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El antiguo testamento, la mejor de todas las razones para ser ateo.

haha deacuerdo.. esto queda muy desactualizado haha esta muy raro



 

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Is there #correlation between #freesoftware support and #veganism?

I usually make fun of vegans but applying some actual logic and critical thinking I can't really make any counter arguments, plus the whole cause to me seems kinda similar to #FOSS activism.

How many of you #FOSS people are #vegans? What do you think about this?

("flexitarian", Ubuntu user and interested in the #freesoftware philosophy)

Thanks for the feedback! Had to DuckDuckGo flexitarian :)

The similarity I'm seeing is undergoing a bit of inconvenience to prevent great amount of indirectly caused harm.



 

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Cisco Removes Undocumented Root Password From Bandwidth Monitoring Software - Fifth backdoor feature found in as many months


Seems to be one a month now... I was joking last month when I said I wonder when the next one will be discovered. Is proprietary software so much "better" when these gems are hidden away? The only more secure router is the one where you have the coide and can compile it yourself.

See https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/cisco-removes-undocumented-root-password-from-bandwidth-monitoring-software/

#cisco #Backdoor #Cisco #Root #Vulnerability #Security #InfoSec #ComputerSecurity

But chip makers may see inside your cortex despite your protest

its why i planing to leave this planet of slaves and their masters, hopefully soon.
ps: not all chip makers is evil yet. some of them still respect free will.



 

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Stripe’s Veneur: A distributed, fault-tolerant pipeline for observability data


veneur - A distributed, fault-tolerant pipeline for observability data
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HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=17586185
Posted by federicoponzi (karma: 2075)
Post stats: Points: 101 - Comments: 39 - 2018-07-22T10:58:20Z

\#HackerNews #data #distributed #fault-tolerant #for #observability #pipeline #stripes #veneur
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#Usury ( or better put, #ربا ) is #Jewish #Belligerent #Extortion ; and only #Islam is potent enough to eradicate it.

All, A-L-L, "critiques" of "Islam" are, in reality, strategically-motivated #defenses of the same Jewish belligerent extortion.

#Capitalism = #State -sponsored Usury
#Socialism = Usury -subsidized State

#إسلام‎

I don't really comprehend the term 'hate speech' @StⒶnley (((Toothbrush))) IV IV. In my typically anachronistic outlook, I do comprehend the meaning of 'obscene speech'. I have let yours pass a couple of times here. Let this statement express the end of my tolerance of similar obscenity in the future.

Aww, but it's not like the poor guy can make a rational argument, and for some reason he's compelled to comment, so "obscene speech" is all he's got.



 
This is how #google is trying to use #privacy to monopolize the email and office suite market
Gmail rolls out DRM for email and office documents, calls it "Confidential Mode"


 

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Church of Akhtamar, on Akhtamar Island on Lake Van....in Historic Armenia. (Present day Turkey)

My family on both sides was originally from this area, for several centuries. They were forced to leave when they heard that massacres were headed their way. Long stories of arduous survival through a rough terrain for my paternal family; with my grandmother losing five sisters to typhoid along the journey to freedom.

in The long run, after much sacrifice and hardship with a focus on the future rather than the past; they built very successful lives for themselves, their children and grandchildren...I never, ever heard a word of complaint, self-pity or even hatred of the Turks. In fact, my grandparents, like many Armenians in Marseille, had a framed large color photo of Constantinople (current day Istanbul) hanging on the wall. When I asked my paternal grandmother why she had that photo up, she told me it was the mo... show more


 

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Links 23/7/2018: Linux 4.18 RC6, Plans for Next KDE


 

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So, I watched Unbreakable and Split... And now I can't wait to watch Glass!!!... I just wished we'd see another Unbreakable movie with Bruce Willis <3 <3 <3



#Unbreakable #Split #Glass #BruceWillis #JamesMcAvoy #SamuelLJackson #MNightShyamalan #BW #Movie #Movies #Fantasy #Mystery #Suspense #Psychological #SuperHero #SuperHeroes #Comics #2000 #2016 #2019 #AikaSan

@Lil' Beanie To be quiet honest, DC is a big universe and I don't know all of the characters in there... so, they might have a beast or 2... I just never can remember everything... I stick with my favorite characters and learn as I go along... Just like with Marvel...

@Lil' Beanie There's Beast Boy and Martian Manhunter, in the DC comics universe... There's probably more, though...




 

Solar and wind are coming. And the power sector isn’t ready


The rise in renewable energy will scramble the decision making of grid managers.
Article word count: 1683

HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=17588017
Posted by spenrose (karma: 1583)
Post stats: Points: 96 - Comments: 59 - 2018-07-22T18:16:25Z

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Catherine Deneuve for magazine photo shoot. Can’t read my own shorthand for magazine or photographer; from my archives. Sorry for sloppiness.

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An Eastern Courtyard
Frederick Arthur Bridgman

Oil on canvas

#art #american #painting #orientalism


 
today's leftovers


 
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Frederick Arthur Bridgman

Oil on canvas

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#Paris
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Streets of #Paris
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today's howtos


 
KDE and GNOME: KDE 18.08, Usability & Productivity and More


 
Brazil far-right politician enters presidential race


 

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Programming: Persepolis, Microsoft EEE, Apache Subversion 1.10.2, SPAKE2 In Golang, AMD AOCC 1.2.1


 
Nerd nostalgia alert! Real Genius is now on Netflix! #movies #nerd #geek


 
While I was recently re-watching Interview With the Vampire for the first time in awhile I was thinking about what it would be like to live for hundreds of years or more. Then I flashed back to a line from the beginning where Lestat says to to Louis, "I've come to answer your prayers. Life has no meaning any more does it? The wine has no taste. The food sickens you. It seems no reason for any of it..." and then goes on to convince Louis to become a vampire. However we then find out in this vampire mythology that vampires can't eat. For me the majority of the joy of life is one way or another connected with food. I'm a foodie because I love all kinds of food, simple and cheap to complex and expensive. Living hundreds of years without being able to enjoy the exploration and enjoyment of food seems horrible to me, before we get to any of the other complications that substantially increased longevity brings (as Armand gets into later). Food is life. Whether it's following the teachings of Buddhist monks and learning how to thoroughly enjoy each sip of a cup of tea or each bite of a piece... show more


 
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Frederick Arthur Bridgman
The Siesta

Oil on canvas

#art #american #painting #orientalism

Frederick Arthur Bridgman (November 10, 1847 – January 13, 1928) was an American artist known for his paintings of "Orientalist" subjects

Born in Tuskegee, Alabama, Bridgman was the son of a physician. He began as a draughtsman in New York City, for the American Bank Note Company in 1864–65, and studied art in the same years at the Brooklyn Art Association and at the National Academy of Design. He went to Paris in 1866, and in 1867 he entered the studio of the noted academic painter Jean-Léon Gérôme (1824–1904), where he was deeply influenced by Gérôme's precise draftsmanship, smooth finishes, and concern for Middle-Eastern themes. Thereafter, Paris became his headquarters. In 1874, he was elected into the National Academy of Design as an Associate member, and became a full member in 1881.

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