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Jan Wildeboer7,542Die Enthüllung des vom US-Geheimdienst NSA betriebenen Datenspähprogramms Prism durch den „Whistleblower“ Edward Snowden hat weltweit für Aufsehen gesorgt, kühnste Vermutungen bestätigt und Ängste geschürt: Unsere privatesten Daten sind weder vor privatwirtschaftlichen, noch vor staatlichen Zugriffen mehr sicher.   Die augenblicklich allgegenwärtige Diskussion über den Begriff des „gläsernen Menschen“ und über die zunehmende Kontrolle und Überwachung unserer Lebenswelt und Privatsphäre – sei es ungewollt (Stichworte: Google Street View und Google Earth, Überwachungskameras, digitaler Fingerabdruck, Rasterfahndung, Körperscanner etc.) oder freiwillig (Stichworte: Facebook, Myspace, Sexting, Blogs und Webseiten, Casting- und Talkshows etc.) – und die damit einhergehende wachsende kommerzielle Auswertung der dadurch neu verfügbaren Daten verlangen von uns heute einen bewussteren, kritischeren Umgang mit Kontrollsystemen aller Art.   Ausgehend von diesen Überlegungen untersuchen Künstler Manifestationen und Techniken der Kontrolle bzw. ersinnen im Umkehrschluss Verweigerungsstrategien und kreative Gegenentwürfe. Wie kann man sich der freiwilligen und unfreiwilligen Kontrolle durch produktionssteigernde Disziplinarsysteme entziehen? Wie verweigert man sich der zunehmenden Besitznahme durch politische, administrative und kommerzielle Strukturen? Welches Potenzial haben subversive Positionen in der Kunst?   Eine Woche vor der Eröffnung der Jahresausstellung an der Akademie der Bildenden Künste München findet – organisiert von Studierenden der Projektklasse von Prof. Julian Rosefeldt – in der historischen Aula ein Symposium zum Thema statt. Eingeladen sind Referenten aus verschiedenen Fachbereichen, die meisten von ihnen Medientheoretiker, vor allem aber auch Künstler, die subversive Strategien zur Unterminierung gängiger kommerzieller und kommunikativer Kontrollstrukturen entwickeln.   Das Symposium wird in Kooperation mit dem Lehrstuhl für Experimentelles Radio der Bauhaus-Universität Weimar über eine "Radiobrücke" live zu deren Jahresschau summaery2013 übertragen.Limits of Control - Wem Gehören Unsere Daten?2013-07-12 10:00:006  
Nils Hitze55,227Make Munich ist eine Messe für Trends und Innovationen aus den Bereichen 3D-Druck, Do It Yourself, Hacking, sowie Basteln und Tüfteln.  Wir planen Workshops mit dem +FabLab München, +fabbster home 3d printer ist Goldsponsor und bringt jede Menge Drucker mit, es wird einen Shootout zwischen 3d Druckern geben, wir basteln an Drohnen, Kinder können Zahnbürstenroboter bauen (und kommen unter 18 Jahren umsonst auf die MakeMunich), Maker stellen Ihre Produkte/Hacks vor und wir planen auch einige Sessions zu verschiedenen Themen rund um DIY/Making Noch gibt es übrigens Early Bird Tickets (ca 80) ! Quoting MakerFaire.com "A two-day, family-friendly festival of invention, creativity and resourcefulness, and a celebration of the Maker movement."Make Munich 20132013-04-20 10:00:0029  
Red Hat Czech562An open conference for Linux and JBoss Developers, Admins and Linux users organized by Red Hat Czech Republic. Last time, the conference hosted 60 talks, 11 workshops, and 3 hackfests, and was attended by 600 ppl.Developer Conference 20132013-02-23 09:00:00152  
GDG Munich Android507Hello everyone! The next Android meetup in Munich is at *August 9th*! The location is 1&1 office (Frankfurter Ring 129). We have two presentations so far: *Testing for Android* @116399318699348370525 & Stefan Beck from Bitbar *Dos and don't of Android UI* @102272971619910906878 from Snapp TV *Split Views* @113174846713577562718  If *you* have a presentation topic in mind you'd like to talk about please contact me! WE have room for one more (or two short ones) (Posted by @102272971619910906878)Android Meetup Munich2012-08-09 19:30:0031  

