"Nextcloud saw a 50% growth in its commercial customer base and a near doubling of total bookings. Public clouds may get the bulk of the users' attention, but Nextcloud is showing that there's still a great deal of interest in private clouds as well."
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Texas politics. AOC vs. CRUZ
I think this pretty much hits it on the head:
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Dale Hanson on the Texas winter storm
"The energy companies that couldn't keep the lights on would seem the obvious place to start, but the real problem is so much bigger than them," Hansen says.
Cookies & Informed Concent in Web Browsers (2/2)
"... if users are overwhelmed with queries to consent to participate in events with minor benefits and risks, they may become numbed
to the informed consent process [...] Second, if the overall distraction to obtain informed consent becomes so great as to be perceived to be an intolerable nuisance, users are likely to disengage from the informed consent process in its entirety and accept or decline participation by rote" (p.6, 2004).
Cookies & Informed Concent in Web Browsers (1/2)
"59% of Web sites that collect personal identifying information neither inform Internet users that they are collecting such information nor seek the user’s consent. Yet, according to a Harris poll (2000), 88% of users want sites to garner their consent in such situations" (Friedman, B. et al, p.5, 2004).
I'm working for a big tech company in California. Yesterday all employees received an email from our security guys.
We have to deactivate all personal assistant gadgets (like Alexa) during worktime in the homeoffice.
They have evidence that these gadgets are recording audio from conference calls.
Nothing new to me but notable that I've got this order.
Why don't we live underground?
Living areas would be underground, taking advantage of natural insulation from the soil. It would also be safer from storms. Work would have to be done to water/flood proof the living area, but I could still see the cost being comparable or even cheaper to brick and mortar. Areas above house at ground level would be converted to parking, greenspace, and or solar energy generation. Am I missing something?
I am a music educator from Texas, USA.
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