Somebody has uploaded the 1989 NeXT Software and Peripherals Catalog on the Internet Archive.
Such amazing stuff: take your time and browse it in all its glory!
It seems that the equivalent of the Apache Software Foundation for non-OSS applications is Corel. Just look at this list of applications:
"Most famous for its CorelDRAW Graphics Suite, Corel owns a surprisingly vast range of software assets that also includes WordPerfect, WinZip, PaintShop Pro, and many others. Corel in December confirmed that it had acquired virtualization pioneer Parallels for an undisclosed sum."
Why again does my vendor get signals about customer activity in the web UI of the on premise installation of their product?
Can someone send me to a different timeline please?
(That's from the #VMware vCloud Director HTML5 customer portal.)
Sales people at the same desk during lunch: "...for new customers we're getting a risk profile associated to the browser instance of the user and their previous purchase activity elsewhere..."
Now I'm kind of curious who is exchanging information with whom in the online tracking sphere to make something like that feasible.
David Fifield hat einen Blick auf Zip-Bomben geworfen und diese verbessert. Eine 46MB große Datei expandiert jetzt zu 4,5PB bzw. 4.500TB.
Das Ganze geschieht ohne Rekursion, wie bei der 42.zip. Beeindruckend.
I had to open a youtube video for moderation purposes.
The video was calling trans people mentally ill - if you ever post something like this on this instance you're banned, it's against my terms of service.
I opened that video in a browser that I don't normally use and in that browser now I'm getting a bunch of hateful stuff recommended, UKIP fringe shit and Fox news trashtalking trans people.
It was ONE fucking video. And people are wondering how Youtube is radicalizing others. This is how.
Okay, here we go
We claim absolutely no responsibility if you fuck up your computer or files with this
"Please do not put any vehicles here".
Added by someone in cursive: "except bikes"
Has anyone else seen increased memory usage of their #Mastodon instance after upgrading to 2.9?
I'm currently noticing a more or less linear growth in memory usage (with a small bump down each night) ever since I installed 2.9.2
Yesterday, I had to disable the 6GB memory limit on the lxd container I keep my Mastodon in, as there was just too much swapping going on.
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