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2017-02-18 15:04:50 (96 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

Thinking of moving away from Linux Desktop to macOS. After all these years Desktop Linux is still stuck in Windows XP era. While Linux is the platform where all innovation is happening , whether it's infrastructure or what not... desktop remains the weakest link. It's still struggling with basics. What are your thought? 

Most reshares: 12

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2017-02-17 20:16:45 (0 comments; 12 reshares; 40 +1s; )Open 

Now you can easily access and manage your Raspberry Pi remotely, over the internet. +RealVNC

+Raspberry Pi

Most plusones: 74

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2017-02-10 01:49:32 (17 comments; 7 reshares; 74 +1s; )Open 

If you love Android (and who doesn’t love Android) and want to use it as a full-fledged OS on your desktop then Remix OS is for you. You will get access to millions of Android apps, along with Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom, and many such applications.

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2017-02-24 02:16:06 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

I think every modern Ford vehicle is an IoT device on wheels.

When most people think of IoT, their imagination (or lack of it) is limited to the tiny IoT devices that we see around us, such as webcams, sensors, and whatnot. IoT actually goes beyond that. It's being used in fields we can't even fathom. It's ubiquitous. Cars are just one example of IoT devices.

I think every modern Ford vehicle is an IoT device on wheels.

When most people think of IoT, their imagination (or lack of it) is limited to the tiny IoT devices that we see around us, such as webcams, sensors, and whatnot. IoT actually goes beyond that. It's being used in fields we can't even fathom. It's ubiquitous. Cars are just one example of IoT devices.___

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2017-02-24 01:47:38 (3 comments; 1 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

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2017-02-23 20:43:11 (5 comments; 1 reshares; 11 +1s; )Open 

When most people think of IoT, their imagination (or lack of it) is limited to the tiny IoT devices that we see around us, such as webcams, sensors, and whatnot. IoT actually goes beyond that. It's being used in fields we can't even fathom. It's ubiquitous. Cars are just one example of IoT devices.

When most people think of IoT, their imagination (or lack of it) is limited to the tiny IoT devices that we see around us, such as webcams, sensors, and whatnot. IoT actually goes beyond that. It's being used in fields we can't even fathom. It's ubiquitous. Cars are just one example of IoT devices.___

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2017-02-22 23:22:49 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

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2017-02-22 22:43:15 (6 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

I don't understand why would Munich want to go back to Microsoft when Germany itself is home to the leading open source projects and products including +SUSE +openSUSE +Kolab Systems AG +Nextcloud GmbH +LibreOffice

Below are some key points. Can someone explain why is Munich doing this?

The world’s second largest Linux vendor is a German company called SUSE, headquartered in Nuremberg, Germany, a city that’s mere 160 Km away from Munich. (More accurately, SUSE is now a subsidiary of the UK-based Micro Focus, but SUSE still operates as an independent unit of Micro Focus and it has a huge developer and executive base in Nuremberg.) SUSE not only develops the second most popular enterprise server operating system, SUSE Linux Enterprise, it also sponsors a free of cost, community driven operating system calledope... more »

I don't understand why would Munich want to go back to Microsoft when Germany itself is home to the leading open source projects and products including +SUSE +openSUSE +Kolab Systems AG +Nextcloud GmbH +LibreOffice

Below are some key points. Can someone explain why is Munich doing this?

The world’s second largest Linux vendor is a German company called SUSE, headquartered in Nuremberg, Germany, a city that’s mere 160 Km away from Munich. (More accurately, SUSE is now a subsidiary of the UK-based Micro Focus, but SUSE still operates as an independent unit of Micro Focus and it has a huge developer and executive base in Nuremberg.) SUSE not only develops the second most popular enterprise server operating system, SUSE Linux Enterprise, it also sponsors a free of cost, community driven operating system called openSUSE.

LibreOffice, a fully open source office suite, is the biggest competitor to Microsoft’s Office suite. LibreOffice also has an online version that offers an Office 365-like experience. The development of LibreOffice is governed by The Document Foundation. And do you know where TDF is based? Berlin, Germany.

