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ulrichard commented on Blurhy's post: @blurHY: I didn't look into IPZN yet, but I think it can work well by just replacing the transport layer to something that is used a lot also in other projects. Whereas blockchains are an entirely different beast. FileCoin is just to incentivize IPFS node operators to store specific content. I don't think it is an integral part of IPFS, but more like an add-on.
ulrichard commented on Blurhy's post: With a full blockchain like ethereum, every user has all the data. Every blockchain has a monetary part to secure its consistency. With ZeroNet, each user decides which zites he wants do download and seed. Some zites even have optional files like e.g. videos. So, no the two are totally different on a technical level, and have totally different use cases. I remember some years ago people asking which is better Wifi or Bluetooth, and if one can replace the other. Ethereum and Zeronet are even more different than Wifi and Bluetooth ;-)
ulrichard commented on ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit's post: @leftside: If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is...
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: There have always been refugees in Switzerland. I don't think there were so many of them at the event to make a difference in the amount of garbage. So far I didn't hear of organized group molesting like they had in Germany.
ulrichard commented on Tempo's post: Or as a co-worker of mine always says: "With enough physical exercise you can eat whatever you want".
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: You mean compared to last year? It might just be that this year there were less people attending. The official number is 850k while last year is was a million or more. Why there is now more garbage than in the past with the same amount of people, I don't know.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Zboy: @caryoscelus: https://kryptografen.com/news/bitcoins-reported-market-dominance-is-approaching-70-but-in-reality-it-is-above-90/
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Ulrichard commented on FraYoshi's post: https://keybase.io/ulrichard But I use it only rarely. I prefer real signatures on the gpg key from in person verification.
ulrichard commented on Lizardricon's post: @SadLoli: In what format would that be? All the random non-monetary stuff I saw so far was in text form, maybe even ascii art. If you would want to insert pictures or videos, you would also have to write a program to interpret the data, that is scattered over tons of transactions and blocks as whatever it was. In the same way, you could probably write a program to interpret the constitution as CP.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Moor: There are still people who will tell you that more energy goes into producing solar cells than they will produce over their lifetime. I don't know if I was even alive when that was true.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Realjohndoe: I'm curious if humanity can come up with something better than capitalism or socialism. I view socialism as failed, and capitalism as good in many respects but it also has obvious flaws. Meritocracy can work for small projects, but I don't see a way to make it the basis for an entire population. The cleansings usually don't work as well as intended. I once read an article about the family names of people in power before the Chinese revolution (cleansing), and decades later. Somehow the people with hunger for power encoded in their genes managed to get back into positions of power.
ulrichard started following Decile
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Realjohndoe: Sure, Bitcoin might be the best bet we have. But that QE game is still very risky. Piling dept upon dept, and making assets like real estate unattainable for the average Joe, is a house of cards destined to collapse. Once it collapses, the rich will also suffer, but not as badly as the rest of us.
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ulrichard commented on weakish's post: @SSDifnskdjfnsdjk: As I understand it, hybernation just writes the contents of the RAM into a special partition or file. Sure, this could technically also be done encrypted, but I don't know how difficult this is to achieve. The linux login only protects your data against other users on the same machine. But not against somebody booting your machine with a live system on a memory stick.
ulrichard commented on weakish's post: I don't use hibernation. It kind of defeats full disk encryption. And my notebook boots fast.
ulrichard started following Technol0g
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: Otherwise it is difficult to get a work permit. He would be ok with remote workers, but his bosses don't want that.
ulrichard commented on Styromaniac's post: I canceled my last contract as soon as bitrefill.com worked for my provider. So far only for prepaid. Not only is it more convenient, but also a lot cheaper. I pay $5 to $10 for mobile per month, while my wife insists on keeping her $70 unlimited all inclusive plan.
ulrichard commented on Styromaniac's post: @Styromaniac: It's a fine balance between freedom and privacy on one side, and not wanting to deal with all the bad stuff on the other. And it's a hard problem to solve. I think I can deal with it for myself, but I'm still not sure how I want to educate my kids on these matters. On one hand I don't want to send them to the centralized, curated, surveiled platforms. On the other hand, I don't want them to discover horrible stuff on a free and open platform. With time you learn how to avoid this stuff, but to get there you have to understand the hints.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: I just read that credit cards are used for less than 5% of purchases in Switzerland. https://www.fuw.ch/article/bargeld-ist-das-beliebteste-zahlungsmittel-in-der-schweiz/
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Mg0: Yes, I will look for other shops. The problem is that they are known to not always sell spare parts to other shops or private people. And they are conveniently located close to my work place. And so far, they did a really good job. The direct sale model has many advantages, but apparently also disadvantages.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: I hate such discount points. If you don't spend the time to see what you can get for them, you always have the feeling of losing out. And I hate the financial surveilance. But what I hate most about credit cards is that an unknown algorithm decides if a transaction is valid or not. If for any reason it decides that you can't buy something, you have no idea why, and you have no recurse. For systems that have a security model where only the rightful owner can spend through presenting a digital signature, such random heuristics are not necessary.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Colkurtz: Paying with Bitcoin would be great, everything on top of that might be asking for too much.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Mg0: He said, they wouldn't accept bank transfers. In the past, I always payed with my EC debit card, which is the second most common payment method in Switzerland. But for some unknown reason they are stopping this.
ulrichard commented on leftside's post: @leftside: No hurry, I just wanted to know if it reached you.
ulrichard commented on leftside's post: @leftside You are from Korea right? I sent you a ZeroMail and an eMail to the address in your profile last week. Did you receive it?
ulrichard commented on Styromaniac's post: I hope it doesn't end up like the Librem11. My current BQ Aquaris Ubuntu Edition slowly starts to desintegrate.
ulrichard commented on Blurhy's post: Tox is still going? After my system no longer updated from https://pkg.tox.chat/debian/ I thought the project was dead.
ulrichard commented on Blurhy's post: OneNet
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Whitewolf: Please explain the scam part. So far, he delivered on every promise. Not always on time. But considering the problems were believed to be unsolvable by the experts in the field, one or two years late is still a great achievement. As to the autist part, do you have anything to back this claim, or is this just disrespect? I don't know him good enough to judge this. But many people claim he is difficult to work with.
