Today’s photo find from my archives is instructional!
People often talk about the internet when the actually refer to the web.
Vint Cerf invented the internet.
Tim Berners-Lee invited the web.
The web *runs* on the internet (like email, both are applications of the internet.)
Here they were on stage, wearing t-shirts @amyvdh and I made for the occasion of the 20th anniversary of W3C.
(And yet, 7 years after, people still confuse the two systems!)
⚠️ phishing France Connect
Appel sur mon fixe (je ne connais pas moi-même le numéro, je ne le communique donc jamais).
Monsieur Franke (je n'ai pas donné mon nom mais ils le connaissent), avez-vous bien reçu le courriel pour la transition FC d'Ameli. Non ? Je vais vous le renvoyer. Donnez-moi votre date de naissance pour commencer…
Faites tourner l'info.
And I started it right after its release… so it only took me two years 🤣
Heads up! #Microsoft is on track to ban all commercial activity by #FOSS projects on Microsoft Store in about a week! This is even worse than their (eventually repealed) 2011 ban on #copyleft for their app store! 😡️ We demand rollback of this new policy: https://sfconservancy.org/blog/2022/jul/07/microsoft-bans-commerical-open-source-in-app-store/
Debbie Parker captured the exact moment a lightning hit a tree in Moorefield, Hardy County, West Virginia on June 23, 2022 [source: https://buff.ly/3A6G47h]
When a paragraph (at least) in a novel from 1993 (that otherwise covers science fiction, mild horror and mystery) hits close to home at the eve of a political election:
"civilization - in fact the planet itself - can't survive if government makes decisions based on the whims and selfish motivations of the masses that pull the levers in the voting booths."
*gasp* I thought I'd wait until 7pm when it would be cooler, but I just checked the forecast and it goes up to 37°C by then.
Malus points for Phabricator not providing an obvious "Clone"-like button when browsing the repo.