When it comes to file store, sync and cloud services, nothing beats the fully open source solution Nextcloud, which is a totally vendor-neutral alternative to Microsoft's OneDrive. It’s founded by a German and is based out of Stuttgart, Germany.

Instead of using Microsoft Outlook, Munich could have used a fully open source and vendor-neutral groupware/email solution by Kolab Systems, which is based in Switzerland. Kolab Systems was founded by a group of companies to meet the demands of the German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI).

There is only one keyword that I see here: Germany. Germany. Germany!___

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2017-02-22 21:47:03 (30 comments; 3 reshares; 40 +1s; )Open 

I don't understand why would Munich want to go back to Microsoft when Germany itself is home to the leading open source projects and products including +SUSE +openSUSE +Kolab Systems AG +Nextcloud GmbH +LibreOffice

Below are some key points. Can someone explain why is Munich doing this?

The world’s second largest Linux vendor is a German company called SUSE, headquartered in Nuremberg, Germany, a city that’s mere 160 Km away from Munich. (More accurately, SUSE is now a subsidiary of the UK-based Micro Focus, but SUSE still operates as an independent unit of Micro Focus and it has a huge developer and executive base in Nuremberg.) SUSE not only develops the second most popular enterprise server operating system, SUSE Linux Enterprise, it also sponsors a free of cost, community driven operating system calledope... more »

I don't understand why would Munich want to go back to Microsoft when Germany itself is home to the leading open source projects and products including +SUSE +openSUSE +Kolab Systems AG +Nextcloud GmbH +LibreOffice

Below are some key points. Can someone explain why is Munich doing this?

The world’s second largest Linux vendor is a German company called SUSE, headquartered in Nuremberg, Germany, a city that’s mere 160 Km away from Munich. (More accurately, SUSE is now a subsidiary of the UK-based Micro Focus, but SUSE still operates as an independent unit of Micro Focus and it has a huge developer and executive base in Nuremberg.) SUSE not only develops the second most popular enterprise server operating system, SUSE Linux Enterprise, it also sponsors a free of cost, community driven operating system called openSUSE.

LibreOffice, a fully open source office suite, is the biggest competitor to Microsoft’s Office suite. LibreOffice also has an online version that offers an Office 365-like experience. The development of LibreOffice is governed by The Document Foundation. And do you know where TDF is based? Berlin, Germany.

When it comes to file store, sync and cloud services, nothing beats the fully open source solution Nextcloud, which is a totally vendor-neutral alternative to Microsoft's OneDrive. It’s founded by a German and is based out of Stuttgart, Germany.

Instead of using Microsoft Outlook, Munich could have used a fully open source and vendor-neutral groupware/email solution by Kolab Systems, which is based in Switzerland. Kolab Systems was founded by a group of companies to meet the demands of the German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI).

There is only one keyword that I see here: Germany. Germany. Germany!___

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2017-02-22 17:01:57 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 8 +1s; )Open 

My Nintendo Switch will arrive sooner than expected. Yes!!!!

My Nintendo Switch will arrive sooner than expected. Yes!!!!___

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2017-02-22 02:02:05 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s; )Open 

The future of 3d mapping and why I love technology in general:

http://www.bhartiya.io/this-is-the-future-of-mapping/30545


The future of 3d mapping and why I love technology in general:

http://www.bhartiya.io/this-is-the-future-of-mapping/30545
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2017-02-21 22:18:20 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

With the landing of Donald J Trump as the US president and Republican’s total control over congress, consumer rights are under threat. Republicans are not for protecting people, their goal is to give mega-corporations a freehand over what ever they can grab. I have been using Linux since 2005, but off late I need access to some commercial applications and services, which means I have to use either macOS or Windows. I don’t have any trust in Windows 10, given the built-in tracking technologies. macOS, on the other hand, does make privacy a huge selling point. Remember the while iPhone unlocking saga, where Tim Cooked refused to create a backdoor for FBI whereas Bill Gates criticized Apple?

So my question to you is, which one of the two is safer when it comes to privacy protection and spying by the company and government?

NOTE: Please comment on the story and not here. 

