5.5-hour total internet blackout in Syria today to combat cheating on high school final exams - a practice that began in 2016.
Our latest subsea cable, named after the incredible Grace Hopper, is one of the first cables to connect the U.S. & U.K. since 2003, and the first investment by Google in a subsea cable route to Spain → https://goo.gle/3jLYPCt #GoogleCloudNext
Hat jemand soetwas wie die Strava Heatmap schonmal selbst gebaut?https://www.strava.com/athletes/15154469/heatmaps/10ba2daa#14/50.77892/6.07158
Just let this sink in.
Here's a quick visual summary of what got us here:
The German Presidency of the @EUCouncil@twitter.com starts next week. A new report #TaintedLove exposes corporate - friendly agenda within Germany’s EU decision-making. Will #EU2020DE be different or business as usual?
@Corporateeurope@twitter.com @LobbyControl@twitter.com #EU2020DE
RGB in the datacenter is real people (cc @firstname.lastname@example.org)
Yesterday was the saddest day in the history of @Twitter@twitter.com
China has posted an unusually shameless Ambassador in Brazil.
The cocky Ambassador decided that the Embassy send a letter to all members of parliament, telling them that they aren't allowed to congratulate the new President of Taiwan.
As a result #VivaTaiwan is trending in 🇧🇷🇧🇷
Man darf auch in Anbetracht der aktuellen Lage nicht den Humor verlieren 😁
Wooooohoooowooo: At @DECIX@twitter.com Frankfurt we already hit 9Tbps and the peak of the night is still coming ...
Incredibly haunting photo from David Caird in today’s Oz
Cutter v1.10 now has a DEBUGGER! 🐞🥳
After a lot of work, we are so happy to announce that we finally implemented your most requested feature.
The beta version of the debugger is available NOW on our website >> https://cutter.re
List of features and what's coming next >>
Some of the hot issues pointed during #OSSbeyond2020 4.2 session 🔴 Procurement departments need to be educated on open source 🔴 Politicians still don’t understand the value of #opensource to our society #EUFOSSA #FOSS #Policies
when you think you're finally starting to understand some Haskell and then you start reading docs