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Quand l’individu est plus fort que l’État, et que ses compétences et son obstination arrivent à atténuer la chienlit gouvernementale...

C’est ça la force de l’humain, du #libre et #OpenSource, ça redonne de l’espoir.

Merci Guillaume Rozier pour les outils « Covid Tracker » et « Vite Ma Dose » !

Certains devraient en tirer des leçons 👀

#FLOSS #OpenData #hack #DIY #COVID19

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Carolina Chickadee, Louisville, Kentucky 2020-11-27.

It's cool how transparent their wings are in sunlight.

#bird #birding #nature #photo

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Meet Big tusker Craig of the Amboseli. He turns 49 this year and is one of the biggest tuskers alive in the world today. A world treasure indeed.

📸Mark Drury

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Coucou Mr Blanquer, depuis le 10 mars (date de l'incendie d'OVH), la plupart des services sur apps.education.fr sont en rade. Ça serait bien de les relancer maintenant que vous avez annoncé un reconfinement non ?

Marrant comme ça peut prendre 3 semaines pour un service essentiel, mais je lis qu'un site de supporters de foot à réussi à être re-up en 3 jours...

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2021, the human race create a COVID vaccine in a year, send an helicopter on mars and still reject valid email addresses in forms.

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LSD : À l'ère de la surveillance numérique. Je cause dans le poste dans le numéro 1 de cette super série documentaire (par l'excellent Antoine Tricot). Je vous invite à découvrir les épisodes sur France Culture : franceculture.fr/emissions/ser

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"Drones, thermal-vision cameras and devices that can detect a heartbeat are among the new technological tools being increasingly used by European police to stop migrants from crossing borders, or to push them back when they do."

Appearently we "can't afford" to help migrants, but somehow there's always enough cash to buy the latest and greatest in military technology...

theguardian.com/global-develop

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Yo dawg, carrier snails (Xenophoridae) heard you like shells, so they cemented other shells into their shell. It is thought they do this to help elevate themselves over soft substrate, as camouflage and and protection from predators. Photo from alboranshells.com/xenophoridae

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A centipede (Family Scolopendridae) spotted on the walking path near the Sungei Serangoon park connector, Singapore, on 14 March 2021. It wasn't moving much, and I thought it was a piece of wood on the ground until I took a closer look. It pays to watch where you step, even on pavements.

Marked the images as sensitive for those who prefer not to see images of centipedes.

On iNaturalist [ inaturalist.org/observations/7 ]

#iNaturalist #Nature #Singapore #Photography #Arthropods #Centipedes #Chilopoda

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"So how much ram are we talking, on a scale from going to the moon to displaying a web page"

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Fun promotional idea: All high-value NFT purchases come with complimentary guillotine.

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The source of the White Nile in #Uganda where the waters of L. Victoria begin their 4,000 mile journey North to the Mediterranean sea. Photo by @Barak Bruerd

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The five striking and powerful cheetah males sit motionless, shoulder to shoulder, staring at grazing antelopes on a sun-drenched grassland in the Maasai Mara National Reserve. The story of Tano bora.
Photo by Jeffrey Wu
africageographic.com/stories/t

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