With the landing of Donald J Trump as the US president and Republican’s total control over congress, consumer rights are under threat. Republicans are not for protecting people, their goal is to give mega-corporations a freehand over what ever they can grab. I have been using Linux since 2005, but off late I need access to some commercial applications and services, which means I have to use either macOS or Windows. I don’t have any trust in Windows 10, given the built-in tracking technologies. macOS, on the other hand, does make privacy a huge selling point. Remember the while iPhone unlocking saga, where Tim Cooked refused to create a backdoor for FBI whereas Bill Gates criticized Apple?

So my question to you is, which one of the two is safer when it comes to privacy protection and spying by the company and government?

NOTE: Please comment on the story and not here. ___

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2017-02-20 16:37:52 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

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2017-02-19 19:54:04 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

Donald Trump’s increased attached on the free press is evident from the fact he has direct ties with Russia. A report in New YorK Times exposes Trump.

Donald Trump’s increased attached on the free press is evident from the fact he has direct ties with Russia. A report in New YorK Times exposes Trump.___

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2017-02-19 03:35:18 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s; )Open 

That's where future belongs.

Why Google and Apple will rule mixed reality

(Read my column: https://goo.gl/XclDOD )

The brilliant future of mixed reality will come to us from the likes of Microsoft and Magic Leap, according to the conventional wisdom.

Microsoft has grabbed mindshare with awesome demos of its Hololens product, like its Project XRay game demo at its October 2015 Windows 10 event.

Magic Leap, which has raised more than $1 billion from investors, has dazzled YouTube users with simulated experience videos.

Other contenders in this space include ODG and Meta.

There's no question that the demos are cool and that several or all of those products will appear on the market and thrill users with a new experience that blends the real with the virtual.

But the future of mixed reality won't be dominated by Microsoft, Magic Leap, ODG or Meta, but by Google and Apple. Here's why.

http://www.computerworld.com/article/3171687/virtual-reality/why-google-and-apple-will-rule-mixed-reality.html

#GoogleTango #Apple #Google #Hololens #MagicLeap___That's where future belongs.

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2017-02-18 18:53:10 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 12 +1s; )Open 

Now this is some really scare ransomware! 

Now this is some really scare ransomware! ___

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2017-02-18 16:17:03 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

Scientists Are About to Switch on a Telescope That Could Photograph a Black Hole's Event Horizon
Called the Event Horizon Telescope, the new device is made up of a network of radio receivers located across the planet, including at the South Pole, in the US, Chile, and the French alps.

The network will be switched on between 5 and 14 April this year, and the results will put Einstein's theory of general relativity through its paces like never before.

The Event Horizon Telescope works using a technique known as very-long-baseline interferometry (VLBI), which means the network of receivers will focus in on radio waves emitted by a particular object in space at one time.

For the black hole, they'll be focusing on radio waves with a wavelength of 1.3 mm (230 GHz), which gives them the best chance of piercing through any clouds of gas and dust blocking the... more »

Scientists Are About to Switch on a Telescope That Could Photograph a Black Hole's Event Horizon
Called the Event Horizon Telescope, the new device is made up of a network of radio receivers located across the planet, including at the South Pole, in the US, Chile, and the French alps.

The network will be switched on between 5 and 14 April this year, and the results will put Einstein's theory of general relativity through its paces like never before.

The Event Horizon Telescope works using a technique known as very-long-baseline interferometry (VLBI), which means the network of receivers will focus in on radio waves emitted by a particular object in space at one time.

For the black hole, they'll be focusing on radio waves with a wavelength of 1.3 mm (230 GHz), which gives them the best chance of piercing through any clouds of gas and dust blocking the black hole.

And because there are so many of these antennae all tuned in on a single spot, the resolution of the telescope should be 50 microarcseconds. To put that into perspective, it's the equivalent of being able to see a grapefruit on the surface of the Moon

That's important, because the first target will be the huge black hole at the centre of our galaxy, called Sagittarius A*, which is actually only the size of a pinprick in our night sky.

We've never directly observed Sagittarius A*, but researchers know it exists because of the way it influences the orbit of nearby stars.

