And you’re both right. It’s usually distributed from some intern system. Wrote some years ago. They only complain when a page ranks bad due to loading speed and want it magically fixed. “It’s the ads” they add themselves but nobody wants to hear this. I gave up. Blocking works.
At one point in time I decided to combine all my sites into one. Then I decided to stop posting to Facebook, which resulted in posting more on my blog, both private and businessy stuff. Then a friend told me mixing too much private stuff on a business site felt wrong. Then another friend told me he …
I wrote something similar about Medium back in July to what Ben Werdmüller writes now. Medium isn’t doing something bad, it’s just that they changed directions over the last years. From being a platform, where anyone can write anything and anyone can read anything for free, it’s now something like …
Got some scam mail. Nothing really special but I took a look at the header. This one came from a goverment webmailer in brazil and was tagged with `User-Agent: RoundCube Webmail/0.8.2` released in 2012. So very EOL. Wow, that’s some call from the past.
Our village in numbers:
Region area: ~5.500.000 m²
Neighbours with leaf blower fetish: 1
Oh… das Intro von @falkoloeffler liest sich ja fast wie von Pratchett. Gleich mal nach ReadLater gedingst 👍
Here is a list of all the various home automation tools and apps I use.
I decided in late October that I want to be off Facebook by the new year. I think the company is awful for a lot of reasons. At that time, the most recent reasons were Zuck saying Facebook wouldn’t prohibit political ads with outright lies in them. They also took down some pro-vaccine ads while le…
It’s kinda ironic that your code snipped exposed missing sanitation and escaping in my RSS aggregator and reader. Reported upstream xD
Back when nuclear power stations were first proposed, we were promised “energy which is too cheap to meter”. That is, the cost of electricity would be so low, invoicing for its use would be prohibitively expensive.
Well, that didn’t exactly turn out that way! But as our electronics have become more …