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Month September 2023

Keeping Up With Generative AI in the Law

The pace of generative AI development (and hype) over the past year has been intense, and difficult even for us experienced librarians, masters of information that we are, to follow. Not only is there a constant stream of new products,… Continue Reading →

What Is the Future of the DAW?

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How to Install and Use LibreOffice Extensions

In this article, I will guide you through how to install and use LibreOffice extensions, enabling you to tailor it for your own workflow. The post How to Install and Use LibreOffice Extensions appeared first on Linux Today. Link to… Continue Reading →

WHO says flu vaccines should ditch strain that vanished during COVID

Enlarge / Influenza virus. Image produced from an image taken with transmission electron microscopy. Viral diameter ranges from around 80 to 120 nm. (credit: Getty | BSIP) The World Health Organization on Friday recommended ditching a common component of seasonal… Continue Reading →

You Can Finally Preorder Raspberry Pi 5

From the beginning, Raspberry Pi’s mission has been to offer capable computers to beginners and experts alike, at a remarkably affordable price. That doesn’t change with the company’s latest device. Yes, after years of processor shortages and supply chain disruption,… Continue Reading →

Node.js – v20.8.0

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Bruno: Open-Source IDE for Exploring and Testing APIs

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Next-Generation Raspberry Pi 5 Opens Up for Preorders

The Raspberry Pi Foundation has unveiled an upgraded single-board computer featuring a faster CPU and GPU for enhanced performance. Highlights of this SBC include GbE with Power over Ethernet Plus (PoE+) support, dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi/BL 5.0, dual mini-HDMI ports with… Continue Reading →

Epic Games Cutting 16 Percent of Its Workforce

According to Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier, Epic games is laying off 16 percent of its current workforce, which amounts to almost 900 employees losing their jobs. Kotaku reports: A memo was shared this morning at the North Carolina company, seen by… Continue Reading →

$5,000 Google Jamboard dies in 2024—cloud-based apps will stop working, too

The Google Jamboard was a big, red touchscreen. Even more Google products are getting the ax this week. Next up is Google Jamboard, a $5,000 digital whiteboard (and its $600-a-year fee) and software ecosystem marketed to schools and corporations. Google… Continue Reading →

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