Thanks to attentive people, I was made aware of another illegal copy of Periodical
via Github (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.droidfactory.periodtracker.menstrual.calendar).
In this copy all references to the original as well as the help texts have been removed. In addition, advertising was added that can be removed for a fee. As with all other copies (
here, here, here, here and here), I reported the copyright violation to Google and also wrote to the publisher.
If you ever wanted to know something wbout self similarity and quines you should definetely see this really interesting lecture by Dylan Beattie:
As a little foretaste:
There is more from him on YouTube:
Newer versions of macOS as well as Windows 10 provide the option to use the UI in “dark mode”. In this mode the background of windows will be dark and text will be light.
Websites can support this setting as well by using the CSS media query
prefers-color-scheme: dark and using a different color scheme for the “dark mode”.
Nextcloud Talk is an extension for Nextcloud that enables chats as well as video conferencing. A decent browser and a webcam are sufficient to use that. You can also use an app for Android or iOS.
With a few simultaneous connections this usually works quite well if you pay attention to a few points, such as using a server for STUN/TURN like coturn (I will write a separate article about this).
A while ago I wrote about a plugin for Netdata which
I created for my Nextcloud server.
Luca Olivetti was so kind to extend the plugin by additional metrics – thank you!
The source and documentation are still
available at Github.
Note: if you use the plugin already please keep in mind that the configuration has changed. You now only have to define the base URL of the server and not the full monitoring API URL any longer.
Girls. Girls. Girls. Magazine
“Be a Lady They Said”
Words: Camille Rainville
Narrator: Cynthia Nixon
Director: Paul McLean paul-mclean.com
Music: Louis Souyave @ OPM.london
Post: Mini Content mini-content.com
Producer: Claire Rothstein claire-rothstein.com
Special thanks to Alicia Lombardini
alicialombardini.com/ and Luke Glover lukeglover.co.uk/
In the year 2011 I wrote about
USB 3.0 for the first time. A few years later again ( USB 3.0 today). Meanwhile it is 2020 and a current benchmark of a SanDisk Extreme Pro with 128 GB. To have comparable values again with “HD Tune” but this time with Windows 10.
The hardware used for the test is still the same mainboard which I’ve
been using since 2014.
Looking back the values of earlier tests which show the impressive development of about 20 year:
M-Sys DiskOnKey 128 MB (USB 1.1)
Sony 8 GB (USB 2.0)
Verbatim Store N Go 16 GB (USB 3.0)
SanDisk Extreme Pro 128 GB (USB 3.0)
reported by Forbes, John Forester died at the age of 90. He was a vehement opponent of bicycle infrastructure that resulted in the separation of modes of transport.