Based on the behavior of these stars, researchers predict that the black hole is likely about 4 million times more massive than our Sun, but with an event horizon diameter of just 20 million km (12.4 million miles) or so across.

At a distance of around 26,000 light-years away from Earth, that makes it a pretty small target.

But the Event Horizon Telescope will aim to observe the immediate environment around the black hole, and it should be able to get enough resolution to see the black hole itself.

Reference:
http://www.eventhorizontelescope.org/

Source:
http://www.sciencealert.com/scientists-are-about-to-switch-on-the-first-telescope-that-could-photograph-a-black-hole-s-event-horizon

#space #blackhole #eventhorizontelescope #universe ___

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2017-02-18 15:04:50 (96 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

Thinking of moving away from Linux Desktop to macOS. After all these years Desktop Linux is still stuck in Windows XP era. While Linux is the platform where all innovation is happening , whether it's infrastructure or what not... desktop remains the weakest link. It's still struggling with basics. What are your thought? 

Thinking of moving away from Linux Desktop to macOS. After all these years Desktop Linux is still stuck in Windows XP era. While Linux is the platform where all innovation is happening , whether it's infrastructure or what not... desktop remains the weakest link. It's still struggling with basics. What are your thought? ___

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2017-02-18 13:17:13 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

The ethics concerns are fueled by Trump's decision not to completely sever ties with his company.

The ethics concerns are fueled by Trump's decision not to completely sever ties with his company.___

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2017-02-18 00:49:22 (8 comments; 6 reshares; 29 +1s; )Open 

The Terminator and Yoda were printed on my fully open source 3D printer!

The Terminator and Yoda were printed on my fully open source 3D printer!___

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2017-02-17 20:20:40 (1 comments; 2 reshares; 11 +1s; )Open 

I run a lot of Raspberry Pi devices at home. My fully open sourced 3D printer, Prusa i3 Mk2, is managed via Raspberry Pi, a couple of security cameras powered by Raspberry Pi, an irrigation system, and more.

However, it becomes tricky to access these devices when I'm not at home, or on the local network. Since 2016, Raspbian included a VNC server, which allowed for limited functionality to access Pi remotely through VNC.

The VNC server is powered by RealVNC, and yesterday RealVNC announced a free VNC solution for Raspberry Pi users. That means Pi users will get access to many features that are paid on other platforms, including the cloud service.

I run a lot of Raspberry Pi devices at home. My fully open sourced 3D printer, Prusa i3 Mk2, is managed via Raspberry Pi, a couple of security cameras powered by Raspberry Pi, an irrigation system, and more.

However, it becomes tricky to access these devices when I'm not at home, or on the local network. Since 2016, Raspbian included a VNC server, which allowed for limited functionality to access Pi remotely through VNC.

The VNC server is powered by RealVNC, and yesterday RealVNC announced a free VNC solution for Raspberry Pi users. That means Pi users will get access to many features that are paid on other platforms, including the cloud service.___

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2017-02-17 20:16:45 (0 comments; 12 reshares; 40 +1s; )Open 

Now you can easily access and manage your Raspberry Pi remotely, over the internet. +RealVNC

+Raspberry Pi

Now you can easily access and manage your Raspberry Pi remotely, over the internet. +RealVNC

+Raspberry Pi___

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2017-02-16 21:30:22 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 11 +1s; )Open 

Print me you will, I knew.

Print me you will, I knew.___

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2017-02-16 19:34:15 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

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2017-02-16 19:04:46 (21 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

#OpenSUSE Tumbleweed is still on #LibreOffice 5.2.x? That is why we need Snaps/Flatpack kind of solution. Been running 5.3 on my macOS for weeks now. 

#OpenSUSE Tumbleweed is still on #LibreOffice 5.2.x? That is why we need Snaps/Flatpack kind of solution. Been running 5.3 on my macOS for weeks now. ___

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2017-02-15 20:32:29 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 13 +1s; )Open 

Go India!

Go India!___

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2017-02-15 19:44:24 (9 comments; 0 reshares; 23 +1s; )Open 

Things I printed so far.

Things I printed so far.___

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2017-02-15 19:39:58 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

If you were curious which 3D printer I was using, here is the detailed review. 

