At dinner my family was laughing at people believing in flat earth or homeopathy. They were able to discuss what makes people believe in such things or how faith makes them reject some of the facts about reality.
It was funny, because they all believe in God and Jesus.
"Blockchain Technology Overview" by NIST
> #Blockchain technology is still new and should be investigated with the mindset of “how could blockchain technology potentially benefit us?” rather than “how can we make our problem fit into the blockchain technology paradigm?”.
Worth reading, for fans and skeptics.
Valve officially confirm a new version of 'Steam Play' which includes a modified version of Wine https://www.gamingonlinux.com/articles/valve-officially-confirm-a-new-version-of-steam-play-which-includes-a-modified-version-of-wine.12400 #Steam #Valve
So I got myself Librem 15, because there was a discount. Meanwhile this popped up: http://mntmn.com/reform/ by @mntmn . It fulfills all requirements and avoids problems I mentioned in earlier toots. Unfortunately, after buying Librem, I'm a little low on funds and have enough laptops. Anyway I'll keep an eye on MNT Reform, it looks great!
Another important take-away from my meetings already: calling MEPs is way more effective than e-mailing them.
E-mailing MEPs with a standard e-mail from a template can actually be counter-productive.
If you can, please *call* your MEPs. You can find your MEP here:
If you'd rather e-mail, please write two-three paragraphs in your own words, from your e-mail address. Even if it's not as slick as the template, it will work way better!
I've recently seen plenty of Linux gamers get excited about DXVK and it is an interesting technology. However, you should remember that buying Windows games to play with it doesn't really help Linux gaming. "No Tux No Bux" is still the most reliable way to support the platform and make sure it develops on all levels.