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GitHub - StanfordSNR/gg: The Stanford Builder
The Stanford Builder. Contribute to StanfordSNR/gg development by creating an account on GitHub.
automation  lambda  containers  aws  programming  workflow  opensores  cloud  usenix 
6 weeks ago by po
Scooters littering US city streets shout at people: 'Unlock me or I'll call the police' | Technology | The Guardian

“This is not only an annoying noise, this is a threat to people. For black people, that can really be experienced as a death threat,” said Kaplan, who is crafting legislation to regulate the scooters and now plans to add a proposal to prohibit loud noises and threats.

This is the logical outcome of police in capitalism.
Police protect property, not people.

On Wednesday night, a Lime spokesman, Jack Song, said the company had “updated” its “anti-theft alarm” in a new model, which no longer has any message. The company was gradually phasing out the old versions, he said. The scooters, Song added, had not alerted police, but Lime had “worked with law enforcement on incidents of vandalism”.
scooters  police  racism  institutional.racism  threats  automation  nudge  dumb  property  capitalism  oakland  california  racial.profiling 
june 2019 by po
Screenplay Software Adds Tool to Assess a Script’s Inclusiveness - The New York Times
Final Draft, popular among screenwriters, has added a feature to judge characters’ gender, race and more. The goal is to provide guidance before a project is greenlit.
screenwriting  language  inclusiveness  final.draft  automation  writing  software  tools 
may 2019 by po
GNU Xnee | recorder/replay for GNU/Linux and other X11 based systems
Introduction to GNU Xnee GNU Xnee is a suite of programs that can record, replay and distribute user actions under the X11 environment. Think of it as a robot that can imitate the job you just did. GNU Xnee is licensed under GNU GPLv3 (http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html) Xnee can be used to Automate tests - e.g nightly…
gui  automation  x11  linux 
april 2019 by po
GitHub - autokey/autokey: AutoKey, a desktop automation utility for Linux and X11.
AutoKey, a desktop automation utility for Linux and X11. - autokey/autokey
automation  gui  python  linux  autokey  autohotkey 
april 2019 by po
Hammerspoon
Staggeringly powerful OS X desktop automation with Lua. Making the runtime, funtime.
gui  automation  osx  lua 
april 2019 by po
itop - ITSM & CMDB OpenSource download | SourceForge.net
Download itop - ITSM & CMDB OpenSource for free. A simple, web based IT Service Management tool. IT Operations Portal: a complete open source, ITIL, web based service management tool including a fully customizable CMDB, a helpdesk system and a document management tool. iTop also offers mass import tools and web services to integrate with your IT
ipam  cmdb  automation  database  devops 
april 2019 by po
Trint: Automated Transcription of Audio and Video, Powered by AI
Trint goes beyond transcription to provide the world's most collaborative and innovative platform for searching, editing and getting the most out of your audio and video content.
transcription  automation  audio 
april 2019 by po
Remove Background from Image – remove.bg
Remove Image Background: 100% automatically – in 5 seconds – without a single click – for free.
image.processing  photography  graphics  tools  pictures  photoshop  automation  photo.editing  photo.automation 
april 2019 by po
Why CAPTCHAs have gotten so difficult - The Verge
Demonstrating you’re not a robot is getting harder and harder. That’s because spambots are getting smarter. So how do researchers design a CAPTCHA that’s tough enough for robots, but easy enough for humans?
machine.learning  captcha  ai  automation  robots  computer.vision  interesting 
march 2019 by po
Rogue Amoeba | Supported apps for an enhanced experience with Airfoil for Mac
Rogue Amoeba is home to many fantastic MacOS audio products for consumers and professionals alike. Rogue Amoeba - Strange Name. Great Software.
music  integration  workflow  software  tools  audio  digital.audio  automation 
february 2019 by po
Working with DEVONthink Pro Office and Hazel | Ojisan Seiuchi
My main organizational tool DEVONthink Pro Office, a tool I’ve used for many years. I’ve written previously about it and how I use it to find things and how I synchronize databases across machines. I’
automation  devonthink  hazel 
december 2018 by po
50 Mac Essentials | Cult of Mac
50 essential apps every Mac user should know about.
osx  automation  tools  lists 
december 2018 by po
Hazel: Tom's Mac Software Pick
Hazel brings automation to the Finder and the folders on your Mac. Using simple rules similar to Apple Mail rules, you control what happens to a folder.
osx  automation  hazel 
december 2018 by po
How To Use Hazel To Save Time, Automate Your Mac, And Get Rid Of Repetitive Tasks - Asian Efficiency
Hazel is one of our favorite Mac apps, and this article teaches you our favorite tips and tricks to help you become a Hazel power user and save time today.
automation  osx  hazel 
december 2018 by po
Universal basic income would make people deeply unhappy, according to this new novel — Quartz
In "The Absolved," Matthew Binder imagines a not-too-distant future in which robots do most jobs and humans hang out and get an allowance.
books  automation  fiction  laziness  leisure  regressive 
december 2018 by po
GM's layoffs can be traced to its quest to turn people into machines — Quartz
In 1972, an iconic strike at GM's Lordstown plant forced America to confront the human need for meaningful work.
labor  automobile.industry  automobiles  usa  general.motors  failure  automation  marketing  assembly.line  manufacturing 
december 2018 by po
California Law Bans Bots From Pretending to Be Human | News & Opinion | PCMag.com
This doesn't seem enforceable and the language is a bit weird.
Also, if someone mistakes an agent or bot as human, does that count?
Seems like this is ripe for abuse.
law  california  usa  bots  automation 
october 2018 by po
Why Variable Pricing Fails at the Vending Machine - The New York Times
> A few years back, M. Douglas Ivester, the chief executive of Coca-Cola, said he thought it would be fair to raise the price of soda on a summer day like today. Vending machines could be equipped with thermometers, and when demand for a cold soda rose with the temperature, the price would rise too, just as Economics 101 said it should.

> Yet Mr. Ivester's plan sounds as off-key today as it did in 1999. So how do people decide when a price change is a natural part of the economy and when they think it amounts to gouging?

Is it? Seems like amazon, ebay, and google do a pretty good job of gouging in the spot market. (To say nothing of bond markets).
pricing  automation  demand  spot.markets  comestibles  commodities  retail  vending 
april 2018 by po
WiFi Module - ESP8266 - WRL-13678 - SparkFun Electronics
This comes highly recommended.
May be a high level PIC alternative since the Tensilica L106 may have the harvard arch inst/data segregation.
soc  wifi  internet.of.shit  automation  electronics  module  hardware 
january 2018 by po
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