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ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: Its the first time I read about it. Looks to me like some sort of brainstorming / gig economy / consultant company.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: Apparently she works at brainstore, but I don't actually know her.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Wurscht: ubports is great, except for one thing. Since beginning of this year, bluetooth handsfree no longer works. They say it was caused by updating some software, and that Canonical took care of patching these things before.
ulrichard commented on ZAlex's post: There is a great quote by Churchill: "If you're going through hell, keep going." I always thought it was by Elon Musk, but he just used it, and quoted Churchill. The harder something is, the more you learn from it.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Znnex: There are also enough people who fell for XRP.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: Here is a good analysis: https://medium.com/@lopp/thoughts-on-libra-blockchain-49b8f6c26372
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Znnex: There are enough sheeple who will fall for this.
ulrichard commented on klu9@zeroid.bit's post: Like straight out of 1984
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ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: The more energy density, the more potential for havoc.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: And a better picture. https://electrek.co/2019/06/11/hydrogen-station-explodes-toyota-halts-sales-fuel-cell-cars/ I must say that it doesn't look s bad as one would imagine when hearing about a hydrogen fuel station exploding.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: More details, but still not much: https://www.electrive.net/2019/06/11/norwegen-explosion-an-wasserstoff-tankstelle/
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ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Otoruk: Microsoft buying GitHub and pretending to be friendly is only one part of the problem.
Ulrichard commented on Binchan's post: I saw many similar ones, but this particular one doesn't look familiar to me.
Ulrichard commented on Binchan's post: Nice architecture. Is this a church or ancient museum?
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ulrichard commented on caryoscelus's post: @caryoscelus: The platform itself is very cool. The only downside for new users is that you need to already have some BTC for the deposit if you want to buy.
ulrichard commented on caryoscelus's post: @caryoscelus: I use Bisq for bank transfer trades on a regular basis, but I didn't complete an in person bisq trade yet. Unfortunately the liquidity for CHF on bisq is quite low. And the in person offers I saw in the past were too far away.
ulrichard commented on caryoscelus's post: Bisq added in person trades a couple of months ago.
Ulrichard commented on FraYoshi's post: CodeBlocks or vim
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ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: At least the stuff in NEO will glow to dust sooner or later. The stuff that is in higher orbits will stay there much longer.
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ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @SSDifnskdjfnsdjk: Especially interesting is that they concentrate on populated areas. So far satellite internet was most useful in places without traditional coverage such as the high seas.
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ulrichard commented on ZAlex's post: Looks like a lot of fun
ulrichard commented on Quantumworld's post: @Quantumworld: Purism Notebooks come with IME disabled.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: I easily got the first 25%, but nothing after that.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @klu9@zeroid.bit: The GPU for self driving could be used for crypto mining, but then the energy would not be usable for driving. Probably only makes sense while plugged in and during oversupply of energy. But then again, for the relevant coin, you need asics, and I don't see the point in mining shitcoins.
Ulrichard commented on FraYoshi's post: @leftside: CHF which is roughly the same as USD In preparation for our summer holiday roadtrip I researched european electricity prices. https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/index.php/Electricity_price_statistics @FraYoshi 「吉国」: you seem to be signifficantly above the Italian average.
ulrichard commented on Styromaniac's post: Did you ever watch a video with a presentation by Elon Musk? I bet he mutters more and it isn't a problem for him.
Ulrichard commented on FraYoshi's post: I pay chf 0.25 during the day and chf 0.15 during the night for renewable local hydro power. That is in a town with about 8000 people.
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ulrichard commented on ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit's post: If they don't return, is that proof that they fell off the cliff?
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: In Switzerland you can install small solar panels yourself. But for big installations you need a permission. Sometimes they are denied because of aesthetics. I can understand that up to a certain degree for vintage buildings that are under heritage protection. But there was a case where the owner of a quarry, that was no longer in use, wanted to cover the area with solar panels. It was denied because it wouldn't look pristine. That is where I cannot understand the people who decided that. Now it looks even uglier until nature regains control in about a hundred years.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @SSDifnskdjfnsdjk: Buying electricity from renewable sources is usually not substantially more expensive. And even if you are in a location where this is not offered (don't know if that exists), you can power your devices from your own solar panel.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Anonimouslogin: Really? what kind of phone do you have?
ulrichard commented on ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit's post: I have abackup instance running on a PocketCHIP (debian). As far as I can remember it has only one core. So I don't know how it would behave with multiple cores.
ulrichard commented on leftside's post: @SSDifnskdjfnsdjk: Does this also apply to the Gab fork of Brave?
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: In the meantime I managed to somewhat restore the partition table with testdisk. Usually it failed, but one time I interrupted the scan. This time it reported the luks partition as being smaller. But this time it allowed me to restore. Later I resized the luks partition with gparted to consume the rest of the physical disk. Now I was able to unlock the luks partition with cryptsetup. It contains an lvm physical volume with a volume group (vg) and some logical volumes. It lists all of them with lvs, but prints a warning about a device being smaller than expected. I see most of them in /dev/vg/ and I can mount them. Only the most important one doesn't show up in /dev/vg/. I checked the manpage of vgscan for some force option, but found nothing. I am not really familiar with lvs, and am close to giving up.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: It's always a trade off between: weight / size / capacity / charging speed / number of cycles
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: Battery powered power tools are on the rise. Loan mowers, chain saws, ... you name it.
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ulrichard commented on Styromaniac's post: @Styromaniac: That is a personality trait. But I think many addicts, at least where I live, ended up this way because they resigned at something that happened to them in their lives.
ulrichard commented on Styromaniac's post: @Styromaniac: The tragic thing about my former friend is the reason he became an addict. He couldn't handle how his wive became schizophrenic. His mother in law blamed him, and the psychiatrist told him so search another wife if he ever wanted to have kids.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: The Speakers: Andreas M. Antonopoulos Author, Mastering Bitcoin; Mastering Ethereum; & The Internet of Money Series https://antonopoulos.com, https://twitter.com/aantonop Pamela Morgan Pamela Morgan is an educator, entrepreneur, author, and attorney who has been working exclusively with bitcoin & open blockchains since early 2014. Morgan is a widely respected authority on multi-signature governance and legal innovation in digital currencies. She spends much of her time traveling the world training lawyers about these technologies through her company, Empowered Law. Her book, Cryptoasset Inheritance Planning: A Simple Guide for Owners (https://empoweredlaw.com/books), provides a clear blueprint to inheritance planning for those holding cryptocurrency, tokens, crypto-collectibles, and other cryptoassets. https://empoweredlaw.com, https://twitter.com/pamelawjd Talks: Thoughts on The Future of Programmable Money - Andreas M. Antonopoulos An enlightening speech about the future of programmable money! Cryptoasset Inheritance Planning - Pamela Morgan Will your loved ones be able to access your bitcoin, ether, or other cryptoassets if something happens to you? For most cryptoasset owners, the answer is no. Attend this talk and learn how to start building a cryptoasset inheritance plan for your loved ones, without relying on a single third party, and without giving them your keys now. Door opening: 18:30 Talk start: 19:00 Sponsors: Bitcoin Suisse AG (https://www.bitcoinsuisse.ch/) inacta AG (https://inacta.ch/) Also check out the Swiss Blockchain Hackathon happening at the same weekend at Trust Square: https://hackathon.trustsquare.ch
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ulrichard commented on Styromaniac's post: Yeah, I also once had a friend become an addict. I let him sleep in my appartment when they threw him out of his place. While I was in the shower, he stole $400 that I had in my purse. Half a year later I had the police at the door with a warrant. He gave them my address when asked where he lived. So they went through the stuff he left with silicone gloves. My wive (then girlfriend) was freaked even more then myself. He was a good guy once, but that's what drugs can do. Some time later my mother showed me a newspaper where it was reported that his body was found dead.
