Polish Carriers and the Blockade of the Ukrainian Border The ongoing blockades by Polish truckers at the Ukrainian-Poland border have severe implications for both countries. These protests stem from t Source : https://uacrisis.org/en/ukraine-in-flames-543
Every software project is a startup that will probably fail
Every Software Project is a Startup That Will Probably Fail
It dawned on me today. Maybe most software fails. Not in the sense that “it eventually dies after a long and respectable life.” In the sense that it never actually achieves flight, never catches on, never produces more value that it cost to develop.
The CERN/NASA #OpenScience Summit sparked some interesting things.
You can now join working groups on:
🎡 Sustainable & interoperable open Infrastructure,
🤝 Equitable Open Science, and
✅ Evidence-based open research policy.
Accelerating the Adoption of Open Science
Last July I attended “Accelerating the Adoption of Open Science”, a week-long open science summit co-organized by CERN and NASA in Geneva, Switzerland. In the following I want to share some outcomes from the event. At the meeting, more than a hundred institutional stakeholders committed to accelerating the transition to a more open, participatory, equitable, robust, and sustainable research ecosystem. Event participants of the CERN NASA Open Science Summit at CERN’s Globe of Science and.…
The problem with these posts is that we’re already convinced and our friends who need convincing don’t see them. https://infosec.exchange/@malwaretech/111190107132652611
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The case for leaving Twitter "You’re not fighting a war, you’re not stopping Twitter from falling into the hands of the far-right, you’re selling burgers in a Nazi bar, paying more than you profit in rent. Every dollar Twitter makes in ad revenue is a dollar against everything you stand for." https://throwawayopinions.io/the-paradox-of-intolerance.html?1