Anton Zhiyanov: SQL join flavors
Adventures in Linux and KDE: So let’s talk about this Wayland thing
The car brands we researched are terrible at privacy and security
- They collect too much personal data (all of them)
- Most (84%) share or sell your data
- Most (92%) give drivers little to no control over their personal data
- We couldn’t confirm whether any of them meet our Minimum Security Standards
“Google has gotten shittier and shittier.”
The Verge: The end of the Googleverse
For two decades, Google Search was the invisible force that determined the ebb and flow of online content. Now, for the first time, its cultural relevance is in question.
The AI push comes as Germany attempts to turn around its economy from a recession while the country's key autos and chemicals industries face stiff competition from upstart electric-vehicle makers and high energy costs.
Now a group of researchers from the University of Washington are proposing a method of removing methane by using a group of bacteria known as methanotrophs to naturally convert methane to carbon dioxide and biomass. All the bacteria in this group “‘eat’ methane, removing it from air and converting part of it to cells as a source of sustainable protein,” according to the lead researcher, Mary E Lidstrom.
RZ114 CERN: CMS
Der CMS (Compact Muon Solenoid) ist einer der beiden Detektoren, die gemeinsam den Nachweis des Higgs-Bosons ermöglicht haben und ist eine dieser gigantischen Strukturen 100m unter der Erde am CERN and dem die vom LHC beschleunigten Teilchen untersucht werden.
The Economist: Can computing clean up its act?
The International Energy Agency reckons data centres account for between 1.5% and 2% of global electricity consumption, roughly the same as the entire British economy. That is expected to rise to 4% by 2030.
Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics: Wendelstein 7-X reaches milestone: Power plasma with gigajoule energy turnover generated for eight minutes
Christian Brabandt: The future of the Vim project
I started making a few changes to continue with Vim. This is the current status.