carsten

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Some comments from the lst night:

Ukraine: Our army sank a Russian ship. Russia: No, no, OUR army sank our own ship.

A former US General said: “The Russian Army showed its incompetence, so that the Russian Navy was jealous and had to show that they are incompetend, too.”

EVERYTHING Russia tries to do is an embarrassment. Even at sport they can only win by cheating and usin drug. The only thing they ARE good at is having a total disregard for human life

It is still a tragedy and so many lifes lost due to a stupid decision a crazy man made.

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In-reply-to » Elon Musk Offers To Buy Twitter For $41 Billion Billionaire Elon Musk has offered to buy Twitter for about $41 billion, just days after rejecting a seat on the social media company's board. From a report: Musk's offer price of $54.20 per share, which was disclosedin a regulatory filing on Thursday, represents a 38% premium to Twitter's April 1 close, the last trading day before the Tesla CEO's more than 9% stake in the company ... ⌘ Read more

@prologic@twtxt.net He want to make it ad free which I would support. to be honest. I have over 200 accounts on block because they advertised.

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In-reply-to » Let’s go! Media

@prologic@twtxt.net I think you did :-). It is quite, in the morning until 8. laughing smiliy Then all the parents come out with their screaming and shouting kids. Oh boys, dutch kids make so much noise on their way to school! Also a lot of cars show up dropping of their children. Streets are clogged. Beside that, it is nice neighborhood, yes. Oh, and I would not call it a village. Living in a suburb of The Hague.

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In-reply-to » @prologic Gotta love a video being taken down for a "defamation complaint". Yep, Liberals certainly have nothing to hide, especially not hiring male prostitutes and having sex with them in the prayer room of Parliament House 😅

@prologic@twtxt.net the Self government will not work. People need rules. Democrats is bad one, but it is the only one that works for long time

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In-reply-to » #nerdshit any nerds in here run their desktop in console mode? 😝 i spent all day reading crap in newsboat and googling stuff in links browser. Got ii in another panel absorbing whatever those goofballs are talking about. guys in minecraft channel sharing uptodate covid news. Basically what more do you need? even my new favorite game is console mode.

@will@twtxt.net what’s your new favorite game?

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In-reply-to » I think I found a solution to my Knowledge Base Archiving Problem. Instead of using all kinds of third party things which I need to keep track of and backup by myself, I found the Synology Note Station like something I could really use. First it has WYSIWYG and Paste-Image capability.It syncs to all devices, iOS, Android, PC, Mac, Web-access and I can integrate it into the automatic backup solution Hyper-drive. It works like BookStack which does not have a mobile app. So Win-Win?

@mutefall@twtxt.net I. FOUND. A. SOLUTION. to this as well. It is called WebScrapBook and is available as add-on for the major browsers. I tried it yesterday with various websites and it works extremely well. Basically it saves the webpage as it is displayed in your browser as it is while you are looking at it. Including images, video, CSS, fonts etc. (configurable). NYTimes.com works quite well.

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In-reply-to » I think I found a solution to my Knowledge Base Archiving Problem. Instead of using all kinds of third party things which I need to keep track of and backup by myself, I found the Synology Note Station like something I could really use. First it has WYSIWYG and Paste-Image capability.It syncs to all devices, iOS, Android, PC, Mac, Web-access and I can integrate it into the automatic backup solution Hyper-drive. It works like BookStack which does not have a mobile app. So Win-Win?

@novaburst@twt.nfld.uk but before I share via public URL, I just copy paste content and paste it ontl telegr.ph oder hedgedoc and share that. What I really needed was the ability to enter new content on the go. Syncing a TiddlyWiki via Dropbox and accessing it on the Smartphone via Quine2 was not a nice user experience.

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In-reply-to » I think I found a solution to my Knowledge Base Archiving Problem. Instead of using all kinds of third party things which I need to keep track of and backup by myself, I found the Synology Note Station like something I could really use. First it has WYSIWYG and Paste-Image capability.It syncs to all devices, iOS, Android, PC, Mac, Web-access and I can integrate it into the automatic backup solution Hyper-drive. It works like BookStack which does not have a mobile app. So Win-Win?

