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submitted 24 minutes ago* (last edited 24 minutes ago) by VILenin@hexbear.net to c/the_dunk_tank@hexbear.net

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In the worst-case scenarios that the Biden administration has quietly simulated over the past year or so, Russian hackers working on behalf of Vladimir V. Putin bring down hospital systems across the United States. In others, China’s military hackers trigger chaos, shutting down water systems and electric grids to distract Americans from an invasion of Taiwan.

Burgerlanders are so important that the seeseepee will make your toilet overflow to distract you from epic Slava Taiwani

Such a perfect encapsulation of liberal propaganda

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submitted 7 minutes ago by vatlark@lemmy.world to c/openstreetmap@lemmy.ml

I first learned of Street-Complete here and I really like it.

It's satisfying to walk around, complete little tasks, and get prizes, scratching a similar itch to Pokemon Go.

Stuck waiting for someone? Add opening hours for a few local businesses.

Have a long walk ahead of you? See if you can add/check house addresses as fast as you can walk.

Want to walk off a few beers before heading home? Complete some tasks in the bar street.

Its a very constructive way to "be right" on the internet.

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submitted 21 minutes ago* (last edited 7 minutes ago) by eleitl@lemm.ee to c/collapse@lemm.ee

Abstract

Human activities affect the Earth’s climate through modifying the composition of the atmosphere, which then creates radiative forcing that drives climate change. The warming effect of anthropogenic greenhouse gases has been partially balanced by the cooling effect of anthropogenic aerosols. In 2020, fuel regulations abruptly reduced the emission of sulfur dioxide from international shipping by about 80% and created an inadvertent geoengineering termination shock with global impact. Here we estimate the regulation leads to a radiative forcing of Wm−2 averaged over the global ocean. The amount of radiative forcing could lead to a doubling (or more) of the warming rate in the 2020 s compared with the rate since 1980 with strong spatiotemporal heterogeneity. The warming effect is consistent with the recent observed strong warming in 2023 and expected to make the 2020 s anomalously warm. The forcing is equivalent in magnitude to 80% of the measured increase in planetary heat uptake since 2020. The radiative forcing also has strong hemispheric contrast, which has important implications for precipitation pattern changes. Our result suggests marine cloud brightening may be a viable geoengineering method in temporarily cooling the climate that has its unique challenges due to inherent spatiotemporal heterogeneity.

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submitted 37 minutes ago by CAVOK@lemmy.world to c/privacy@lemmy.ml

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/17746311

This release, I2P 2.6.0, continues our work by fixing bugs, adding features, and improving the network's reliability.

Newer routers will be favored when selecting floodfill routers. I2PSnark received features which improve the performance of PeX(Peer Exchange), in addition to bug fixes. Legacy transport protocols are being removed, simplifying the code in the UDP transports. Locally-hosted destination will be reachable by local clients without requesting their LeaseSet, improving performance and testability. Additional tweaks were made to peer selection strategies.

I2P no longer allows I2P-over-Tor, connections from Tor exit IP addresses are now blocked. We discourage this because it degrades the performance of I2P and uses up the resources of Tor exits for no benefit. If you are a helpful person running both a Tor Exit and I2P we encourage you to continue to do so, using different IP addresses for each. Non-exit relays and Tor clients are unaffected by this and do not need to change anything.

As usual, we recommend that you update to this release. The best way to maintain security and help the network is to run the latest release.

RELEASE DETAILS Changes

  • Router: Increase minimum version for floodfill routers

  • Router: Disable I2P over Tor

  • Address Book: Cache locally hosted destinations

Bug Fixes

  • I2PSnark: Peer Exchange Tweaks

  • I2PSnark: Bugfixes

  • Router: Peer Selection Tweaks

Other

  • Translation updates
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submitted 11 minutes ago by partybot@lemmy.ca to c/coolguides@lemmy.ca
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submitted 23 minutes ago by smeg@feddit.uk to c/freegames@feddit.uk

Simple balancing arcade game for Android, free (reduced from a whopping 19p!) on Google Play

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submitted 24 minutes ago* (last edited 20 minutes ago) by sarah2653@lemmy.ml to c/asklemmy@lemmy.ml

and how do I react next time they don't greet me?

I started working at this department 3 weeks ago. I went into the office I now work at, greeted 2 coworkers I've already worked with, they looked at me, said nothing, kept talking to themselves.

How am I supposed to interpret that?

