So, are Parmigiano Reggiano and Prosecco safe from #Brexit? No idea.
Compare "Article IP.57: Review in relation to geographical indications" («may jointly use reasonable endeavours to agree rules») https://ec.europa.eu/info/sites/info/files/draft_eu-uk_trade_and_cooperation_agreement.pdf vs. treaty with Panama.
quando leggi le mail di @nemobis e la domenica sera aspetti di scaricare gli ocr di un archivio di un quotidiano anzichè guardare un film.
Blog: When Google went down this week it caused chaos for mailserver admins. #GoogleDown was a mistake, but #Gmail deliberately breaks email every day https://lightmeter.io/googledown-happens-every-day-for-mailops-admins/
I hate to say it, but #Microsoft #GitHub is right in this blog post: cookie banners are not needed at all, if you do things right. Applying #EU #privacy standards worldwide is the way.
That said, I have no idea whether _gh_sess and _octo #cookies are really necessary for logged out users. It would be better to explain what they are for.
Conservancy filed yesterday three Long Form comments for our #DMCA exemption requests: https://sfconservancy.org/news/2020/dec/15/dmca-exemptions-long-form/ 1st exemption is for license violation investigation. 2nd for installing FOSS firmwares on wireless routers. 3rd for increase circumvention rights for privacy research
On learning from my (numerous) mistakes.
Yesterday my uploads to the #InternetArchive were going nicely, so of course I went, "why not double the upload rate?" I had to slap myself: "remember last time? You *promised*!"
I'm happy I relented. We got a traffic jam overnight.
"Profiling live Wikipedia traffic with near-zero overhead"
> Each day of Wikipedia backend traffic yields about 3 million stack trace samples, as collected by Excimer, a new a low-overhead sampling profiler for PHP.
I wrote all about it in this year's Performance Calendar:
Amazing photoessay about urban explorers that discovered a collection of previously unphotographed Soviet-era mainframes and PCs https://rusue.com/cemetery-of-soviet-computers/
Proclamation 4867—National Port Week
Did I miss the outrage for this unconstitutional 1906 "command" that «the people shall meet in their homes» etc.? Was it a tax, was it #precatory?
Justice Breyer was flippant today. Loved it.
Typo, of course: should be "than he can be wrong".
«But the belief in the possibility of a rule of law, of justice, and of freedom, can hardly survive the acceptance of an epistemology which teaches that there are no objective facts; not merely in this particular case, but in any other case; and that the judge cannot have made a factual mistake because he can no more be right about the facts than he can be right.»
Karl Popper, "Sources of knowledge and ignorance", 1960-01-20.
Attempt to read a book to distract from #elections2020: epic fail.
#Elsevier / $RELX «said on Thursday annual revenue could fall as much as 210 million pounds short of costs in its exhibitions business, as it suffered from coronavirus-driven halts in major events this year.»
Stock price courts the minimum of 6 months.
🌍 🌡 Parliament has voted in favour of the EU climate law and is calling for the 2030 emissions reduction target to be increased to 60% >> http://eptwitter.eu/quaJ
USA move to adopt China's economic system:
«The deal, which must still gain formal U.S. approval, would create a new U.S.-based company, #TikTok Global, in which #Oracle, an American software maker, and #Walmart would own 20 percent».
Let's see what's next in line for copying. Maybe a nice cultural revolution? #nt
"Il neocapitalismo è stato bravo ma supererà la porta ecologica?"
Giovani per il "rispetto ovunque dei diritti umani e delle sostenibilità ecologiche"
"Onorevole, la smetta di interrompere i colleghi"
Certe cose non cambiano mai... Un paese pietrificato.
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