If you were curious which 3D printer I was using, here is the detailed review. ___

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2017-02-15 19:02:06 (0 comments; 3 reshares; 11 +1s; )Open 

Prusa i3 is a fully open sourced fused deposition modeling printer developed by Josef Prusa from Czechia

Prusa i3 is a fully open sourced fused deposition modeling printer developed by Josef Prusa from Czechia___

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2017-02-15 19:01:49 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

Prusa i3 is a fully open sourced fused deposition modeling printer developed by Josef Prusa from Czechia.

Prusa i3 is a fully open sourced fused deposition modeling printer developed by Josef Prusa from Czechia.___

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2017-02-15 15:41:51 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

Privacy has always been an important topic in the tech world. There are many people who are not concerned about privacy, they are willing to hand over their home address, e-mail ID and phone number to get a 2% discount at a store.

Then there are those who are obsessed with Google ‘tracking’ your online activities for advertisements and invest quite a lot of time and effort to de-Google themselves. I have not come across a single case in the last 12 years of my journalism career where the ‘ad’ data by Google was exploited. I come across cases on a weekly basis where big retail stores get compromised and user’s sensitive information gets leaked.

Last but not least, there are people who deal with sensitive data and don’t want government agencies to have access to that data.

Privacy has always been an important topic in the tech world. There are many people who are not concerned about privacy, they are willing to hand over their home address, e-mail ID and phone number to get a 2% discount at a store.

Then there are those who are obsessed with Google ‘tracking’ your online activities for advertisements and invest quite a lot of time and effort to de-Google themselves. I have not come across a single case in the last 12 years of my journalism career where the ‘ad’ data by Google was exploited. I come across cases on a weekly basis where big retail stores get compromised and user’s sensitive information gets leaked.

Last but not least, there are people who deal with sensitive data and don’t want government agencies to have access to that data.___

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2017-02-15 15:31:41 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 14 +1s; )Open 

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2017-02-15 02:57:38 (5 comments; 0 reshares; 6 +1s; )Open 

The whole Trump team is in bed with Russians. Purge the entire administration, we can't trust anyone, including Pence.

The whole Trump team is in bed with Russians. Purge the entire administration, we can't trust anyone, including Pence.___

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2017-02-15 02:25:30 (2 comments; 1 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

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2017-02-14 20:07:40 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

Entire Trump administration is a security risk, it's disheartening to see that the same Republicans who went nuts over Clinton's emails are totally OK with so much corruption and dishonesty that we see in Trump administration. This is what you get when you put party over country.

Despite warnings, the utterly corrupt Trump (who has his own links to Russians) kept Flynn on his team granting him access to top secret info which could be siphoning into the hands of our adversaries. While Trump's own team was compromised he was distracting us from banning people from those countries who never attacked US.


Entire Trump administration is a security risk, it's disheartening to see that the same Republicans who went nuts over Clinton's emails are totally OK with so much corruption and dishonesty that we see in Trump administration. This is what you get when you put party over country.

Despite warnings, the utterly corrupt Trump (who has his own links to Russians) kept Flynn on his team granting him access to top secret info which could be siphoning into the hands of our adversaries. While Trump's own team was compromised he was distracting us from banning people from those countries who never attacked US.
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2017-02-14 04:26:00 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

We've already had one news story today about a senior Trump aide (Michael Alton) who's been writing the intellectual arguments for racism, Carl Schmitt-style, and a second about another senior Trump aide (Stephen Miller) whose history of writing about racism (that is, in favor of) goes back all the way to the beginning of high school.

So let's round out the hat trick with Sebastian Gorka, Deputy Assistant to the President and former National Security editor for Breitbart, who was recently out explaining to the press why Trump's statement for Holocaust Remembrance Day didn't mention Jews.

In this Inauguration Night photo, you can see a medal on his chest, one he often wears. It's the Vitéz Rend, a hereditary order bestowed on his grandfather by Miklós Horthy.

