Somebody is creating virtual traffic jams on Google Maps by lugging around Android smartphones in a handcart.
„99 second hand smartphones are transported in a handcart to generate virtual traffic jam in Google Maps.Through this activity, it is possible to turn a green street red which has an impact in the physical world by navigating cars on another route to avoid being stuck in traffic. „
Oulalala ! A demain ,-)
Dimanche 2 février au @CentrePompidou@twitter.com :
➡️ David Simon @Aodespair@twitter.com : à 14h, projection de The Deuce, et à 17h, masterclasse.
➡️ David Dufresne @email@example.com : à 19h, la leçon des images.
Vous connaissiez David contre Goliath ?
Vous adorerez David avec David. #HorsPistes
This RSS feed means listeners will be able to subscribe to the corresonding channel using podcasting apps, like AntennaPod or VLC, even if they don't have a Funkwhale account.
If you are a podcast listener, would you mind trying to subscribe to the test feed linked below below from you typical podcasting app and let me know what works and what doesn't?
(you can also see the corresponding Funkwhale UI at https://channels.tests.funkwhale.audio/channels/cb00a95d-81c9-485e-8302-0c4e0ba15ba6, still a WIP)
One important thing: only the latest episode will play actual sound (the previous ones just have 1s of blank sound), that's expected.
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1) L'opposition (dont LR!) fait une PPL pour allonger la durée de congé en cas de deuil d'un enfant de 5 à 12 jours
2) LREM rejette sur consigne de la ministre parce que ça va "pénaliser les entreprises", qui précise qu'il est possible pour d'autres employés de faire don de leurs RTT à la place 🤮
3) Le Medef (LE MEDEF!) demande à ce qu'on refasse le vote parce que là c'est abusé
Bien joué : soit ils refont le vote et sont les pantins du Medef, soit ils passent pour des connards sans âme. 👏
"In 1849, the British survey wanted to preserve local names if possible (e.g., Kangchenjunga and Dhaulagiri), Waugh argued that he could not find any commonly used local name. Waugh's search for a local name was hampered by Nepal and Tibet's exclusion of foreigners. Waugh argued that because there were many local names, it would be difficult to favour one name over all others; He decided that Peak XV should be named after British surveyor Sir George Everest, his predecessor as Surveyor General of India. Everest himself opposed the name suggested by Waugh and told the Royal Geographical Society in 1857 that "Everest" could not be written in Hindi nor pronounced by "the native of India". Waugh's proposed name prevailed despite the objections, and in 1865, the Royal Geographical Society officially adopted Mount Everest as the name for the highest mountain in the world."
just one of those little stories in history that gets lost to time
as always, cropping kills it
(poke @Thib sorry to bother you again on this, but you're the only one I know that can answer it for sure ^^")
#mastodev Say an admin deletes remote medias to gain some space, which will then be redownloaded if they are needed. Is there a hash used to check that the redownloaded media is the same as the original one? Or could a rogue admin change that way remotely-boosted images a posteriori?
Par Reno Pixellu @RPixellu
Avid media consumer, I like to share what I heard, read, watched or played.
Toots in English and en français. 日本語 too (learning)
This is a private instance. Sorry.