ulrichard commented on leftside's post: I have seen stories like this before. Even if it was genuine, I wouldn't feel very comfortable, walking around with this much money. I do like person to person exchanges, but only for small amounts.
ulrichard commented on Kaffie's post: What would happen, if you stopped taking those meds?
ulrichard commented on leftside's post: I have a funny anecdote about hydrogen from when I was a teenager. In the local army liquidation shop I bought some weather balloons. The first one I inflated at home by reversing my mothers vacuum cleaner just to see how big it was. The second one I wanted to get airborne. This was a long time before all the geeks sending GoPros to the stratosphere. Of course helium is the default choice. But in chemistry school I learned that hydrogen is lighter than helium. And in addition I thought i could shoot it with a rifle to get a nice firework. Yes, I thought rifles were fun before I went to the army. So I went to the company selling bottled gas with my bycicle, asking for some hydrogen. The guy looked shocked at me. He said he didn't mind handling propane and buttane any day, but he would not touch hydrogen, because he was afraid of it. I ended up buying helium, and see the balloon raise and raise and raise ...
ulrichard commented on leftside's post: BEV > hydro > diesel/gasoline Hydrogen produced from renewable energy doesn't pollute the environment. And it can be stored in big quantities for longer periods of time. So it surely has its place in residential storage and large trucks, ships and even airplanes of the future. But for cars, batteries are so much more efficient in so many ways. If the main goal is to preserve all the jobs in the production and maintenance of complicated machines, then sure hydrogen looks nice. If the goal is to preserve the planet habitable for humans, then BEV look better.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: It happens to others as well: https://www.tablix.org/~avian/blog/archives/2019/04/google_is_eating_our_mail
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Deliriumgoddess6: I live in a country where we drive on the right side of the street, and where overtaking is only allowed on the left side.
ulrichard commented on Pigpog's post: Are you running zeronet on a smart watch?
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: Some, yes. It fluctuates, sure. I buy and spend on a regular basis. Kind of like dollar cost averaging. One time you loose some, next time you gain some. But the longtime trend is still upwards. A more stable price would surely be beneficial, but that doesn't concern me as much as the non existant security and high fees of credit cards.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: I just stumbled upon a few other funny names for cars: https://www.oddee.com/item_93544.aspx
ulrichard started following OneFish, Nickwa
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: Here is some more information about the attack: https://blog.malwarebytes.com/cybercrime/2019/04/electrum-bitcoin-wallets-under-siege/
ulrichard commented on ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit's post: @leftside: Regular Windows behaves more and more like malware as well.
ulrichard commented on Lostfile's post: No idea. What kind of scooters are they? I have been looking for a very special kind of scooter for more than a decade. I once saw one in peru, where the owner assured me that it would fit my spec. What I'm looking for is: A scooter that can drive me up a steep mountain road with a 20kg paraglider backpack, and that I then can carry on the back for flying down. So it has to be very powerful and lightweight. The one in peru had a petrol engine, but since then my spec changed to also not pollute. And it should be street legal. In the meantime I am between "doesn't exist" and "cannot be built".
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Mg0: I fiddled with fdisk the past two evenings. It can find the partition table, but I didn't yet manage to restore it. It is not exactly user friendly. But I'm also over cautious.
Ulrichard commented on ks's post: I'm getting hungry
ulrichard commented on ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit's post: @Realjohndoe: There is plenty of cold, hard, brutal scientific analysis, like for example in [climate shock](https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/23216795-climate-shock). Problem is, most people don't want to hear it, because then they would have to change their habbits. They prefer to drive around their polluting SUVs and claim humans and CO2 had nothing to do with the climate.
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ulrichard commented on leftside's post: @Quantumworld: Really? I can't even remember when I had a linux crash on me the last time. Must have been almost ten years ago with a crappy graphics or audio driver. Nowadays I only buy notebooks that come with linux pre-installed. Not because I want to save time with the installation, but because in these cases I have better driver support.
ulrichard commented on leftside's post: I once had a router running ubuntu for more than five years without rebooting. I think somewhere I have a screenshot of htop displaying thousands of days uptime.
ulrichard commented on Realjohndoe's post: Did somebody copy this to one of the Zeronet video platforms?
ulrichard started following Mg0, Rcastanonz
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: Yes, the main partition is LUKS encrypted, but the boot partition is not encrypted. The problem is that when I plug the external HDD to the USB port, I can see the drive as /dev/sdb, but the partitions don't show up as /dev/sdb1 and /dev/sdb2. Neither fdisk nor gparted finds a partition table. When I restored it onto the SSD, the partition table was intact, and the partitions mounted. By using dd on the whole drive, it should copy also the partition table, as far as I know. I later found out that the external HDD is slightly smaller than the internal SSD. Both were sold as 1TB. That might be the reason it didn't work on the second boot after restoration. And yes, the encryption should not be the problem, once I can see and mount the partitions. Writing the whole thing into a file doesn't really work because of the size.
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ulrichard commented on Lostfile's post: Updating the firmware of my car is extremely easy. But other than that, yes firmware upgrades can be painfull.
ulrichard commented on Moor's post: @Moor: The price is always difficult to explain or predict. The only constant is the volatility. I don't know how many of the lightning nodes run 24/7. If you want to receive lightning payments, your node has to be online. Or you rely on a custodial service to handle the receiving for you. If it is only for spending, a lightning client on the phone or PC is enough. It is not so difficult to set up a node yourself. I prefer clightning with spark.
ulrichard commented on Moor's post: Retailer acceptance is growing which is much more interesting than watching price charts. Lightning node count is approaching 8000
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ulrichard commented on caryoscelus's post: It should work if you leave the old battery inside, even if it is virtually dead. Unless ofc it exploded.
ulrichard commented on ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit's post: Better delete those terrorist laws.
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ulrichard commented on Kaffie's post: Cool, so you can go racing again...
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ulrichard commented on Kaffie's post: Parents normally only want the best for their kids. It is painful for them to see their kids struggle. If they make suggestions and pressure, it is normally with good intentions. This is sometimes not easy to recognize as a the child. I also wanted to be in control myself when I earned my first money. I had the impression my parents wanted to have too much control over me. A bit of separation can sometimes help to improve the relationship.
