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Did Huawei ever invent anything?


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Debian vs Arch


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Introduction to NixOS - Brownbag by Geoffrey Huntley


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InstantOS - A Linux Window Manager That Works Out Of The Box


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So Where Are We With Solid State Batteries? | Answers With Joe


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I just read a disturbing theory about political AI in another thread and I need answers, hopefully there are some computer experts that can verify or talk more about this: https://boards.4chan.org/pol/thread/256579275

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I've been noticing this for years.


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Bing disables "trending" feature after wildly inappropriate results

"These search results were unacceptable," Microsoft says.

https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2020/04/big-tits-bing-disables-trending-feature-after-inappropriate-results/


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George Carlin on phones, Bluetooth, answering machines…


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Intel Clear Linux
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This has promise but needs more work ironing out issues. Give it another year before using it on a production system.

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After trying many distros, I always seem to come back to Debian.

https://www.debian.org/

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https://sourceforge.net/projects/salient-os/
Salient OS is an arch-based rolling-release distribution aimed at multi-media / gaming enthusiasts. It comes pre-configured with various applications out of the box to aid you in getting started quickly without having to download these applications yourself.


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