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Do you write emails in multiple languages? You'll be pleased to know we've finished an enhancement that enables MULTIPLE Dictionaries to be active in Thunderbird, simultaneously!

This feature should land in the Beta for 102 in a few weeks, and ultimately in the Stable 102 release at the end of June.

Here's the Bugzilla link: bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.

This looks just like a slippery slope towards setting up a Ministry of Truth. With BigTech oiling the slide.

social.network.europa.eu/@EU_C

Decentralized networks like the Fediverse, while not the solution, could be part of a future solution. BigTech & fact-checkers with ulterior motives, not so.

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@selea Blocking on mastodon is a bit problematic?

Some idiot blocked me (for correcting him on the fact that nazis were not *against* forced medical experiments) & yet I was notified when he answered, although the answer disappears when I click on it.

It has left me with a bad taste, probably my fault for following and engaging with greek politics (former twitter) accounts. You are very wise not to participate in politics here, this is certainly not the right medium.

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In a surprising move, the European Parliament deleted a post from its website and social media referring to a recent report by Reporters without Borders (RSF) indicating that Greece is the worst EU country regarding media freedom. Contacted by EURACTIV, the EU Parliament’s response was even more problematic.

EU Parliament joins media freedom problematic club euractiv.com/section/politics/

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How can you tell the difference between a worker and a chemist?

Let them pronounce "unionised".

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RT @element_hq@twitter.com

📢 All users can now opt-in to our Threads Beta! 🎉

Threads help declutter the main room timeline by moving conversations and topics into the right panel 🧹

For more info and what’s coming next, please give our latest blog a read ➡️ element.io/blog/introducing-th

🐦🔗: twitter.com/element_hq/status/

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The European Commission has started the initiative "Sustainable consumption of goods - promoting repair and reuse” and is calling for public input. We welcome this, are already preparing our statement and encourage you to participate as well: ec.europa.eu/info/law/better-r

I was playing quordle (it's like 4 wordles at the same time) and what you see below is a product of chance (not manufactured in any way). I was pleasantly surprised! @gnome

@selea I love this instance but there has been far too little content. Let me rectify this:

How to make amazing pizza (dough):
1. mix: 300ml H2O + 300gr flour + ~5gr yeast & honey each → 1h at room temp & 16-24h in the fridge

2. add: 400ml H20 + 700gr flour + salt & olive oil → knead the dough → 16-24h in the fridge

3. wait 1-2h → make ~6-7 balls → wait 2-4h at room temp

4. each ball makes one pizza!

Detailed explanation & video here:
youtube.com/watch?v=u7Hd6ZzKgB

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🎙️ Matrix Live is out!

This week our guest comes to talk about how and why he created Populus Viewer, a collaborative PDF annotations project based on Matrix, and how it's used in academia

youtube.com/watch?v=ra5Uqee59n

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El 4 de enero de 1809
Nace en París, Louis Braille músico y pedagogo. Se quedó ciego a los 3 años. Pese a su prematura discapacidad, Louis Braille destacó en sus estudios y recibió una beca para el Institut National des Jeunes Aveugles. Todavía siendo un estudiante allí e inspirado por la criptografía militar de Charles Barbier, elaboró un código táctil específicamente diseñado para facilitar la lectura y la escritura de los alumnos con discapacidad visual de una forma mucho más rápida y eficaz en comparación con los métodos existentes.

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Current mood (I don't know why): the Talking Heads - Once in a Lifetime music video youtube.com/watch?v=5IsSpAOD6K

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Interesting fact of the day: The term "patching" software originates from the fact that you would literally patch holes in early hole punch input in order to fix an issue. Attached is a picture with such patches on it from the Harvard Mark I computer.

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