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Privacy-focused, not-for-profit DNS provider Quad9 moved HQ from L.A. to Zürich.

The Swiss government produced findings of law that Quad9 is exempt from both law enforcement and intelligence data-collection and retention requirements, as well as KYC.

Still funded by sponsors an ddonations : quad9.net/about/sponsors/

Use 9.9.9.9 as your Name Server.

Public comparisons :
dnsperf.com/#!dns-resolvers
andryou.com/2020/05/31/compari

quad9.net/news/blog/quad9-publ

John Harris' #scifi #art is pretty amazing

This piece was part of a collection in his book called "The Art of John Harris: Beyond the Horizon"

"Fedora Kinoite" Coming For Fedora 35 As An immutable KDE Desktop Spin

Somehow wondering if the *idea* of an immutable desktop isn't better then an *actual* immutable desktop. But it /does/ sound interesting...

phoronix.com/scan.php?page=new

Git submodules:

chrisjean.com/git-submodules-a

submodules are mostly fine for external dependencies that only very rarely change and remain pinned at a specific version over weeks or months.

Giving submodules a special set of git commands, and providing the users so many easy opportunities to shoot themselves in the foot are baffling design decisions though.

E.g. I'd really like to know why "git clone --recursive" isn't the default.

(via HN news.ycombinator.com/item?id=2)

Hi all, I'm new so here's my #introduction/ #introductions.

I'm a 26 year old #artist who specializes in digital #art and #illustration. I like drawing weird plants and environments. I tend to spend hours painting the same details over and over again with tiny brushes.

The creative world can be pretty tough so I'm looking forward to hanging out with you all and helping each other survive/grow.

Sorry about the redraft, I noticed a sentence error and it bothered me.

@stux

Found this among my bookmarks:

switching.software/replace/goo

2 more alternatives. Goatcounter has by far the best name.

Wayland is slowly but surely getting there. OBS merged EGL/Wayland renderer code:

github.com/obsproject/obs-stud

With Ubuntu planning to be wayland-first on 21.04 we will probably start seeing improvement for all the little things still missing. Good times ahead!

via: phoronix.com/scan.php?page=new

jwz is always entertaining, good post about 'the Internet Archive'

jwz.org/blog/2021/02/internet-

Somebody has to actually put that information *in* the archive: unsung heroes of culture.

J. Edgar Hoover was even more of an asshole than I realized: he stole credit for America's first female cryptanalyst's work hunting Nazis smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/

Emacs may be kind of a ridiculous software, especially when you're trying use it as a Vim replacement (among many other things) like I am, but the community is unendingly helpful!

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I hate it. I want it. I hate how much I want it.

The Aurora 7 Is A Seven Screen Laptop Battlestation

WFH Battlestation

tomshardware.com/news/expansca

Remember Independance Day? Terrible movie, absolutely 😍 it! Of course it's impossible for a human computer virus to work on an alien ship, right?!

LodaRAT, the Windows malware, now also targets Android. Jeff Goldblum would have been proud!

blog.talosintelligence.com/202

(LodaRAT: blog.talosintelligence.com/202)

I attached a USB-C hub to my laptop dock using a flattened IKEA bracket and some 3M tape. Now I can easily use it and see both screens from my lap. A bit hacky but it works.

bunnie huang's new #OpenHardware device (its not a phone, what is a phone anyway?) looks really lovely and I am excited to see where this project goes!

crowdsupply.com/sutajio-kosagi

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