Even China is starting to embrace #vegan meat..
This week in KDE: Elisa now has a full mobile interface, making it a first-class citizen on Plasma Mobile and Android (and much more stuff). Read all about it in Nate's blog:
They bounced me to the Temporary Visa Extension Center, which is nearby.
The visa extension office on the 3rd floor told me to go downstairs to notify my new address.
The clerk at the 2nd floor window told me to get the rental agreement and ID of the owner of the place where I'm staying.
The 1st floor has a printing service, but they closed just when I arrived. 😩
Ok... I'll be back in the afternoon.
The Government Complex in Bangkok is an impressive building. I'm here to request a 60-day visa extension 🙏
The entire protocol is nicely documented with diagrams:
Contracts implementing it are written in Solidity and seem well conceived (at least, as far as I can tell):
Pangolin uses Uniswap to run a public exchange which isn't really owned by anyone. It's essentially a community-driven open source project which manages a daily volume of hundreds of millions of dollars.
The website is just a frontend, you could perform an exchange by interacting directly with the blockchain from a node running on your laptop 🤯
"Have a look at https://community.kde.org/Get_Involved to discover ways to be part of a project that really matters. Each contributor makes a huge difference in KDE; you are not a number or a cog in a machine! You don’t have to already be a programmer, either. I wasn’t when I got started. Try it, you’ll like it! We don’t bite!"
(found at the bottom of Nate Graham's weekly #KDE: updates:
Why was the Kickstart 1.x "Insert floppy" graphic so bad?
This article debunks some established popular believes about neurology, like that our brains are built in layers: reptile brain at the bottom, instinct and emotions in the middle, and rational human brain on top.
The author promotes a more holistic approach, where the brain cannot just be sectioned into separate regions to explain our emotions, our drives and mental states.
Hmm Firefox is still much slower than Chrome at executing JS, but when it comes to WASM they're pretty much equivalent... 🤔
So... as the web gradually migrates to WASM, will Firefox finally catch up with Chrome? 💡
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