I started reading Max Pumperla and Kevin Ferguson's book “Deep Learning and the Game of Go” yesterday. I wish it was a bit heavier on the maths and used Julia rather than Python (I'm stubbornly going to try to work through the book using Julia anyway), but nevertheless, this is the most fun tech book I’ve seen in a long while. Highly recommended.
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use screen grabbing tech to what only can be described as spy on their customers according to TechCruch.
The Ten Commandments of Tech Support
1. Try turning it off and on again
2. Reinstall it
3. Click everywhere
4. Try that weird random setting you have no idea what it does
5. Try doing the same shit, but in a different order
6. Call the guy who fixed the problem last time
7. Copy the config from another computer
8. Recreate the user profile
9. Try it with another person's account
10. Try it with another person's computer
bicycles are unparalleled in their ability to transport humans efficiently over short or even medium distances in a city. all the advantages of cars and more, with the important caveats of course that they are unusable by the non able bodied and they cant really haul loads. and many of the disadvantages of bicycles melt away when not forced to share road space with the accurséd car. there are already real world examples of primarily bike oriented commuter systems, in for example Denmark
Read about our upcoming PureOS Store coming to Librem 5 and Librem laptops https://puri.sm/posts/purism-announces-pureos-store/
@danarel looks at 5 #socialmedia alternatives to protect your #privacy https://opensource.com/article/19/1/open-source-social-media-alternatives
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