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ulrichard commented on Kaffie's post: Why do you need a wig? Are you in chemo therapy?
ulrichard commented on klu9@zeroid.bit's post: I used to like Denise Richards, but I didn't see her in a movie in a long time.
ulrichard commented on Kaffie's post: Rather than committing a crime, to get to prison, I would rather go to the army. It is similar to prison, but you don't have a criminal record that way.
ulrichard commented on Kaffie's post: I just read that running and exercise in general is good against depression. At least worth a try. I prefer to run in the woods. Nature is good for the mood.
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ulrichard commented on Cyborg420's post: wow it takes a brave person to install this cable. Where is this?
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: It's not from me. I just found that article somewhere. Might have been hacker news. I left google play store and the like years ago, exactly because I read and heard too much stuff like this.
ulrichard commented on leftside's post: Dogs are surprisingly intelligent. When my father tells his dog that I will come for a visit later in the day, he looks to the entry way more than on other days. A farmer once told me when he leaves the house in the morning, his dog somehow already knows which tractor he is going to use and sits next to it.
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ulrichard commented on Kaffie's post: @Kaffie: I guess that is the experience when you are the product and not the customer. But yes, it sucks. It seems to work for too many people, and so they stay on those centralized networks that censor at random.
ulrichard commented on Kaffie's post: @Kaffie: I wonder how much of the banning is just algorithmic, and how much is by actual humans trying to understand the content.
ulrichard commented on Kaffie's post: @Kaffie: Are your posts on twitter so completely different from what you post here? I don't know any reason for banning, based on the stuff I read from you on ZN. But then again, I also find myself censored by gmail for no apparent reason.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Erkel: Haha, this is also a good one. I have to tell this to my brother who works at a Mitsubishi dealer.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Styromaniac: I wanted to buy some Canonical stocks last year, and didn't find any listing. I didn't know he actually considered an IPO. How recent was that? There aren't that many public stocks from open source companies. Red hat was too complicated, because it is only traded in USD. For that, I would have to read and sign lots of pages of legaleze.
ulrichard commented on Kaffie's post: By doing so, you would rob yourself, and others around you, of many very good experiences in the next 50 or so years.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: Sounds like it would be possible. But I am not aware of anybody who did it.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: Not from an airplane, but from slow moving objects such as hot air baloons, helicopters, tandem paragliders or cable car gondolas. But then they use a D-Bag, where the paraglider is specially packed for. When the pilot releases, the lines stretch, pull the glider out of the bag and immediately inflate. Only few acro pilot do that. It is stress for material and pilot.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: https://boingboing.net/2019/03/13/principal-agent-problems.html
ulrichard commented on Styromaniac's post: I'm more on the side of Stephen Hawking on this topic.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Styromaniac: Thanks for correcting. Usually it works out to replace K with C when translating from German to English ;-)
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ulrichard commented on Googleceo's post: What is the problem if you download that way?
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ulrichard commented on klu9@zeroid.bit's post: youtube-dl has worked wonderfully for years, but in the last two or three weeks the downloaded files are invalid.
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ulrichard commented on Pigpog's post: @Pigpog: Is there any way to get this working if your phone runs anything other than Android or iOS?
ulrichard commented on Pigpog's post: I assume the whole thing should also work away from the internet. But if you didn't install the app at home before, you are out of luck. At least you still have the option to plug the SD card into another device. Just imagine cameras would move the same way as some phones, where the memory is internal and no way to extend.
ulrichard commented on Styromaniac's post: @Piloth The Mack: Does "connect your bank account" mean enabling a random organization to directly siphon money from your bank account?
ulrichard commented on Styromaniac's post: I assume, this would also cook the hand.
ulrichard commented on Styromaniac's post: Bisq (formerly known as bitsquare). It is decentralized. Less 3rd party risk, no registration, no KYC. Second favorite is Kraken. They have had solid HW based 2FA for a long time, and so far always worked well.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Quantumworld: I always preferred Bitcoin over all the altcoins. And that bias grows stronger and stronger. Ethereum smart contracts are an interesting toy, but I have yet to see a good real world use case for it. Prrivacy coins are also interesting, but I think eventually we will get privacy also with Bitcoin. That can also be in the form of Lightning.
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ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: Found it: https://forums.tesla.com/forum/forums/electromagnetic-pulse But I have to admit, it is not my field of expertiese, nor one of my bigger concerns.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: Actually, I read somewhere that EVs are surprisingly well protected against EMP. But I can't find the reference right now.
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ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit: I never read about that stuff before. But it looks like this would be the responsibility of the company hosting the mail server.
ulrichard commented on Deliriumgoddesss's post: I always thought that was Vodka
ulrichard commented on Kaffie's post: That reminds me of a talk I attended the other day: https://cpponsea.uk/sessions/deconstructing-privilege.html The description doesn't do it justice. But the video should get released soon.
ulrichard commented on Schiz0's post: Tomorrow there will be climate demos all over Switzerland https://www.klimademo.ch/
ulrichard commented on caryoscelus's post: @caryoscelus: Wow, unstable? You must be brave. Do you run this on your main computer? Did you run into problems with regressions so far? Testing has a reputation of being much more stable than the name suggests, but I never heard of people actually running on unstable.
ulrichard commented on caryoscelus's post: @caryoscelus: Usually new debian packages land in the "unstable" channel. After two weeks they are merged into "testing". And only every two years a new "stable" is released. There are some exceptions to this, but I don't know the exact rules.
ulrichard commented on caryoscelus's post: Isn't this the same with most development processes?
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Moor: He actually promised to send me a video of some dude who explains that only water vapor reflects sun light. I am curious to find out what kind of video this is. If you don't want to change the behavior in the face of inconvenient facts, every pseudo scientist is welcome to help with the denial.
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ulrichard commented on ZAlex's post: @leftside: 73 was probably the year of birth. My thoughts are with his family. If I remember correctly, he wrote about kids in his blog posts.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Klu9: I started a wiki for things bought with BTC, it is not only from me: http://127.0.0.1:43110/17JvYecccPVS8nzngiUKwJQe8LX5jrjNwo/ If FOMO is your biggest concern, then just buy the same amount of BTC back, right after you spend it for something. I think there is even a service to do that automaticallly. I am not a fan of such services, because I don't give any service direct access to my bank account.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Klu9: I bought many things with BTC without feeling like an idiot. Instead with every purchase I feel like I helped it to achieve its goal. I can buy new BTC whenever I want. Bitcoins volatility decreases year by year. Everything fluctuates in value to a certain degree. Deflation is not such a bad thing as Keynsian economists want to make us beliefe. If you buy a computer and soon afterwards find out that you could now get a more powerful one for less money, do you feel like an idiot?
