Mark Zuckerberg is pushing forward with metaverse, while billionaire-turned-architect sees great business in building rat cages for its future inhabitants. Other than that, just another sunny day …
It’s not always easy to determine memory use by applications. Statistics shown by utilities such as top can be quite difficult to understand. I’d love to see a single number: how much RAM did a process take. It’s even more difficult with web browsers or Electron applications which can run many separate processes. Luckily there is
The Verge story on how the concept of file system, essential to previous generations’ understanding of computers, sounds like evil black magic to many modern students.
ZeroTier is a popular VPN platform for creating secure private networks. It helps safely connect to your machines from all over the world. Ability to manage it with REST API and scripts makes it particularly interesting for advanced users.
Cory Doctorow explains why I still need six communicator apps on my phone
Edward Snowden explaining today the ins and outs of Apple’s recent privacy-invading initiatives, plus a credible explanation of ‘why?’
Launch and manage Linux virtual machines on your development machine with Ubuntu Multipass, an interesting alternative to Docker or VirtualBox.
We all have our opinions and flame wars are raging around, but when Charles Petzold has an opinion, we should better listen!
True story about how I got into programming many many years ago. Full of details, anecdotes, ramblings and nostalgia for the good ol’ early days of computing.
How to reclaim privacy, security and ownership of your computer with Free and Open Source Software, as explained by “Go FOSS, Today” initiative.