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Left: MIT computer scientist Katie Bouman w/stacks of hard drives of black hole image data.

Right: MIT computer scientist Margaret Hamilton w/the code she wrote that helped put a man on the moon.

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#EHTblackhole #BlackHoleDay #BlackHole

«It is also equipped with the same active ULF field generator that is used in the SR PowerCell 12 UEF which re-clocks high frequency ground noise to the earth's Schumann resonance.»

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A tentative hypothesis:

Conspiracy theory is so popular in the early 21st century because the major institutions of life in the 21st century - business, media, military, politics and academia - are structured indistinguishably from conspiracies (ie: as opaque, secretive, networked yet hierarchical systems, whose inner and outer motives are different) to those not already part of their inner circle.

And increasing numbers of people find themselves outside of those inner circles of power.

Any Bridge Club members planning on attending Linux Plumbers in Lisbon in September?

what people think google translate is good for:
- translating arbitrary languages while retaining the original meaning

what google translate is actually good for:
- not much
- maybe translating one word at a time occasionally, just to narrow down what a sign means or something
- deriving hilarious surreality from mojibake

"about exactly 5 years since the Heartbleed vulnerability in OpenSSL became public. "

As #Easter is coming up, a reminder that rabbits are very complex animals with more needs than most realise.

They live 10 or more years, aren't usually big on being cuddled, cost as much as a dog, and need a lot of time, space to run around, and attention. They should allay be kept in pairs at least.

A whopping *75%* of rabbits in the UK are neglected. Please, if thinking of getting a bunny, know what you're getting into or stick with chocolate

This one is for @Sophia: Rick Astley will let you borrow any DVD from his Pixar collection apart from one. He is never going to give you Up.

Today is the 50th anniversary of RFC-1, which in a sense means that programmers have now been chatting and arguing about the internet for 50 years.

Q: Big Data? Is that like Big Oil or Big Pharma?
A: Yes.

I actually like that the internet, much like the rest of life, is ephemeral.

Memories disappear when people leave, same with websites.

We can try to remember them with snap shots, photos, and stories, but it will never be the same.

🌱🌳🌱🌷🌱🌻 🌱🌱🌿

You're like the sexy Jehovah witness of Mastodon popping up in our feeds to convert the heathens 😜

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Society of Trolls

A nice little Mastodon instance. Mild trolling encouraged (keep it local), but not required. Malicious behaviour is not tolerated. Follow Wheaton's law and you'll be fine.