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ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Quantumworld: I used: https://github.com/ElementsProject/lightning/blob/master/README.md and https://github.com/shesek/spark-wallet The rest was already up ad running. But I recently saw something geared towards fresh Raspi that looked interesting: https://github.com/rootzoll/raspiblitz
ulrichard commented on klu9@zeroid.bit's post: Yes, it is a nice device. I gave one to my family for christmas. Initially I wanted a Librem11 tablet, but after waiting two years for it, it was cancelled. So I used the funds to order a Librem13. The kids like it as much as I do. My wive complained about the German Keyboard. Swiss keyboard is not availbale. My only complaints are: * the arrow keys, and some key placements in general * pipe key not working * keyboard backlight has to be enabled manually after every boot * no bluetooth * no buttons to minimize windows Other than that, it is a great device. Now I'm looking forward to the Librem5 phone.
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ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: No, I'm not into shitcoins. I'm not even sure any more what Tron is. Is it the chinese ethereum competitor?
ulrichard commented on ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit's post: DDR2 is the really old standard, right? I had some of these listed on Openbazaar. But after a while I threw them away.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Quantumworld: Hydrogen might be a good option in the future for intercontinental airplanes, cargo ships and maybe even for long distance trucks. But I don't think it makes sense for cars. The energy efficiency is just so much worse than battery powered cars. Why would you throw a battery into a landfill? Oh and hydrogen cars also have batteries.
ulrichard commented on leftside's post: @leftside: All the phone features worked as is for me, including audio. I never tried to access hardware from the chroot. Especially accessing the display would be nice, but is going to be difficult. Most apps in the deb packages use x11 or wayland, and if I remember correctly, the phone stuff runs on mir. Canonical was working on uniting the display manager for phone and desktop. But they cancelled their effort.
ulrichard commented on Schiz0's post: Do you have any idea what went wrong? A trojan that grabed your private key?
ulrichard commented on leftside's post: @leftside: This is the script I used for the chroot. I didn't use it for a while, so you might have to adapt it to your needs, and a newer revision. \#! /bin/sh MountPoint=/mnt/microsd_p1 sudo mount -o remount,rw / sudo mkdir -p ${MountPoint} sudo mount -o remount,ro / sudo mount /dev/mmcblk1p1 ${MountPoint} cd ${MountPoint} if [ ! -e bin/bash ]; then sudo wget http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/ubuntu-core/daily/current/vivid-core-armhf.tar.gz sudo tar xfz vivid-core-armhf.tar.gz fi sudo mkdir -p ${MountPoint}/proc sudo mkdir -p ${MountPoint}/dev/pts sudo mkdir -p ${MountPoint}/sys sudo mkdir -p ${MountPoint}/tmp sudo mkdir -p ${MountPoint}/etc sudo mkdir -p ${MountPoint}/mnt/phabletroot sudo mkdir -p ${MountPoint}/mnt/phablethome sudo mount -t proc none ${MountPoint}/proc sudo mount -t sysfs none ${MountPoint}/sys sudo mount -o bind /dev ${MountPoint}/dev sudo mount -t devpts devpts ${MountPoint}/dev/pts sudo mount -o bind /tmp ${MountPoint}/tmp sudo mount -o bind / ${MountPoint}/mnt/phabletroot sudo mount -o bind /home/phablet ${MountPoint}/mnt/phablethome sudo cp /etc/resolv.conf ${MountPoint}/etc/resolv.conf sudo chroot ${MountPoint} /bin/bash sleep 3 sudo umount ${MountPoint}/mnt/phabletroot sudo umount ${MountPoint}/mnt/phablethome sudo umount ${MountPoint}/proc sudo umount ${MountPoint}/dev/pts sudo umount ${MountPoint}/dev sudo umount ${MountPoint}/sys sudo umount ${MountPoint}/tmp sleep 1 sudo umount ${MountPoint} sudo rm -d ${MountPoint}
ulrichard commented on leftside's post: @leftside: I was quite disapointed when I first found out that it is not intended to use apt to install deb packages on the commandline. I didn't use python on the phone for a while. And I never used zeronet on it. I used to have an image of a regular ubuntu or debian on the phone that I chrooted into. On there I installed all the deb packages that I needed. But after I switched to ubports, I didn't bother to set up everything anew. Now I'm looking forward to the librem5, and will set up everything on there.
ulrichard commented on leftside's post: @leftside: Which device did you install ubports? I still use my BQ Aquaris Ubuntu Edition. I think it is about 4 years old now. I only switched it to ubports about half a year ago. Yes, apps are lacking. And I am constantly annoyed by companies that release their apps only for the duopily. But I became used to not using all those apps that spy on their users. I still really like the usability of UT. But yes, I would not recommend it for everybody. Not because of the OS itself, but because most apps they expect are not available.
ulrichard commented on leftside's post: @leftside: original UT or ubports? I read something about a new update in about a week. But I don't know if all devices get it at the same time.
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ulrichard commented on leftside's post: Which one did you choose?
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Zboy: The [Tragedy of the commons](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tragedy_of_the_commons) is what makes climate change so hard to solve. But surrender is not an option if you have kids. Capitalism solves many problems, but it is a road block when it comes to climate. Corporations are designed to only care about short term profit. They will not stop polluting out of goodwill. The damage caused has to be priced in on the fuels. But this is hard to implement. Even in rich countries, people think carbon taxes just line the pockets of the rich and influential people. And then there is the problem that even today, international airplanes and cargo ships don't pay mineral oil taxes.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Styromaniac: I never heard about algae oil. But the European Union mandated a fixed percentage of bio fuel mixed into fossil fuels some years ago. If it were produced in the EU as was intended, it would require more area than all the vegetable and animal farms combined. So it comes from palm oil mono cultures that are in areas where there used to be rain forest. In the end, it is three times worse for the climate than burning fossil oil. I sincerely hope the ratio is better with algae oil.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Zboy: The energy efficiency of an electric car alone is four times better than that of a fossil burning relic. If you charge coal power it would be just that. But every single E.V. driver I know cares about what kind of renewable energy he or she buys. But yes, of course the grid needs to become more renewable also in general.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: Today over lunch I went to a canteen style restaurant. After all the meat over the holidays, I wanted to have something vegetarian. But even there, the options were really limited. I ended up at the veggie buffet. I have no intentions of becoming a full time vegetarian, but I was totally not aware just how common meat is in restaurants. Up until now I just ordered what was appealing the most to me within a reasonable price range.