That's Horthy, who was then Regent of the Kingdom of Hungary, a (willing) ally ofH... more »

We've already had one news story today about a senior Trump aide (Michael Alton) who's been writing the intellectual arguments for racism, Carl Schmitt-style, and a second about another senior Trump aide (Stephen Miller) whose history of writing about racism (that is, in favor of) goes back all the way to the beginning of high school.

So let's round out the hat trick with Sebastian Gorka, Deputy Assistant to the President and former National Security editor for Breitbart, who was recently out explaining to the press why Trump's statement for Holocaust Remembrance Day didn't mention Jews.

In this Inauguration Night photo, you can see a medal on his chest, one he often wears. It's the Vitéz Rend, a hereditary order bestowed on his grandfather by Miklós Horthy.

That's Horthy, who was then Regent of the Kingdom of Hungary, a (willing) ally of Hitler's who presided over the extermination of 75% of Hungary's Jewish population. Vitéz Rend remains on the State Department list of organizations which were under the control of the Nazi Party.

Now, does this mean that Gorka's grandfather was a Nazi? Not necessarily; he might have received the order before Horthy's formal alliance with Hitler in 1939. But there's no reason that anyone wearing the order in 2017 would be unaware of precisely what it stands for, and the choice to proudly wear it in public could only be taken as a rather pointed message.

As Hungarian scholar Eva Balogh puts it: "Many supporters of the Horthy regime were enamored by the Nazis and Hitler and the ‘knights’ were especially so. Put it that way, after 1948 one wouldn’t have bragged about his father being a ‘vitéz.'"

Isn't our new regime fun?___

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2017-02-14 04:10:32 (5 comments; 0 reshares; 14 +1s; )Open 

What a historic moment: the leader of the free world meets Donald J. Trump.

What a historic moment: the leader of the free world meets Donald J. Trump.___

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2017-02-14 03:07:32 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

Two of my favorite people in the same video? Must see.

Me and +Richard Brown, the +openSUSE Chairman of the Board. We discuss things like Flatpak, AppImage, Snappy, Rolling distros and whatnot. Good stuff.

... then ...

The last 10 minutes we talk about the hours of operation for Gas stations in Germany and Oregon. I'm not kidding. The last 10 minutes might possibly be the most boring 10 minutes in podcast history. Not because of Richard. Those final 10 minutes -- those Earth-shatteringly dull moments -- are all thanks to yours truly.___Two of my favorite people in the same video? Must see.

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2017-02-14 00:33:57 (8 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

I don't recall when was the last time I listened to music on my 'PC' in the age of smartphones, Amazon Dot, Google Home. Also, I see it 'failure' of 'open source' projects that find it easy to their own things instead of collaborating, contributing and compromising. The reason open source model is successful NOT because anyone can take the code and do 20 different implementations of the same idea, it's successful because of 20 different ideas can come and make that one project great.

I use KDE Plasma a lot more these days (thanks to KDE Neon) and so far I am really enjoying it. Like many, I also prefer to run Qt apps on a Qt desktop, and GTK+ apps on a GNOME-based one. It’s not that GTK apps can’t run, they just never feel as…___I don't recall when was the last time I listened to music on my 'PC' in the age of smartphones, Amazon Dot, Google Home. Also, I see it 'failure' of 'open source' projects that find it easy to their own things instead of collaborating, contributing and compromising. The reason open source model is successful NOT because anyone can take the code and do 20 different implementations of the same idea, it's successful because of 20 different ideas can come and make that one project great.

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2017-02-10 01:49:32 (17 comments; 7 reshares; 74 +1s; )Open 

If you love Android (and who doesn’t love Android) and want to use it as a full-fledged OS on your desktop then Remix OS is for you. You will get access to millions of Android apps, along with Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom, and many such applications.

If you love Android (and who doesn’t love Android) and want to use it as a full-fledged OS on your desktop then Remix OS is for you. You will get access to millions of Android apps, along with Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom, and many such applications.___

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2017-02-09 21:52:00 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

IoT is not a new phenomenon, we have been using small embedded devices for ages, and Linux has been a big player in this space. With the explosion of cloud and maturity of machine learning, we are now able to connect these devices to the internet and make them smarter. And SUSE has been a player in this field for ages.

