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Month February 2023

Getting Started with PowerShell in Linux [Beginner Guide]

The post Getting Started with PowerShell in Linux [Beginner Guide] first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides .After Microsoft fell in love with Linux (what has popularly come to be known as “Microsoft Loves Linux”), PowerShell which was… Continue Reading →

New – Amazon Lightsail for Research with All-in-One Research Environments

Today we are announcing the general availability of Amazon Lightsail for Research, a new offering that makes it easy for researchers and students to create and manage a high-performance CPU or a GPU research computer in just a few clicks… Continue Reading →

OpenAI Is Now Everything It Promised Not To Be: Corporate, Closed-Source, and For-Profit

OpenAI is today unrecognizable, with multi-billion-dollar deals and corporate partnerships. From a report: OpenAI was founded in 2015 as a nonprofit research organization by Altman, Elon Musk, Peter Thiel, and LinkedIn cofounder Reid Hoffman, among other tech leaders. In its… Continue Reading →

Ford seeks patent for cars that ditch you if payments missed

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Call for Cool Tools Presenters for AALL Annual Meeting in Boston

We’re looking for Cool Tools presenters for this year’s Annual Meeting in Boston. What’s it like to present a Cool Tool? Join us on Monday, March 13th, at 11am PST/2pm EST to hear from four previous presenters. Register today! You… Continue Reading →

Amid pushback, U.S. delays guidance on outsourcing

Image: Update, 9 a.m. EST Tuesday: The Education Department announced this morning that in response to “confusion” about the guidance discussed below, the Dear Colleague Letter will not take effect until Sept. 1, rather than immediately as of Feb. 15. The… Continue Reading →

FTC warns tech: ‘Keep your AI claims in check’

The FTC, fresh off announcing a whole new division taking on “snake oil” in tech, has sent another shot across the bows of the over-eager industry with a sassy warning to “keep your AI claims in check.” I wrote a… Continue Reading →

First Kindle Scribe software update begins closing the feature gap

Enlarge / Different brush types, each with their own thickness settings, will let you make more varied-looking and true-to-life notes and illustrations on the Kindle Scribe. (credit: Amazon) Amazon’s Kindle Scribe is very nice hardware with a software problem—namely, that… Continue Reading →

Uncle Sam to block Adobe absorption of Figma over monopoly fears

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Linux is not exactly “ready to run” on Apple silicon, but give it time

Enlarge / Everything Asahi Linux’s four-person team has done to make Linux work on Apple’s M-series chips is remarkable, but “ready to run” is a stretch. (credit: Apple/Asahi Linux) It’s an odd thing to see the leaders of an impressive… Continue Reading →

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