It seems to me like this is a critical issue that’s preventing businesses like Mozilla from being able to make the choice and commit to an more free and open model since they need money to pay employees and make profit and offer health insurance and things like that.
This is the simplest yet most effective explanation of this topic that I have ever seen.
10 Gigabit Home Networking: How to Connect - Fiber vs Direct Copper vs RJ45 Twisted Pair - Dave's Garage
This is so cool!
Rust, WebAssembly, and the future of Serverless by Steve Klabnik
For example: If you ate your dinner under the unblinking gaze of a networked, remote-monitored video-camera 20 years ago, it was because you were in a supermax prison. Today, it's because you've been unwise enough to buy home cameras from Amazon, Google, or Apple.
Geerling talks about his journey to a sustainable open source career
next time someone needs a demonstration of the cut curb effect (e.g. how even the most selfish ablebodied people should want accessibility measures, because what is necessary for a disabled person is often really nice to have if you're ablebodied - for example, a cut curb may be there to make something accessible for people in wheelchairs, but if you're pushing a grocery cart or baby stroller they're also really handy), may i suggest: this meme
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