tasks thanks to its 8 core/16 thread design and aggressive pricing. One thing we were surprised by was the average gaming performance on offer. So much...

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march 2017 by vrzone
BBC News: In pictures: Miniature worlds
In pictures: Miniature worlds
Artist Joshua Smith's tiny creations replicate real buildings.
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february 2017 by doivoid
Using HTTP/2 Responsibly: Adapting for Users · An A List Apart Article
by Jeremy Wagner February 02, 2017
Published in Code, Browsers, The Server Side
A note from the editors: This article is part one of a two-part series exploring the new HTTP/2 protocol and using it responsibly. Be sure to read part two, Considering How We Use HTTP/2.
With HTTP/2 ticking up steadily in use, it’s clear that there’s something to this long overdue update to the protocol. Implementing it, however, not only changes how websites are delivered to the user, it demands that we think critically about how we migrate existing sites to the protocol. More importantly, it demands that we consider our users’ capabilities.

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Whether you’ve already migrated your site to HTTP/2 or you’re bracing yourself to take the plunge, there are challenges when it comes to tuning your site’s front end architecture to be the most performant it can possibly be for all your users. Perhaps you’ve read about what it takes to get your site ready for HTTP/2. Perhaps you haven’t. If the latter describes you best, it’s not worth getting into the weeds here. The gist of it is that HTTP/2 optimization patterns are the opposite of those for HTTP/1. Your site will perform better on HTTP/2 if you avoid practices that combine files, because caching for those resources will be more efficient when they change.
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february 2017 by ndf
Meteorites Not Responsible for Ocean Life, Study Finds
A study has debunked meteorite seeding theory for ancient marine life boom A recently published study concludes that an explosion in marine life 471 million years ago did not originate from meteorites bombarding the Earth, as had been previously hypothesized. The ancient event, known as the Great Ordovician Biodiversification Event (GOBE), led to a massive increase in...

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january 2017 by vrzone

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