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2015-07-06 07:30:26 (32 comments, 5 reshares, 33 +1s)Open 

"Piketty: When I hear the Germans say that they maintain a very moral stance about debt and strongly believe that debts must be repaid, then I think: what a huge joke! Germany is the country that has never repaid its debts. It has no standing to lecture other nations."

https://medium.com/@gavinschalliol/thomas-piketty-germany-has-never-repaid-7b5e7add6fff

Most reshares: 48

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2015-07-06 13:07:32 (5 comments, 48 reshares, 63 +1s)Open 

Today, 10 years ago, the European parliament rejected the Software Patent directive. http://06072005.eu/software-patents-directive

On July 6th, 2005, the proposal was finally rejected by an overwhelming majority of 648 votes vs 14 and Michel Rocard commented :

"There is a collective and unanimous anger on the part of the entire Parliament at the unacceptable way it has been treated by the Commission and the Council. A total and cynical contempt for the choices made by Parliament at first reading. A total absence of any consultation by the Commission in drafting the text for the second reading. Repeated attempts even to stop discussions between Governments within the Council itself. As a matter of principle, this is scandalous enough. The crisis in Europe today has a lot to do with the deficit of democracy, an area where the Council has an overwhelming responsibility, as it... more »

Most plusones: 109

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2015-06-30 18:16:26 (19 comments, 4 reshares, 109 +1s)Open 

This is embarrassing to me. I'm just proud that Red Hat accepts me the way I am. Humbled. #TheOpenOrg +Jim Whitehurst

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2015-07-07 14:56:35 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Avianca, the 2015 Red Hat Innovator of the Year, reported a 50% reduction in total cost of ownership by using Red Hat JBoss Middleware. Check out their video: red.ht/1IF28Vq #ITTransformationTuesday #RedHatcustomers

Avianca, the 2015 Red Hat Innovator of the Year, reported a 50% reduction in total cost of ownership by using Red Hat JBoss Middleware. Check out their video: red.ht/1IF28Vq #ITTransformationTuesday #RedHatcustomers___

2015-07-07 10:11:18 (1 comments, 2 reshares, 16 +1s)Open 

Very nice visualization of stuff in space. http://stuffin.space/ 

Very nice visualization of stuff in space. http://stuffin.space/ ___

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2015-07-06 17:30:13 (3 comments, 0 reshares, 22 +1s)Open 

The July Red Hat New Hire dinner on #noswpat day. Cheers :-)

The July Red Hat New Hire dinner on #noswpat day. Cheers :-)___

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2015-07-06 13:34:48 (4 comments, 2 reshares, 60 +1s)Open 

10 years ago (well, 11 to be precise. This rally was 2004). Yes, that's me. Our rally against software patents during +LinuxTag And more pictures. Always remember 2005-07-06!

10 years ago (well, 11 to be precise. This rally was 2004). Yes, that's me. Our rally against software patents during +LinuxTag And more pictures. Always remember 2005-07-06!___

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2015-07-06 13:07:32 (5 comments, 48 reshares, 63 +1s)Open 

Today, 10 years ago, the European parliament rejected the Software Patent directive. http://06072005.eu/software-patents-directive

On July 6th, 2005, the proposal was finally rejected by an overwhelming majority of 648 votes vs 14 and Michel Rocard commented :

"There is a collective and unanimous anger on the part of the entire Parliament at the unacceptable way it has been treated by the Commission and the Council. A total and cynical contempt for the choices made by Parliament at first reading. A total absence of any consultation by the Commission in drafting the text for the second reading. Repeated attempts even to stop discussions between Governments within the Council itself. As a matter of principle, this is scandalous enough. The crisis in Europe today has a lot to do with the deficit of democracy, an area where the Council has an overwhelming responsibility, as it... more »

Today, 10 years ago, the European parliament rejected the Software Patent directive. http://06072005.eu/software-patents-directive

On July 6th, 2005, the proposal was finally rejected by an overwhelming majority of 648 votes vs 14 and Michel Rocard commented :

"There is a collective and unanimous anger on the part of the entire Parliament at the unacceptable way it has been treated by the Commission and the Council. A total and cynical contempt for the choices made by Parliament at first reading. A total absence of any consultation by the Commission in drafting the text for the second reading. Repeated attempts even to stop discussions between Governments within the Council itself. As a matter of principle, this is scandalous enough. The crisis in Europe today has a lot to do with the deficit of democracy, an area where the Council has an overwhelming responsibility, as it has proved amply on this issue. Let us hope that this rejection is a lesson to it ! "___