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ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Tusiko: Ich bezahle wieder mehr mit Bargeld als noch vor ein paar Jahren. Eine Kreditkarte habe ich seit ein paar Jahren keine mehr, nachdem ich 15 Jahre mindestens eine hatte. Die Maestro debit Karte funktioniert gut, und ist sicher privater als eine Kreditkarte. Aber man weiss nie, wie viel der Daten auch da verkauft wird.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Tusiko: Bitcoin wird mit der Zeit immer stabiler. Die Utopie der Stablecoins habe ich aufgegeben. Entweder führt man mit einer stable coin wieder Abhängigkeit von einer Drittpartei ein, oder aber der smart contract wird viel zu kompliziert. Nichts in unserer Welt ist so stabil wie wir es gerne hätten oder als Kinder wahrgenommen haben. Ethereum und smart contracts sind interessant, aber nicht in erster Linie zum bezahlen. Zum bezahlen nehme ich gerne die coin, die am sichersten ist und dafür gemacht wurde. Da sehe ich keine Konkurrenz zu Bitcoin. Einzig bei der Privatsphäre ist noch Verbesserungspotential. Aber das wird durch Lightning gelöst.
ulrichard commented on ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit's post: After learning about Russia Today in "[Our New President](https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6617656/)", I take everything they air with a grain of salt. After all, it is Putin's propaganda channel.
ulrichard commented on Advocatusdiaboli's post: @Tusiko: I'm sure it depends where exactly. When I drive to Germany, the roads are usually decent. In Switzerland also the taxes from fossil fuels are ment to be used for roads, but a sizeable junk of it is used for subsidizing public transport. I was driving around South America for half a year a decade ago. They have bad roads....
ulrichard commented on Advocatusdiaboli's post: We have better roads and less taxes in Switzerland. But it is hard to say what the reasons are. Less government overhead is probably only one of many factors.
ulrichard commented on Tusiko's post: @caryoscelus: Ubuntu Touch is now community maintained at https://ubports.com Ubports is one of the options that will run on the Librem5. The others bein gnome and KDE. I'm curious to see gnome and KDE phone implementations. Back in the OpenMoko days, they were far from where ubports is now. So ubports might well be the best option on the Librem5.
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ulrichard commented on Tusiko's post: @Quantumworld: Were you looking for https://necunos.com ? It looks somehow good, but hard to grasp. The Librem5 is much farther developed as it looks. I also just found out that Pine want to develop a phone: https://liliputing.com/2018/10/pine64-is-developing-a-linux-smartphone.html
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Realjohndoe: I usually use electrum in conjunction with hardware wallets. That way, no private keys are exposed. It can also be used in a two computer setup. The one that is connected to the internet only has the xpub for the public keys.
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ulrichard commented on Styromaniac's post: I cancelled my PayPal account a couple of years ago, after reading a horror story in a german computer magazine. In this article I learned that the PayPal balance can go negative. The person in that article fell victim to an eBay fraud, which resultet in a negative PayPal balance for him. PayPal didn't listen to his repeated explanations, but instead sent dept collectors after him.
ulrichard commented on Advocatusdiaboli's post: I didn't look at it yet. What is it? Looks like it is popular in Catalunia.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Advocatusdiaboli: I used to run an openwireless (similar to freifunk.net) node for many years. After the old device got problems, I have been running a MeshPotato for about a year. The problem is that I have no mesh people in the neighbourhood.... yet ...
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Advocatusdiaboli: Range is reduced if you mount it behind a window or on a balcony, but it should still work. I also run my mesh devices in the middle of the flat. Once there are enough mesh devices around it will be ok :-)
ulrichard commented on Daniell Mesquita's post: I worship Bitcoin. It has risen from the dead more times than all conventional gods combined.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: Attending live usually feels less like a long time, than staring at a computer screen ;-)
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: That there are good theoretical solutions, but its a long way to go for general acceptance. Just look at how few places allow us to use U2FA these days despite the fact of how long it has been around. Even wealth managers try to use OAUTH, which is frickin shocking to me. ... And that it is a matter of dignity, looking at todays practices.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: If it happens within the first eight years, it is covered by the warranty. The same goes for the motor.
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ulrichard commented on leftside's post: I can't read the text, but it reminds me of [chargery](https://chargery.de/) from Berlin.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: Its hard to call stories from word of mouth and ancient books evidence. Evidence is reality proved by science. That is exactly the difference between science grounded in reality, and faith. Everybody can believe what he or she wants, but when people don't accept this freedom for other people, it becomes dangerous.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: I prefer the [church of jedi](https://www.jedichurch.org/) and the [pastafari](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flying_Spaghetti_Monster). I just like the stories from Star Wars better than those from the Bible. And a spaghetti monster is much less frightening than the devil.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: I meant the ones that have similar traits as Jesus and came before him. It seems to be a common scheme to be born on the 25th of December, healing sick and blind people, and being resurrected later.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: I didn't know how many gods were worshiped in the meditarian region that had similar traits before.
ulrichard commented on caryoscelus's post: When they can't surveil you easily, they abuse you to be their croud sourced mechanical turk to train their computer vision classifiers.
ulrichard commented on Advocatusdiaboli's post: That's the guy from Spaceship Galactica, isn't he?
ulrichard commented on leftside's post: I thought there is a wall now.
ulrichard commented on weakish's post: On platforms where you don't have control over your data, they can change their terms or lock you out any day.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: Little did I know... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SFw95FFI0mg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rK8MqjagHu8
ulrichard commented on Moor's post: Nice fact checking. One thing he also misses is the source of the energy to produce the batteries that supposedly produce so much CO2. On the roof of the Gigafactory1 where they produce the batteries for Tesla, they are building the largest solar array in the world. And near the factory where the BMW i3 is produced, they built a wind farm. That is the nice thing about electric cars. Once you start to care for the environment, there are lots of options to further improve. But when you look at fossil cars, the devil's excrement stays dirty whatever you do.
ulrichard commented on ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit's post: @styromaniac@zeroid.bit: We might be able to go to mars in a decade. But colonizing another planet is probably at least a century away. We should do what we can to preserve our planet habitable. I too like meet, but I'm ok with eating meat only once a week as a luxury.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: That utility token ICO's are scams. They elaborate on the example of BAT. Everybody likes Brave, but nobody likes BAT ..... And that Bitcoin is great.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Musickillerwork: They advertised with the slogan "Built to take your breath away", meaning their new BMW car was breathtaking. But people misunderstood the slogan as taking away peoples breath by emitting toxic gasses into the atmosphere.
Ulrichard commented on ks's post: @Floppycasio: Depends if you want humans or giant vertebrates to rule the planet.
Ulrichard commented on ks's post: Welcome back to ZeroNet
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Ulrichard commented on Balancer73's post: @Balancer73: Nice. I'm looking forward to the pics and descriptions. My first computer was a Commodore C64. It died, and I couldn't repair it. I had an IBM XT for a while collecting dust. When I moved, I looked if it still works, which it didn't. So I threw it away.
Ulrichard commented on Balancer73's post: And it still works?
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ulrichard commented on leftside's post: haha, nice
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: Do you have a picture of how this would look?
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: I checked how far I was able to dial down on a household outlet that usually delivers 220V 10A. I could dial it down in 1A increments from 10A to 5A. So 220V * 5A = 1.1 kWh seems to be the minimum. Recently I saw a video on youtube where a guy tried to charge with a small battery with inverter, designed for camping, and it didn't work.