IoT is not a new phenomenon, we have been using small embedded devices for ages, and Linux has been a big player in this space. With the explosion of cloud and maturity of machine learning, we are now able to connect these devices to the internet and make them smarter. And SUSE has been a player in this field for ages.___

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2017-02-09 21:47:22 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s; )Open 

Wireless charging and bezel-free display...will be an exciting phone to upgrade to.

Wireless charging and bezel-free display...will be an exciting phone to upgrade to.___

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2017-02-09 21:45:07 (1 comments; 2 reshares; 20 +1s; )Open 

IoT is not a new phenomenon, we have been using small embedded devices for ages, and Linux has been a big player in this space. With the explosion of cloud and maturity of machine learning, we are now able to connect these devices to the internet and make them smarter. And SUSE has been a player in this field for ages.

IoT is not a new phenomenon, we have been using small embedded devices for ages, and Linux has been a big player in this space. With the explosion of cloud and maturity of machine learning, we are now able to connect these devices to the internet and make them smarter. And SUSE has been a player in this field for ages.___

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2017-02-09 17:37:54 (6 comments; 0 reshares; 11 +1s; )Open 

By releasing ECOMP as an open source project, AT&T has jump-started the ecosystem with a proven, production-ready automation platform for new software-defined networks. It will help in maturing the entire ecosystem, which will not only help other players but also AT&T. “A unified platform takes friction out of the system by simplifying what vendors need to deliver against and making it easier for service providers to on-board different VNFs from different vendors,” said Rice.

By releasing ECOMP as an open source project, AT&T has jump-started the ecosystem with a proven, production-ready automation platform for new software-defined networks. It will help in maturing the entire ecosystem, which will not only help other players but also AT&T. “A unified platform takes friction out of the system by simplifying what vendors need to deliver against and making it easier for service providers to on-board different VNFs from different vendors,” said Rice.___

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2017-02-09 14:49:47 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

If you think some 'tech' companies may fight back the 'nazi' Trump government, think again. 

If you think some 'tech' companies may fight back the 'nazi' Trump government, think again. ___

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2017-02-09 02:45:30 (3 comments; 1 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

Every day, the president’s behavior becomes more worrying. One day he demeans a federal judge who challenges him; the next day, without evidence, he accuses the media of hiding illegal voting or acts of terrorism. His lack of respect for institutions and truth pours out so fast, you start to forget how crazy this behavior is for any adult, let alone a president, and just how ugly things will get when we have a real crisis. And crises are baked into this story because of the incoherence of President Trump’s worldview.

Every day, the president’s behavior becomes more worrying. One day he demeans a federal judge who challenges him; the next day, without evidence, he accuses the media of hiding illegal voting or acts of terrorism. His lack of respect for institutions and truth pours out so fast, you start to forget how crazy this behavior is for any adult, let alone a president, and just how ugly things will get when we have a real crisis. And crises are baked into this story because of the incoherence of President Trump’s worldview.___

2017-02-08 20:15:39 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 6 +1s; )Open 

Had a GREAT interview with Nvidia. Some good stories are coming out :-)

Had a GREAT interview with Nvidia. Some good stories are coming out :-)___

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2017-02-08 13:53:38 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

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2017-02-08 12:27:31 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

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2017-02-07 19:40:05 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

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2017-02-07 18:31:36 (11 comments; 0 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

I didn't know Linux Mint was so dumb.

I didn't know Linux Mint was so dumb.___

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2017-02-07 18:13:34 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 6 +1s; )Open 

Trump and Republicans continue to screw US. 

Trump and Republicans continue to screw US. ___

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2017-02-07 17:46:47 (16 comments; 9 reshares; 49 +1s; )Open 

Linux has something for (almost) everyone. The goal of this article is to help you find the best Linux distro for whatever job is at hand.

+openSUSE +Fedora Project +Arch Linux +Jide Technology +Klaus Knopper

Linux has something for (almost) everyone. The goal of this article is to help you find the best Linux distro for whatever job is at hand.

+openSUSE +Fedora Project +Arch Linux +Jide Technology +Klaus Knopper___

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