2015-07-06 11:53:06 (10 comments, 2 reshares, 20 +1s)Open 

Spotify, Apple Music, Netflix et al have teached me one thing: I buy more media. Vinyl, DVDs, CDs. Thank you all for that :-)

Spotify, Apple Music, Netflix et al have teached me one thing: I buy more media. Vinyl, DVDs, CDs. Thank you all for that :-)___

2015-07-06 07:30:26 (32 comments, 5 reshares, 33 +1s)Open 

"Piketty: When I hear the Germans say that they maintain a very moral stance about debt and strongly believe that debts must be repaid, then I think: what a huge joke! Germany is the country that has never repaid its debts. It has no standing to lecture other nations."

https://medium.com/@gavinschalliol/thomas-piketty-germany-has-never-repaid-7b5e7add6fff

"Piketty: When I hear the Germans say that they maintain a very moral stance about debt and strongly believe that debts must be repaid, then I think: what a huge joke! Germany is the country that has never repaid its debts. It has no standing to lecture other nations."

https://medium.com/@gavinschalliol/thomas-piketty-germany-has-never-repaid-7b5e7add6fff___

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2015-07-06 07:13:46 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

"Secret documents show creditors’ baseline estimate puts debt at 118% of GDP in 2030, even if it signs up to all tax and spending reforms demanded by troika"

http://www.theguardian.com/business/2015/jun/30/greek-debt-troika-analysis-says-significant-concessions-still-needed

"Secret documents show creditors’ baseline estimate puts debt at 118% of GDP in 2030, even if it signs up to all tax and spending reforms demanded by troika"

http://www.theguardian.com/business/2015/jun/30/greek-debt-troika-analysis-says-significant-concessions-still-needed___

2015-07-06 06:54:24 (13 comments, 6 reshares, 16 +1s)Open 

#insightful

Irresponsible or unavoidable borrowing?

Growing up in Europe, I didn't pay much attention to the construction of the Euro, and whatever little I remember has nothing to do with the economics of it. Now, older, having lived in the US for a while, with a Greek wife, I'm looking at the way the Euro is unraveling and I've been using the opportunity to try to figure out how it works (or, rather, why it doesn't).

The core mechanism that allows multiple states to share the same currency is pretty simple: since the weaker states can't devalue their currency to compensate for their trade deficit with the stronger ones, money has to flow from the stronger economies to the weaker ones in order to maintain the balance.

We see that in the US: as measured in GDP per capita, there's about a 2:1 ratio between the strongest states and the weakest ones. To compensate for that, a lot of money flows between states, through the federal government. Most taxes in the US are federal taxes, i.e. about 75%, and the federal government doesn't necessarily spend the money it collects in the exact states where it collects them. As an example, every year about 130 billion dollars paid by California in federal taxes don't make it back into California. Texas and New York are the two other states that have a negative balance of more than 100 billion each. For those 3 states, that outflow on money represents 5.7%, 7.2% and 7.4% of their respective GDPs. California is literally sending money to other states so that those states can buy California stuff. The same is true for Texas, New York, and about 20 of the 50 states that are sending money to the other 30.

Looking back in history, the Marshall Plan followed a somewhat similar logic: the US sent aid to Europe, to allow Europeans to buy US goods, which was both a stabilizing mechanism for European currencies that otherwise were in a devaluation spiral, and an outlet for the huge US industrial production. For reference, the Marshall Plan amounted to 120 billion dollars (in today's dollars) over 4 years, which is tiny compared to the amount of money that the federal government now redistributes across state lines.

We can compare that to the situation in the Eurozone/EU, where the GDP per capita varies by a factor of about 2.3:1. Germany's balance in the EU budget is negative by less than 9 billion Euros. France's and Italy's follow at approximately 6.5 billion and 6 billion. Germany's 9 billion Euros is tiny compared to California's 130 billion dollars, especially since Germany's GDP is 60% larger than that of California. Since the US and EU economies have approximately the same size, that's a reasonably apples-to-apples comparison. The biggest negative balance that a Eurozone country has with the EU is about 0.41% of its GDP. The biggest positive balance is 1.3%. Within the US, only 4 states out of 50 fall within that range.