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ulrichard commented on weakish's post: Nice device, but Android. No thanks.
ulrichard commented on ZAlex's post: It is a good example of how NOT to design an API
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ulrichard commented on Daniell Mesquita's post: @Daniell Mesquita: Not really my thing. I'm still close to being a Bitcoin maximalist. Most alts are totally uninteresting to me. I see most ICOs and utility tokens as scam. I look forward to tokenized shares however. And most important: I want control of my private keys. Remember: "Your private keys, your money - not your private keys, not your money".
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ulrichard commented on Daniell Mesquita's post: I'm not a gambler. I only invest in what I believe has a social value and good chances of succeeding long term.
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ulrichard commented on Blurhy's post: When I switched to Linux ten years ago, I was also worried that there might be some programs that I would like to keep using. Thus I used Wine and Windows in a VM for a short period of time. But I gave up on that sooner than I expected. If something is not available in opensource for linux, I have no use for it.
ulrichard commented on Piloth The Mack's post: Interesting. Any idea what was the root cause?
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: That would be the natural version of planned obsolescence.
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ulrichard commented on Daniell Mesquita's post: @Daniell Mesquita: I'm not an investor. More like crypto enthusiast. No modern society works without some form of money. Most forms of money we currently have are centrally planned. We have enough examples that central planning eventually fails.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: There are a lot of channels already. And "influencer" is not exactly my dream job.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: I don't know about Korea, but in Europe, the charging infrastructure is farther developed than most people are aware. On the other hand, the payment for the public charging stations is a nightmare. Fortunately if you have access to Tesla superchargers, you don't need those other chargers.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: There are some batteries on bicycle trailers in Berlin, and there is a special version of the Hyundai Ionic that can provide electricity to another car. But usually cars with empty batteries are towed. While being towed they can recharge the battery a little bit. But this happens really rarely. The navigation system does a great job preventing that. Once I got a warning on the screen that I should be careful because there was no know charging station within range. And when you are on a long distance trip, the navigation system plans the charging stops for you. If you drive faster, and thus consume more energy, it automatically selects a nearer charging station. It is not healthy for the battery to run it flat.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: I will have to check how low you can go. Pretty sure it goes down to 1kW, but I don't know if it goes lower. Some charging stations can communicate to the car to reduce the kW. This was especially designed for solar charging, so that when a cloud passes it can account for the reduced energy output. But I don't think it is used a lot. Most charging comes from the grid.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: Sure, nobody has a supercharger at home. That would be very expensive. The car can charge up to 22kW at destination chargers (hotels and restaurants). It can charge with 11kW or 22kW at public AC charging stations. It can charge 50kW with an adapter at public chademo DC fast chargers. It can charge with 11kW from an industrial plug, or 22kW from a fix installed charging station in your parking spot. And it can charge with 3kW at a household plug. If you are afraid to blow a fuse, you can dial down location aware.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: Up to 70% state of charge, if a couple of conditions are Ok, it charges 115kW. At 400V that would be about 287 Amps. But at lower SOC, the voltage is lower, so the amps are more than that. Above 70% it slowly flattens out. Towards 100% is sometimes drops to 2kW.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: https://www.tesla.com/en_EU/supercharger
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: Interesting. I never heard of that. But thinking about it, solar panels are made of silicon sand, one of the most abundant materials on our planet. That should not be poisones. So what is the reason?
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: Sure, both sides hide some facts sometimes. When a petrolhead tells you how much energy is needed to produce a battery pack, he also doesn't mention the fact that this energy comes mostly from renewable sources.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: It was probably mentioned in their user agreement, but nobody bothered to read it. Much easier to just not use Google.
ulrichard commented on ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit's post: Did you check which packages make the biggest part? The stuff from the official repo in Debian or Ubuntu is usually delivered as incremental patches. But PPA's seem to have no support for that and thus have to download the full package. Comparing to Windows 95 is not really fair. Better compare the OS only stuff to Win10, and then the rest to the application updates on Windows.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: I don't know where it is from. Somebody posted it in the chat channel of the Bitcoin Association Switzerland.
ulrichard commented on Daniell Mesquita's post: The apocalise is roughly 4.5 billion years away. Nothing to worry about now.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: You can perform some calculations at: https://www.myclimate.org/
ulrichard commented on ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit's post: the url is missing the .../ipfs/... before the hash
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: Unfortunately not
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: TSLA was the first stock that I bought, and it was only recently.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: Individual contribution is hard to quantify, but we all already start to feel the combined effect. The damage is not to the earth, but to the environment that we need to live.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Droids243a: To the plutocrats from planet pluto
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ulrichard commented on Git Center's post: @caryoscelus: What happens when you click it? I'm not sure which browser, but this seems familiar. And when you click in the address field, the full URL is revealed.
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Ulrichard commented on Lola's post: @Musickillerwork: Sure, but I suspect a Mastodon server is a lot more difficult to set up and run than Zeronet. I wanted to get into Diaspora for a long time, but I was not willing to jum trough all the hoops to run a node. And I suspect it's a similar story with Mastodon.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Musickillerwork: Dinos
Ulrichard commented on Lola's post: How does it compare to ZeroMe? I hear a lot of people advertising Mastodon. But I feel like the federated server system is a step backwards.
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ulrichard commented on Kaffie's post: Or start with the locally seeded stuff, and switch to the current list on demand.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: That is why we need backdoors everywhere ;-)
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ulrichard commented on Musickillerwork's post: Hungarian notation was mainly used in C as far as I know to codify the type into the variable name. A p prefix is still common in C++ for pointer variables. But back in the day, lots more were used: i for integer, d for double, f for float, b for bool, s for string... or good old "paul" for pointer to array of unsigned long
ulrichard commented on Musickillerwork's post: Do youngsters these days know about Hungarian notation in naming variables? Anybody remember what the "paul" prefix means?
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ulrichard commented on Styromaniac's post: Depends what the video is about. I also don't like recording myself talking, but I have no problem recording my hobbies. Most of the time I don't even edit the audio. E.G. : https://ipfs.io/ipfs/QmVc6zuAneKJzicnJpfrqCH9gSy6bz54JhcypfJYhGUFQu/play#/ipfs/QmWKrMCcXUhLWGbPyEXHhpxYgwkvMaBALDpBXaNd7HBoM2
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @styromaniac@zeroid.bit: Most of the E.V.s from incumbents are called compliance vehicles. Produced only because they have to. As otherwise they could not reach the CO2 limits. Although some seem to be genuine, especially the above mentioned. Jaguar appears to be serious, but still underestimated the demand.
ulrichard commented on Styromaniac's post: The librem5 from https://puri.sm will have hardware kill switches.