@novaburst@twt.nfld.uk if you mean the Synology, yes. That NAS is sitting on my Desktop at home. I do sync the smartphone and laptop clients when at home, so I do have all notes with me when I leave. Can create new one on the go and sync when back at home. The biggest selling point for me is the ability to just paste screenshots which was not possible with TiddlyWiki. Bookstack does that too and some other wiki softwares as well, but only NoteStation has clients and can work offline. And if I want, I can export as PDF or even .docx or share via public URL. 1/

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I think I found a solution to my Knowledge Base Archiving Problem. Instead of using all kinds of third party things which I need to keep track of and backup by myself, I found the Synology Note Station like something I could really use. First it has WYSIWYG and Paste-Image capability.It syncs to all devices, iOS, Android, PC, Mac, Web-access and I can integrate it into the automatic backup solution Hyper-drive. It works like BookStack which does not have a mobile app. So Win-Win?

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These Photographers Chase New Zealand’s Glowing Waves Capturing bioluminescence, a phenomenon in which glowing algae give crashing waves an electric blue glow, requires technical skill and a bit of luck.

Amazing cool colours in the ocean. I wonder how it feels when you walk through it while it lightens up.

https://is.gd/jkcFN3 (Had to shorten the NY Times Gift Link as it is suuuper long)

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In-reply-to » F*k it, guess I would just slap raspbian on it again, since it's such a useless board that can't run anything else

@novaburst@twt.nfld.uk Maybe just stick with it. It runs perfectly on the rPi and is made for it. Even if you don’t like it that much, why not give it a try and have it running instead of debugging days without getting something done.

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In-reply-to » Windows 3.1 Is Officially 30 Years Old An anonymous reader quotes a report from Windows Central: Windows 11 may be the latest operating system from Microsoft, but [Wednesday was] about Windows 3.1. It's the birthday of the classic OS, marking 30 years since its launch on April 6, 1992. Windows 3.1 introduced several key components, many of which have digital descendants on Windows 11 and imitators on other operating systems. Windows 3.1 ... ⌘ Read more

@movq@www.uninformativ.de Oh ha. So old. Nice memories.

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Journalists around the world have to work a weekend shift because a drunken Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman justifies the invasion of Ukraine by saying that Ukrainian Nazis have banned borscht cookbooks. (Source) - Watch the video in the tweet.

Russia Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova decided to justify the bloody victims of the war in Ukraine by the conflict over borscht. https://twitter.com/novayagazeta_eu/status/1512418941695672326

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In-reply-to » A short responses to the browser thing. Now thinking about it, it's sad Opera despite being Chinese owned, linked to scams and overall shitty, still remains the best choice I have, for what I usually need.

@movq@www.uninformativ.de I built once Chromium from sources. On my i5 10th Gen with 32GB RAM all Threads on fire, it took 30 Minutes. Crazy!

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In-reply-to » Windows 3.1 Is Officially 30 Years Old An anonymous reader quotes a report from Windows Central: Windows 11 may be the latest operating system from Microsoft, but [Wednesday was] about Windows 3.1. It's the birthday of the classic OS, marking 30 years since its launch on April 6, 1992. Windows 3.1 introduced several key components, many of which have digital descendants on Windows 11 and imitators on other operating systems. Windows 3.1 ... ⌘ Read more

@movq@www.uninformativ.de OMG NETSCAPE?!?!?

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In-reply-to » I was ordering something and the parcel got missing, so I got all worked up and angry – and then I remembered this story, which puts my one single missing parcel into perspective. 🤦 „Schlimmer geht’s immer …“

OMG. But in the end everything went fine and you have your new shiny glasses now. So you can see clear now! :-)

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Sitting at the dining table with my work laptop, my #BetterHalf suddenly started looking around and also out of the window, asking me “Where’s this strange noise coming from?” “From my work laptop here” I said. We haven’t heard such loud noise in months since we use MacBook Air M1 devices….

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In Florida, Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill last week that bans instruction about sexual orientation or gender identity from kindergarten through third grade. The bill also contains vague wording that opponents worry could lead to broader restrictions, effectively trying to erase L.G.B.T. Americans from school lessons. One example: The law’s preamble calls for “prohibiting classroom discussion about sexual orientation or gender identity.” That phrase has led to opponents’ nickname for the law: “Don’t Say Gay.”