That's the problem right there: Germany is not flowing enough money out to other Eurozone countries to compensate for its own very strong economy. That's true of other rich European countries as well, e.g. Netherlands, Austria, France.

From the Greek point of view, the only way to get that money to flow in order to maintain balance had been for the government to borrow. That wasn't irresponsible borrowing. That was mechanical, predictable. Greece's poor historical discipline around government finances only accelerated an unavoidable process, but it's not a root cause.

In fact, predictably, pushing Greece into austerity made things worse, much worse: with the root cause being Greece's relatively weak economy compared to the rest of the Eurozone, an austerity approach can only put Greece in a position where it needs even more money to flow in in order to maintain balance.

Even if we assume that all of Greece's debts get somehow forgiven with no further constraints and that Greece manages to run a balanced government budget, it would still be in an unsustainable position in the current Eurozone as its weaker economy would force additional money to flow in. Unless the Eurozone very significantly increases the amount of money that it redistributes across borders, Greece should get out of the Euro at the first opportunity, i.e. literally Monday morning, July 6.

Worse, with Greece out, it's only a matter of time for another weak country to find itself in the same position: that might be Portugal, Spain, Italy, or if Bulgaria, Romania or even Hungary join quickly enough that might go through that same death spiral quickly enough to see the Eurozone as a revolving door, with barely enough time to come in before being back out.

Once that first batch of weak countries is out, there'll always be more that'll be at the bottom of the scale and will find themselves in the same position. France is comfortably in the middle of the pack within Europe today, but attrition will eventually push it toward the bottom, and France having to leave the Euro is a true nightmare scenario for everyone.

In order for the Eurozone to survive, its rich members will need to send a lot more money to the poorer ones: the rich ones literally can't continue reaping benefits from a currency based on the European average without sharing those benefits with the poorer ones that bring that European average down. Otherwise, the Euro will consume country after country until it hits a country that is literally too big to fail.___#insightful

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2015-07-05 23:13:23 (4 comments, 8 reshares, 33 +1s)Open 

The Corporations vs the Workers.

The Corporations vs the Workers.___

2015-07-05 22:11:43 (16 comments, 2 reshares, 27 +1s)Open 

Greece just gave the EU a tough task. Solidarity or Bankstering. Who decides? The people or the money? 

Greece just gave the EU a tough task. Solidarity or Bankstering. Who decides? The people or the money? ___

2015-07-05 22:02:17 (5 comments, 0 reshares, 13 +1s)Open 

Conservatives and banksters couldn't kill Tsipras and Varoufakis. That's the result of the Greek referendum. 

Conservatives and banksters couldn't kill Tsipras and Varoufakis. That's the result of the Greek referendum. ___

2015-07-05 20:27:15 (15 comments, 0 reshares, 17 +1s)Open 

A 61% vote by the Greek people to their government to fucking do what they promised.

That's the simple result. How they can pull that of, well, that's a rather complicated story. That's the risk of simplifying complex issues in a referendum.

A 61% vote by the Greek people to their government to fucking do what they promised.

That's the simple result. How they can pull that of, well, that's a rather complicated story. That's the risk of simplifying complex issues in a referendum.___

2015-07-05 12:58:08 (5 comments, 1 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

TL;DR #bitcoin blockchain is unreliable ATM. https://bitcoin.org/en/alert/2015-07-04-spv-mining

TL;DR #bitcoin blockchain is unreliable ATM. https://bitcoin.org/en/alert/2015-07-04-spv-mining___

2015-07-05 10:04:08 (5 comments, 9 reshares, 21 +1s)Open 

This is a shocking documentary about how the U.S. let Srebrenica, the traumatic massacre in 1995, happen. How they misled the Netherlands, their ally, who had troops deployed that were forced to powerlessly witness this unfolding, relying on a promised air strike that never came. The former Dutch minister of defense and most of the other people being interviewed show true anger, disappointment and pain. Haunting. http://www.vpro.nl/speel.WO_VPRO_1254460.html

This is a shocking documentary about how the U.S. let Srebrenica, the traumatic massacre in 1995, happen. How they misled the Netherlands, their ally, who had troops deployed that were forced to powerlessly witness this unfolding, relying on a promised air strike that never came. The former Dutch minister of defense and most of the other people being interviewed show true anger, disappointment and pain. Haunting. http://www.vpro.nl/speel.WO_VPRO_1254460.html___

