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Etherpad – Online Collaborative Document Editor for Linux

Etherpad is a web-based free document editor tool, which allows a group of users to work jointly on a document in real-time. Etherpad authors can edit at the same time, see each other’s edits in real-time, and display authors’ text… Continue Reading →

PHP 8.1 is Here Studded with Highly Requested Features

PHP 8.1 has been officially released and brings numerous innovations, such as enumerations, fibers, and performance improvements. Here’s what’s new. The post PHP 8.1 is Here Studded with Highly Requested Features appeared first on Linux Today.    Read the original… Continue Reading →

The Beatles had a sad end

I finished Get Back, and I kind of hated the way it ended, but it is what it is, it’s not like there were screen writers who chose the wrong ending. The rooftop concert was a Ouija board thing. Something… Continue Reading →

Widdler is a single binary that serves up TiddlyWikis

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Blender 3.0 Released as a Massive Update with Many New Features and Improvements

Blender 3.0 is a massive update that introduces numerous new features and dozens of enhancements to the 3D modeling software. One huge change in this release is the fact that Blender now uses the Vulkan next generation graphics and compute… Continue Reading →

Nothing of what makes science work is published as text on the web

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Apple AirTags Being Used By Thieves To Track High-End Cars To Steal

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: This week, Canadian police announced that car thieves have been using AirTags to track vehicles they want to steal. York Regional Police (which serves an area north of Toronto) revealed that… Continue Reading →

Debt Collectors Can Now Text, Email and DM You On Social Media

An anonymous reader quotes a report from NPR: New rules approved by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau that took effect on Tuesday dictate how collection agencies can email and text people as well as message them on social media to… Continue Reading →

COVID vaccinations spike in US as delta rages and omicron looms

Enlarge / People line up outside of a free COVID-19 vaccination site that opened today in the Hubbard Place apartment building on December 3, 2021 in Washington, DC. (credit: Getty | Samuel Corum) Amid a raging delta wave and fears… Continue Reading →

Zinc Search engine. A lightweight alternative to Elasticsearch written in Go

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