To me this is disrespectful, maybe you disagree?

Then, as I was working, I saw both of them staring at me. What am I supposed to do when that happens? To me this signals hostility and passive aggressiveness.

I separate private life from personal one but even I know that the least you can do is to greet your coworkers, unless you want them to quit.

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submitted 40 minutes ago by bsergay@discuss.online to c/linux@lemmy.ml

The Linux ecosystem is vast and diverse, offering a multitude of distributions to suit every need and preference. With hundreds of distros to choose from, it's a pity that most are rarely mentioned while the popular ones are constantly being regurgitated.

This thread aims to celebrate this diversity and shine a light on smaller projects with passionate developers. I invite you to pitch your favorite underappreciated distro and share your experiences with those lesser-known Linux distributions that deserve more attention.

While there are no strict rules or banlists, I encourage you to focus on truly niche or exotic distributions rather than the more commonly discussed ones. Consider touching upon what makes your chosen distro unique:

  • What features or philosophies set it apart?
  • Why do you favor it over other distros, including the popular ones? (Beyond "It just works.")
  • In what situations would you recommend it to others?

Whether it's a specialized distro for a particular use case or a general-purpose OS with a unique twist, let's explore the road less traveled in the Linux landscape. Your insights could introduce fellow enthusiasts to their next favorite distribution!

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submitted 18 minutes ago by ksynwa@lemmygrad.ml to c/movies@hexbear.net

cross-posted from: https://lemmygrad.ml/post/5147313

It's been a while since I have read any comic books. Been wanting to read one.

I am not an avid comic book reader. I would say capeshit is discouraged but feel free to recommend it if you want. I will leave it at your discretion. Any genre is fine except horror. Need something that has finished the run or at least has a good number of issues out so I can binge.

These are the ones I have read so far to give you an idea. But recommendations do not have to conform this list:

  1. Transformers: More Than Meets the Eyes is my favourite because of the heartfelt characters and great humour
  2. The Sandman. It's a classic and I liked it.
  3. East of West. I thought it was interesting but it didn't quite grab me.
  4. The 12 issue run of Mister Miracle. I thought what there was of it was good but it wasn't meaty enough IMO.
  5. Jeff Lemire run of Moon Knight. This was good.
  6. Saga. I read it until the hiatus. Liked it.
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submitted 18 minutes ago by ksynwa@lemmygrad.ml to c/comradeship@lemmygrad.ml

It's been a while since I have read any comic books. Been wanting to read one.

I am not an avid comic book reader. I would say capeshit is discouraged but feel free to recommend it if you want. I will leave it at your discretion. Any genre is fine except horror. Need something that has finished the run or at least has a good number of issues out so I can binge.

These are the ones I have read so far to give you an idea. But recommendations do not have to conform this list:

  1. Transformers: More Than Meets the Eyes is my favourite because of the heartfelt characters and great humour
  2. The Sandman. It's a classic and I liked it.
  3. East of West. I thought it was interesting but it didn't quite grab me.
  4. The 12 issue run of Mister Miracle. I thought what there was of it was good but it wasn't meaty enough IMO.
  5. Jeff Lemire run of Moon Knight. This was good.
  6. Saga. I read it until the hiatus. Liked it.
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submitted 39 minutes ago* (last edited 38 minutes ago) by bsergay@discuss.online to c/linux@lemmy.world

The Linux ecosystem is vast and diverse, offering a multitude of distributions to suit every need and preference. With hundreds of distros to choose from, it’s a pity that most are rarely mentioned while the popular ones are constantly being regurgitated.

This thread aims to celebrate this diversity and shine a light on smaller projects with passionate developers. I invite you to pitch your favorite underappreciated distro and share your experiences with those lesser-known Linux distributions that deserve more attention.

While there are no strict rules or banlists, I encourage you to focus on truly niche or exotic distributions rather than the more commonly discussed ones. Consider touching upon what makes your chosen distro unique:

  • What features or philosophies set it apart?
  • Why do you favor it over other distros, including the popular ones? (Beyond “It just works.”)
  • In what situations would you recommend it to others?

Whether it’s a specialized distro for a particular use case or a general-purpose OS with a unique twist, let’s explore the road less traveled in the Linux landscape. Your insights could introduce fellow enthusiasts to their next favorite distribution!

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submitted 2 minutes ago by Syl@jlai.lu to c/france@jlai.lu
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