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A great real-time monitoring tool for Linux based servers

I thought I would share this great tool for real-time monitoring. It is surprising light weight for what it does. The author deserves a great deal of credit for such a well behaved tool. I've been using this now for a few years.
devops (x) linux (x) netdata (x)


Need for decentralization

While this article is for IoT it fits other systems as well.

One thing I have noticed is that NONE of my add blockers or privacy tools need to do anything when I am using this site. This is so refreshing and nice to see.


We Remember

#remembranceday (x)

Can't help but retweet this...


A nice addition to their campaign.



I have been pondering if I should resurrect my web control panel project for Open Simultaor and perhaps integrating friendica into it. I don't have as much free time as I would like but I still really like the Open Simulator community.


Programming ...

Let's see how this goes. SO far not so sure I am liking the way files are uploaded and handled.


Test of shared article

The Real Google+ Numbers
#Forbes #Google+Death

The number of truly active users on Google GOOGL -0.95%+ is significantly less than 1% of the total 2.2 billion Google users, according to a study published on April 14, 2015 by Eric Enge at Stone Temple Consulting, a digital marketing firm with offices in Boston and California.

Enge analyzed more than 500,000 randomly selected Google+ profiles. Since a Google profile is created automatically when people sign up with Google, it was no surprise to find that 90% of the people with profiles on Google+ had never posted publicly there at all. Enge extrapolated this analysis across the 2.2 billion users on Google and concluded that while the “active profiles” on Google+ amount to 111 million users, only 6.7 million users have 50 or more posts ever, and only 3.5 million have 50 or more posts in the last 30 days.
Heh. Don't use twitter at all, which is why I won't bother with Mastadon.