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2015-07-05 08:49:46 (6 comments, 7 reshares, 50 +1s)Open 

Via +Morten Juhl-Johansen Zőlde-Fejér #nuffsaid :-)

slow clap___Via +Morten Juhl-Johansen Zőlde-Fejér #nuffsaid :-)

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2015-07-05 00:03:00 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 8 +1s)Open 

Slides and lab guide from the "OpenShift for Operators" lab that I ran at Summit with the help of +Erik Jacobs , +Scott Collier , and +Christoph Görn : http://redhat.slides.com/nhr/openshift-for-operators

Slides and lab guide from the "OpenShift for Operators" lab that I ran at Summit with the help of +Erik Jacobs , +Scott Collier , and +Christoph Görn : http://redhat.slides.com/nhr/openshift-for-operators___

2015-07-04 23:53:58 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

Lieber +SPIEGEL ONLINE wenn ihr meint eine AfD unter Petry wäre rechtskonservativ, dann ist die BILD eine liberale Tageszeitung. 

Lieber +SPIEGEL ONLINE wenn ihr meint eine AfD unter Petry wäre rechtskonservativ, dann ist die BILD eine liberale Tageszeitung. ___

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2015-07-04 18:18:43 (1 comments, 9 reshares, 52 +1s)Open 

Explains it all. Logic.

Kam mir gleich so bekannt vor der Typ. 

RT  Maximal Jan @Janwaldsied___Explains it all. Logic.

2015-07-04 16:58:18 (10 comments, 1 reshares, 24 +1s)Open 

Fundamentalism (everywhere. Not limited to religion) isolates. It reduces interaction and makes sure you don't attract majorities. Which is why I prefer pragmatism without losing sight of my ultimate goals. And am ready to accept the flamewars from the fundamentalists. 

Fundamentalism (everywhere. Not limited to religion) isolates. It reduces interaction and makes sure you don't attract majorities. Which is why I prefer pragmatism without losing sight of my ultimate goals. And am ready to accept the flamewars from the fundamentalists. ___

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2015-07-04 16:49:42 (22 comments, 0 reshares, 30 +1s)Open 

Reading time. Bavarian style. #TheOpenOrg

Reading time. Bavarian style. #TheOpenOrg___

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2015-07-04 15:56:43 (14 comments, 1 reshares, 15 +1s)Open 

Bernie Sanders

Bernie Sanders___

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2015-07-04 11:10:54 (16 comments, 0 reshares, 19 +1s)Open 

Fighting hard to keep my apartment < 30°C. The a/c unit is scheduled for delivery on monday. A cold shower is scheduled for the next 10 minutes :-)


Fighting hard to keep my apartment < 30°C. The a/c unit is scheduled for delivery on monday. A cold shower is scheduled for the next 10 minutes :-)
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2015-07-03 22:29:46 (10 comments, 3 reshares, 35 +1s)Open 

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2015-07-03 14:13:42 (7 comments, 2 reshares, 10 +1s)Open 

Greek finance minister Varoufakis on Bitcoin. #insightful. Cc +Georg Zoche http://yanisvaroufakis.eu/2014/02/15/bitcoin-a-flawed-currency-blueprint-with-a-potentially-useful-application-for-the-eurozone/

"In summary, while Bitcoin is too deflationary by nature to act as a widespread currency alternative to the dollar or the euro, its design can be used profitably in order to help the Eurozone’s member-states create euro-denominated electronic payment systems that help them, at least in the medium term, overcome the asphyxiating deflationary pressures imposed upon them by the Eurozone’s Gold Standard-like (and, indeed, Bitcoin-like) austerian design."