Make America Great Again! #sarcasm #weirdpeople

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In-reply-to » I still don't know which software I should use to build a personal knowledge management system (PKM). Dokuwiki seems nice, I know it well but I can't figure out, why media uploads are not working. TiddlyWiki is awesome, super flexible but media uploads are terrible. Bookstack is nice, nice editor, but I keep spending a lot time figuring out, in which book should I add this piece of information. MediaWiki, baah too old, WikiJS too complicated..... maybe wordpress? Just post things and tag them, including media upload. mmhhh....

@tkanos@twtxt.net I do like the approach of this, I do not get myself into the habit to go through notes on my phone and transferring them into another system. Maybe I just have not written it clearly in the first place or was not able to express myself correctly. What I am maybe looking for is a system to hoard things. Why? I don’t know, I just have the feeling to archive data… #obsession?

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In-reply-to » I still don't know which software I should use to build a personal knowledge management system (PKM). Dokuwiki seems nice, I know it well but I can't figure out, why media uploads are not working. TiddlyWiki is awesome, super flexible but media uploads are terrible. Bookstack is nice, nice editor, but I keep spending a lot time figuring out, in which book should I add this piece of information. MediaWiki, baah too old, WikiJS too complicated..... maybe wordpress? Just post things and tag them, including media upload. mmhhh....

@retronav@twtxt.net I also tried Obsidian. Just don’t like it. But maybe I have a problem with organizing my stuff into categories instead of just tagging them. I still find it difficult to put things into folder where the information might belong to multiple topics.

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In-reply-to » I still don't know which software I should use to build a personal knowledge management system (PKM). Dokuwiki seems nice, I know it well but I can't figure out, why media uploads are not working. TiddlyWiki is awesome, super flexible but media uploads are terrible. Bookstack is nice, nice editor, but I keep spending a lot time figuring out, in which book should I add this piece of information. MediaWiki, baah too old, WikiJS too complicated..... maybe wordpress? Just post things and tag them, including media upload. mmhhh....

@tkanos@twtxt.net But maybe, I will give it another try.

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In-reply-to » I still don't know which software I should use to build a personal knowledge management system (PKM). Dokuwiki seems nice, I know it well but I can't figure out, why media uploads are not working. TiddlyWiki is awesome, super flexible but media uploads are terrible. Bookstack is nice, nice editor, but I keep spending a lot time figuring out, in which book should I add this piece of information. MediaWiki, baah too old, WikiJS too complicated..... maybe wordpress? Just post things and tag them, including media upload. mmhhh....

@tkanos@twtxt.net I also tested Notion.so. After two weeks I had fiddled more with the sheer endless amount of options than producing anything useful or using it in a way that i makes sense to me. But I do like the concept of it and the look. But for me, it just tries to be an egg-laying-milk-giving-woll-producing-pig. To many things you can do. TL;DR: I got lost in trying out to design something instead of filling it with information.

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In-reply-to » I still don't know which software I should use to build a personal knowledge management system (PKM). Dokuwiki seems nice, I know it well but I can't figure out, why media uploads are not working. TiddlyWiki is awesome, super flexible but media uploads are terrible. Bookstack is nice, nice editor, but I keep spending a lot time figuring out, in which book should I add this piece of information. MediaWiki, baah too old, WikiJS too complicated..... maybe wordpress? Just post things and tag them, including media upload. mmhhh....

@prologic@twtxt.net I do like it as well, but search and binary data is not a thing and I do not to attach documents from time to time. Haven’t found a good solution to that yet. I tried with FileBrowser and describing the internal path to the file location in the document, but it is just too inconvenient for me. Beside that, I have quite a lot of information saved there over the last 2 years, since I joined envs.net

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In-reply-to » 👋 Hello @markraini, welcome to Yarn.zn80.net, a Yarn.social Pod! To get started you may want to check out the pod's Discover feed to find users to follow and interact with. To follow new users, use the ⨁ Follow button on their profile page or use the Follow form and enter a Twtxt URL. You may also find other feeds of interest via Feeds. Welcome! 🤗

Hallo @markraini@yarn.zn80.net – Willkommen auf meinen Pod. Fühl dich wie zu Hause. Wenn du Fragen hast, einfach melden.

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I just read about “Fine-Tune and Prune Your Phone’s Contacts List”. This should be a yearly habit. But the default versions usually included in Apple’s iOS 15 and Google’s Android 12 can be much more useful - providing specific ringtones, travel directions, birthday reminders and more - if you take the time to flesh out the entries for your favorite people.

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