How many people block Google Analytics?

65% DuckDuckGo users
57% Firefox users
53% on Linux
21% on laptop/desktop
19% on Windows
18% on macOS
14% on Chrome
10% on Android
9% Google search users
8% on mobile/tablet
6% Bing users
6% on iOS
5% on Safari

Thanks to the work of Samuel Holland, crust advanced power management is now capable of running the #PinePhone for 100hrs in idle without the modem (approximately 110mW). With modem on, we should get 40% battery run-time increase (to approx 24 hrs).
Coming to your distro of choice soon!

@screenbeard Yes that's the one but I was not expecting this feature to be there. Thank you!

@olivia I've seen the option for silencing works or expressions in the different timelines but not what I wanted. The settings doesn't seem to offer much more related to filtering

I guess It would be cool for mastodon to be able to filter the local feed by language. In my instance there are several people speaking portuguse and japanese but I don't speak any of those language. It would be interesting to be able to filter them. If the option already exists I don't know where to configure it

I discovered that the СССР made some maps of Granada with spy satellites and reading the transcription of some names is the second best thing that I've done this month

I might need to program in C++ and I don't want :angery:

The compiler: Type not found
Me: Maybe because you are not a type?? Why you want to be a type??

Rust async is something I'm not liking. I'm trying to make an API with actix + postgres and I fell like doing magic

I tried rust 3 years ago but the lang was very different to what is now and the ecosystem is now more mature

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Today I received my mark for the subject mentioned in this toot

I am very happy to have used rust for the implementation. I learned a lot of the language, performance tips and in general my mind is used now to typed languages since I've always used python and js (I did c++ but jut for uni).

Also doing this allowed me to realize of the potential of rust and why so many people like it.

@ekaitz_zarraga I was going to write that one but then I realized that you are selling your knowledge so technically it can bring bread to the table. For the second one... I'm sad to not have a solution :dank: . I'm also in pain so I can say that I understand that one

Plot twist numero 2: I'm reading french after 4 years of not practising it and I still can understand what I'm reading.

@ekaitz_zarraga You may be poor but only poor in money terms. You are rich in knowledge!

More context on this I was trying to read this entry [Fully Homomorphic Encryption Part One: A Gentle Intro] and I've read two paragraphs but now I'm reading an article from Poincaré from 1901

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Me: [Proceed to read a blog entry] Oh a link to a useful resource
Me after 15 min and having downloaded lots of pdfs: What I was doing? How did I get here?

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