Greek finance minister Varoufakis on Bitcoin. #insightful. Cc +Georg Zoche http://yanisvaroufakis.eu/2014/02/15/bitcoin-a-flawed-currency-blueprint-with-a-potentially-useful-application-for-the-eurozone/

"In summary, while Bitcoin is too deflationary by nature to act as a widespread currency alternative to the dollar or the euro, its design can be used profitably in order to help the Eurozone’s member-states create euro-denominated electronic payment systems that help them, at least in the medium term, overcome the asphyxiating deflationary pressures imposed upon them by the Eurozone’s Gold Standard-like (and, indeed, Bitcoin-like) austerian design."___

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2015-07-03 13:13:51 (5 comments, 1 reshares, 26 +1s)Open 

I was a bit younger when this picture was taken. At Phoenix Tattoo. In Raleigh, NC. :-)

We're hiring!___I was a bit younger when this picture was taken. At Phoenix Tattoo. In Raleigh, NC. :-)

2015-07-02 23:30:16 (16 comments, 0 reshares, 11 +1s)Open 

Why no burger or pizza service at 1:30am in Munich? Meh :-)

Why no burger or pizza service at 1:30am in Munich? Meh :-)___

2015-07-02 23:25:38 (3 comments, 5 reshares, 16 +1s)Open 

Mailpile is AGPLv3. Wow. https://www.mailpile.is/blog/2015-07-02_Licensing_Decision.html

Mailpile is AGPLv3. Wow. https://www.mailpile.is/blog/2015-07-02_Licensing_Decision.html___

2015-07-02 23:14:38 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 13 +1s)Open 

+glyn moody will be interested. "Dutch universities start their Elsevier boycott plan" https://universonline.nl/2015/07/02/dutch-universities-start-their-elsevier-boycott-plan

"State secretary Sander Dekker of Education wants all publications by Dutch scientists to be available through Open Access in 2024."

+glyn moody will be interested. "Dutch universities start their Elsevier boycott plan" https://universonline.nl/2015/07/02/dutch-universities-start-their-elsevier-boycott-plan

"State secretary Sander Dekker of Education wants all publications by Dutch scientists to be available through Open Access in 2024."___

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2015-07-02 22:03:34 (6 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

#nuffsaid

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2015-07-02 16:46:39 (5 comments, 0 reshares, 8 +1s)Open 

+Jon Masters Google just lowered the price of the Nexus 6! A bargain! Go get it! ;-)

+Jon Masters Google just lowered the price of the Nexus 6! A bargain! Go get it! ;-)___

2015-07-02 14:16:58 (3 comments, 7 reshares, 16 +1s)Open 

#notgood #chrome

"This is a modification of a proof-of-concept of a chrome address spoofing flaw published by David Leo (david.leo () deusen co uk) on the Full Disclosure mailing list.

(According to the original publication, this was reported to Google but it was regarded as a non-vulnerability.)

This version spoofs the HTTPS version of facebook.com. Surprisingly, it even shows the certificate in green"

https://github.com/musalbas/address-spoofing-poc

#notgood #chrome

"This is a modification of a proof-of-concept of a chrome address spoofing flaw published by David Leo (david.leo () deusen co uk) on the Full Disclosure mailing list.

(According to the original publication, this was reported to Google but it was regarded as a non-vulnerability.)

This version spoofs the HTTPS version of facebook.com. Surprisingly, it even shows the certificate in green"

https://github.com/musalbas/address-spoofing-poc___

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2015-07-02 13:37:50 (5 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

+OpenShift in action at #RHSUmmit. A live demo filled update on what's happening. Impressive stuff from git to .NET on OpenShift. Yes. OpenShift likes Windows too. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BIEf54dqRJg&index=16&list=PLEGSLwUsxfEhatReWsfXr4rhva081pdc2

+OpenShift in action at #RHSUmmit. A live demo filled update on what's happening. Impressive stuff from git to .NET on OpenShift. Yes. OpenShift likes Windows too. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BIEf54dqRJg&index=16&list=PLEGSLwUsxfEhatReWsfXr4rhva081pdc2___

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2015-07-02 13:34:20 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

Hey, +Selina Kyle As you like men in suits and comics, here's something for you from my good friends at +OppoSuits™ ;-) Badaboom! http://www.opposuits.de/anzuege/comic-book-anzuge-badaboom.html

Hey, +Selina Kyle As you like men in suits and comics, here's something for you from my good friends at +OppoSuits™ ;-) Badaboom! http://www.opposuits.de/anzuege/comic-book-anzuge-badaboom.html___

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2015-07-02 12:44:48 (17 comments, 13 reshares, 51 +1s)Open 

Unconditional basic income experiment to start in Utrecht, the Netherlands. http://qz.com/437088/utrecht-will-give-money-for-free-to-its-citizens-will-it-make-them-lazier/

Unconditional basic income experiment to start in Utrecht, the Netherlands. http://qz.com/437088/utrecht-will-give-money-for-free-to-its-citizens-will-it-make-them-lazier/___

2015-07-02 12:42:37 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

If I would have been a wild bankster. I would have put up a little fond with 1.55B€ (that's peanuts to collect in a matter of hours), paid of the greek debt at IMF, informed the greek government about that and call the greek billionaires if they are interested to buy it at a little premium of say 10%. #disruptive , bro.

