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@jamesthebard@social.linux.pizza
2024-04-11 16:00:19

It's nice having the blog back up and running again. I ran into an issue running Gitea calling webhooks because it didn't trust my sketchy certificate authority. Not the most difficult solution, but having the blog back online means that I can fix it, then document it...and hopefully help someone out. #homelab

@taiyo@ostatus.taiyolab.com
2024-06-07 01:32:00

Google Geminiを使うNotebookLMがちょっとすごい。
資料を読み込ませて、内容を参照できる。ノートを分離することもできる。これはキラーアプリになるかもしれない。
notebooklm.google

@jrconlin@soc.jrconlin.com
2024-05-22 03:44:57

Quick note:
If you make something that is secure, users have to trust it.
If you give users any reason not to trust something, they will stop trusting that it's secure.
It doesn't matter if it's true or not. It doesn't matter if they need to do the Charleston for 20 minutes while singing backwards Gilbert & Sullivan songs to activate it.
If it's there, and they have a reason not to trust it, then they stop trusting your secure system.
Fai…

@mgorny@social.treehouse.systems
2024-04-25 19:14:34

"""
The case of One Laptop per Child shows us why it is dangerous to ignore the origins of charisma: one risks being perpetually entranced by the newest charismatic technology. This is not to say that cultural change with a technology-centric project is impossible. Still, even more realistic reforms grounded in the realities of their intended beneficiaries sometimes have difficulty gaining broad popular support outside the school unless they add a charismatic gloss of rapid, revolutionary change.
This charismatic pressure can put even open-eyed reformers in a catch-22. They must promise dramatic results to gain the social and financial support for reforms, and then they must either admit to not achieving their goals or pretend that they did achieve them. Either way, funders will declare that the project is finished and withdraw financial support, and then researchers and other observers will begin to note the discrepancies between reformers’ promises and their own observations. Thus, projects that rely on charismatic technologies are often short lived; their resources are cut off before charisma recedes into the background and before the technology becomes part of everyday classroom experience. This catch-22 has dogged efforts for educational reform, development, and cultural change — especially those funded through grants or other short-term funding — for well over a century. As the technology community moves on to the next charismatic device without learning from its failures, this will continue to hamper the possibility of real, if incremental, change.
[…] After all, charisma is ultimately a conservative social force. Even when charismatic technologies promise to quickly and painlessly transform our lives for the better, they appeal precisely because they echo existing stereotypes, confirm the value of existing power relations, and reinforce existing ideologies. Meanwhile, they may divert attention and resources from more complicated, expensive, or politically charged reforms that do not promise a quick fix and are thus less charismatic.
"""
(Morgan G. Ames, The Charisma Machine)

@arXiv_mathAT_bot@mastoxiv.page
2024-05-22 06:54:57

A note on the Thom morphism for the classifying space of certain Lie groups and gauge groups
Eiolf Kaspersen, Gereon Quick
arxiv.org/abs/2405.12717