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ulrichard commented on Kaffie's post: @Kaffie: Oh, sorry, I meant to write " I still like namecoin". Without namecoin, how do you tell new users to go to a specific zite? Sending the full URL in an eMail is not ideal, as many mail readers break lines at a certain length, and many users don't know how to recombine. Telling them go there, click that, look for this, is also not ideal.
ulrichard commented on Kaffie's post: @Kaffie: I still like zeronet, and hope it will someday be usable for regular domain names on the clearnet. But I understand how it sucks when a tool is no longer available for your platform. Voting systems are problematic if scammers can sibyl attack it.
ulrichard commented on leftside's post: @leftside: Looks like they don't sell guns on amazon.
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ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @leftside: Either cash or debit card from the local bank.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Realjohndoe: Forking the w3c might be difficult. We just have to accept that the organization is compromised, and what is even worse, that most people don't care.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Realjohndoe: I used to run my own Electrum server, and made sure my client only connected to it. That way, my full node mixed my transactions with others, which even increased privacy. I use Electrum mainly with hardware wallets, so not really concerned with keyloggers.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Realjohndoe: Also I am looking forward to lightning integration in Electrum.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Realjohndoe: I'm still waiting for a good lightning wallet for UBPorts, or any BTC wallet at all.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Realjohndoe: That is just another proof that every committee can be corrupted with enough money. At least we can disable the crap in open source browsers.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Musickiller: Thanks for testing
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit: Good, thanks for testing.
ulrichard commented on Kaffie's post: @Kaffie: I hate it when so much external stuff is required to open an account. The most hilarious situation was when I wanted to explore steemit. I could not open a steemit account, because I have neither a Facebook nor a Twitter account.
ulrichard commented on Kaffie's post: So our AI overlords tell us what we can say already.
ulrichard started following Vaerospace
ulrichard commented on ZAlex's post: It looks very similar to an old IBM/Lenovo notebook that I had which had libreboot. It was from the time before the i3 i5 i7 family of processors. I think the [purism](https://puri.sm) devices also use libreboot with current i5 / i7 processors
ulrichard commented on ZAlex's post: Does it have libreboot?
ulrichard commented on Styromaniac's post: I never was on FB. So there was no leaving for me. But it is annoying when they have group chats on different clubs that only work with malicious client software. I am tired of explaining how communication through compromised channels is bad. Even for small talk.
ulrichard started following Zero News
ulrichard commented on Musickiller's post: When I was in the army, stress was not really a problem. The humiliations from the superiors were unpleasant, but we were all in the same boat. Sleep deprivation was an issue. It makes people more submissive. We had no access to computers, and phones had no big screens nor internet access back then. So we read magazines and books. One guy from my unit once received a packet with an inflatable doll, but I don't know if he actually used it. For how long do you have to serve?
ulrichard commented on leftside's post: Fortunately we don't have this kind of problem in Switzerland. The only time I was really harassed by a cop was when I was 15. All the other encounters were really professional. Nobody thinks he needs to carry a gun to feel save around here. That is also a lot more relaxing for the cops when they check regular people. How about armored cars? How expensive are they, do you need a special permit to buy one?
ulrichard commented on ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit's post: I just suffered through a day of 35 °C
ulrichard commented on Styromaniac's post: I said goodbye to Windows more than a decade ago, and never looked back.
ulrichard commented on Happyrabbit's post: What are your experiences with BM? I really liked the idea when it came out. But after one message took half a year to be delivered, not so much any more. Did it improve over time?
ulrichard commented on Musickiller's post: @Musickillerwork: So you are in the cyber army now. Lucky you. When I served we were always outside doing dirty stuff.
ulrichard commented on ulrichard's post: @Anonimouslogin: By know it is well known that the hitman story was made up by the corrupt agents that sit in jail themselves by now. Research also proved that SilkRoad made drug trade less violent, and thus less people were hurt. Rosses opinion is that everybody has the right to intoxicate himself if he really wishes to do so. Of course this is controversial. But a victimless crime should hardly be a reason for imprisionment for live times two without parole. The whole war on drugs is a real farce. The only good thing coming out of it, is big profits for the shareholders of the private prison companies and the weapon industry. Of course nobody wants to witness a relative becoming addicted. But I think educating my kids is more effective than to leave it up to the government to make all bad things disappear.
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RU Javascript Developer [Asocio project](http://127.0.0.1:43110/asocio.bit/)
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I am a graphic designer and crypto-enthusiast. I am also a Liberty-lover and think that I should be able to live my life as I choose as long as I am not harming anyone else in the process. [Piloth's Blog](http://127.0.0.1:43110/pilothsplace.bit) [Artifax Radio](http://127.0.0.1:43110/19TKfCHjaMWhTcyF8cUp95TrsutYmzGVRS/) [ZeroTalk Cryptocurency Thread](http://127.0.0.1:43110/Talk.ZeroNetwork.bit/?Topics:1525978535_1AHEQxyRG9s6owyJHShB4U4rg9GL5FMX5K/Crypto+Currencies) [Cyptocurrency Wallet Generator](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1CVHsxxt72YYwpH2URW9vdNsa6TbjVqowr/)
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Professional vagabond-- 28 countries so far. I hitchhike 'round the world. Worried for Internet's future and want to learn about censorship-resistant tech. Neural network enthusiast. Digital hoarder. Currently building myself a tiny home. Español+English.
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ulrichard · ulrichard@zeroid.biton Aug 13, 2019

Compared to last year, this time there was slightly less garbage on the roads after the Street Parade. But still way too much. Sure, once the beverage was finished I had to search for a trash bin for ten minutes. Still, that is no reason to just throw it away. For those who don't know, the Street Parade became the worlds biggest techno party after the demise of the love parade. I used to go every year, but then didn't go for 15 years. Only recently I started attending again. It is always hard to consult memories like this, but I'm pretty sure there was less garbage in the old days.

leftside · leftside@zeroid.biton Aug 14, 2019Reply

@ulrichard: Anyway, that's a very amazing item to do with the big data analysis.
If possible compare the data with those of weather variables or airport passengers etc.

ulrichard · ulrichard@zeroid.biton Aug 14, 2019Reply

@leftside: There have always been refugees in Switzerland. I don't think there were so many of them at the event to make a difference in the amount of garbage. So far I didn't hear of organized group molesting like they had in Germany.

leftside · leftside@zeroid.biton Aug 14, 2019Reply

@ulrichard: Any relationship with those refugees that Swiss gov accepted?

ulrichard · ulrichard@zeroid.biton Aug 14, 2019Reply

@leftside: You mean compared to last year? It might just be that this year there were less people attending. The official number is 850k while last year is was a million or more.
Why there is now more garbage than in the past with the same amount of people, I don't know.

leftside · leftside@zeroid.biton Aug 14, 2019Reply

What do u think what the reason was?

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