If I would have been a wild bankster. I would have put up a little fond with 1.55B€ (that's peanuts to collect in a matter of hours), paid of the greek debt at IMF, informed the greek government about that and call the greek billionaires if they are interested to buy it at a little premium of say 10%. #disruptive , bro.___

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2015-07-02 08:05:00 (6 comments, 1 reshares, 13 +1s)Open 

France’s tax department is willing to make the source code available for its income tax software system, says Axelle Lemaire, minister responsible for Digital Affairs. However, preparation takes time, she told April, France’s free software advocacy group, last month.

France’s tax department is willing to make the source code available for its income tax software system, says Axelle Lemaire, minister responsible for Digital Affairs. However, preparation takes time, she told April, France’s free software advocacy group, last month.___

2015-07-01 21:42:16 (4 comments, 1 reshares, 26 +1s)Open 

The millions raised by US presidential candidates for their campaigns could end the UN food program crisis immediately. #justsayin  

The millions raised by US presidential candidates for their campaigns could end the UN food program crisis immediately. #justsayin  ___

2015-07-01 20:49:55 (3 comments, 0 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

Hey, uber. Look at what shyp is doing. They are actually employing their couriers.

"Newly classified W2 couriers will now get workers’ compensation, and we will pay for their vehicle expenses, in addition to their unemployment, Social Security, and Medicare taxes, just like we do for our satellite drivers and warehouse employees. Depending upon hours worked, we will provide additional benefits such as health care."

http://blog.shyp.com/shyp-ceo-note/

Hey, uber. Look at what shyp is doing. They are actually employing their couriers.

"Newly classified W2 couriers will now get workers’ compensation, and we will pay for their vehicle expenses, in addition to their unemployment, Social Security, and Medicare taxes, just like we do for our satellite drivers and warehouse employees. Depending upon hours worked, we will provide additional benefits such as health care."

http://blog.shyp.com/shyp-ceo-note/___

2015-07-01 20:21:06 (1 comments, 1 reshares, 14 +1s)Open 

EFF be like:

"EFF Stands With Innovative Developers in the Wake of Oracle v. Google

The Supreme Court’s refusal to review the Federal Circuit’s dangerous decision in Oracle v. Google means that court’s decision will stand for now. EFF, along with leading computer scientists and copyright practitioners, thinks the Federal Circuit got it wrong: the legal precedents that the Federal Circuit refused to follow, as well as the realities of software development, argue against treating application programming interfaces (APIs) as copyrightable. And while the case isn’t over, we’re worried that litigious, well-heeled software companies will begin to threaten innovative developers with lawsuits, or demand license fees, when they create interoperable software by using or re-implementing an API." [1]

And I'm like DUH, EFF. That's what patent trolls aredoing sin... more »

EFF be like:

"EFF Stands With Innovative Developers in the Wake of Oracle v. Google

The Supreme Court’s refusal to review the Federal Circuit’s dangerous decision in Oracle v. Google means that court’s decision will stand for now. EFF, along with leading computer scientists and copyright practitioners, thinks the Federal Circuit got it wrong: the legal precedents that the Federal Circuit refused to follow, as well as the realities of software development, argue against treating application programming interfaces (APIs) as copyrightable. And while the case isn’t over, we’re worried that litigious, well-heeled software companies will begin to threaten innovative developers with lawsuits, or demand license fees, when they create interoperable software by using or re-implementing an API." [1]

And I'm like DUH, EFF. That's what patent trolls are doing since years and YOU, dear EFF still believe software patents can be reformed to work. Nope. Nope. Nope.

[1] https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2015/06/eff-stands-innovative-developers-wake-oracle-v-google


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2015-07-01 19:54:25 (2 comments, 1 reshares, 20 +1s)Open 

A giant horse made out of wood has been shipped from Brussels to Athens. What a nice gift! #grexit #graccident #sarcasm 

A giant horse made out of wood has been shipped from Brussels to Athens. What a nice gift! #grexit #graccident #sarcasm ___

2015-07-01 19:32:02 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

Es ist nur ein Gerücht das Pofalla zur Bundesanwaltschaft wechselt und alle NSA-Sachen beendet. #nsaua 

Es ist nur ein Gerücht das Pofalla zur Bundesanwaltschaft wechselt und alle NSA-Sachen beendet. #nsaua ___

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2015-07-01 19:26:04 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

Coolness!

Expanding the footprint of #RedHat Enterprise Linux for #SAP HANA with .Amazon Web Services___Coolness!

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2015-07-01 18:17:24 (22 comments, 45 reshares, 52 +1s)Open 

#abenteuerbahn ;-) via Twitter

@Niehaves: Liebe @DB_Bahn, ich schreibe aus @lufthansa, 10 T m Flughöhe, irgendwo ü.d. Atlantik. Wollte nen Freund anrufen. Geht nicht, er sitzt im ICE

Hier als +Marcus Niehaves zu finden :-)

#abenteuerbahn ;-) via Twitter

@Niehaves: Liebe @DB_Bahn, ich schreibe aus @lufthansa, 10 T m Flughöhe, irgendwo ü.d. Atlantik. Wollte nen Freund anrufen. Geht nicht, er sitzt im ICE

Hier als +Marcus Niehaves zu finden :-)___

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2015-07-01 13:32:48 (4 comments, 1 reshares, 9 +1s)Open 

Amadeus, a technology solution provider for the travel industry, is using OpenShift Enterprise as the foundation for its private cloud platform. "At Amadeus we want to continue to get much closer to our customers from a technological standpoint; to deliver applications more quickly, and to provide a much more flexible platform that can adapt to change easily." http://red.ht/1g3H6o9 #WhatsNewWednesday #RedHatcustomers

Amadeus, a technology solution provider for the travel industry, is using OpenShift Enterprise as the foundation for its private cloud platform. "At Amadeus we want to continue to get much closer to our customers from a technological standpoint; to deliver applications more quickly, and to provide a much more flexible platform that can adapt to change easily." http://red.ht/1g3H6o9 #WhatsNewWednesday #RedHatcustomers___

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2015-07-01 11:09:40 (3 comments, 0 reshares, 13 +1s)Open 

In the Netherlands police used violence to arrest a man. He died. And the authorities are brutally honest and open about it. No weaseling, just the simple truth. The police agents failed and they are to blame. Period. That's impressive nowadays.

Mitch Henriquez is door politiegeweld om het leven gekomen, blijkt uit sectie.
(Het artikel wordt steeds aangevuld met meer informatie uit de persconferentie) ‪#‎mitchhenriquez‬___In the Netherlands police used violence to arrest a man. He died. And the authorities are brutally honest and open about it. No weaseling, just the simple truth. The police agents failed and they are to blame. Period. That's impressive nowadays.

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2015-06-30 22:03:30 (5 comments, 1 reshares, 19 +1s)Open 

German firends will get the relevance of this. GEMA lost. About time. http://www.heise.de/newsticker/meldung/GEMA-blitzt-mit-Klage-gegen-YouTube-ab-2732375.html

German firends will get the relevance of this. GEMA lost. About time. http://www.heise.de/newsticker/meldung/GEMA-blitzt-mit-Klage-gegen-YouTube-ab-2732375.html___

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2015-06-30 21:10:11 (4 comments, 3 reshares, 12 +1s)Open 

A beginner's guide to #GitHub http://red.ht/1zNO3lR by @r3bl

A beginner's guide to #GitHub http://red.ht/1zNO3lR by @r3bl___

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2015-06-30 18:16:26 (19 comments, 4 reshares, 109 +1s)Open 

This is embarrassing to me. I'm just proud that Red Hat accepts me the way I am. Humbled. #TheOpenOrg +Jim Whitehurst

This is embarrassing to me. I'm just proud that Red Hat accepts me the way I am. Humbled. #TheOpenOrg +Jim Whitehurst___

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2015-06-30 15:59:46 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

It was really impressive.

What do you think of our 2015 keynote demo? Launching 1026 Docker containers, end-user sketches, real-time web dashboards, BLE beacon tracking for IoT? https://youtu.be/wWNVpFibayA?t=1150___It was really impressive.

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