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[-] gedaliyah@lemmy.world 29 points 22 hours ago

Aren't all threesomes bisexual or homosexual? By definition? What does that word mean here?

[-] gedaliyah@lemmy.world 1 points 1 day ago

Thanks, this is one of the few truly beginner-friendly blogs I've found (not just this post, but the entire blog). It would be great for people to suggest some other more up-to-date resources for someone starting out. Specifically, this blog talks about trying and comparing different setups, factoring in costs, time commitments, dealing with setbacks, preparing for different use cases, etc.

There are lots of resources that share technical details, how-tos, system specs, etc., but not many that I've found walking through the decision making process including what worked and what didn't and why.

[-] gedaliyah@lemmy.world 1 points 1 day ago

What are some important things that have changed in the past five years that would change some if the choices?

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I came across this blog today while searching and I'm finding it very detailed, human, and instructive. For a beginner like me, this kind of resource is invaluable. What does a server failure feel like at a personal level? How do you make decisions about cost or utilizing existing hardware? These kind of thoughtful reflections along with practical walkthroughs of solutions make this a very nice resource when planning both the how and the why.

Maybe someone else will find it useful too.

[-] gedaliyah@lemmy.world 8 points 2 days ago

Don't worry everyone, I'm sure all the voice data will be anonymized.

[-] gedaliyah@lemmy.world 6 points 3 days ago

Domestic violence is one of the best researched, least acted upon social problems. We could literally fix 99% of the problem, and we know how to do it, and it would not be that expensive. But we don't implement it because the people who are most in need of public help are predominantly poor black women.

[-] gedaliyah@lemmy.world 5 points 3 days ago

It won't be enough but its a start.

[-] gedaliyah@lemmy.world 34 points 3 days ago

Punish the government, get attention, accelerate the coming raçe war, etc. They don't live in reality.

[-] gedaliyah@lemmy.world 18 points 3 days ago

Honestly I'm surprised we don't see more of these. Our elecrital grid is frighteningly vulnerable.

[-] gedaliyah@lemmy.world 37 points 4 days ago

There are a lot more unskilled scammers looking for low hanging fruit

[-] gedaliyah@lemmy.world 2 points 4 days ago

Yep. And he was plenty eager to flop like the spineless worm he is when the time came.

[-] gedaliyah@lemmy.world 13 points 4 days ago

No worries. I hadn't heard about it until today, and i thought some other people might be in the same boat.

[-] gedaliyah@lemmy.world 35 points 4 days ago

Hopefully it sticks.

The dissenting commissioners, Melissa Holyoak and Andrew Ferguson, argued that the FTC was overstepping the boundaries of its power. Holyoak predicted the ban would be challenged in court and eventually struck down.

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The FTC estimates about 30 million people, or one in five American workers, from minimum wage earners to CEOs, are bound by noncompetes. It says the policy change could lead to increased wages totaling nearly $300 billion per year by encouraging people to swap jobs freely.

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The UN’s Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) stated on May 6 that over 9,500 women and 14,500 children had been killed in Gaza.

Two days later, OCHA officially listed under 5,000 women and 8,000 children as casualties.

The Hamas-run Government Media Office has previously served as the source for the UN’s casualty figures, according to the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies.

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Police fired teargas to disperse a small group of protesters who climbed up the gate of the Egyptian embassy opposite parliament. The clashes were brief.

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The protests, which escalated into riots, saw demonstrators attempting to breach the hotel premises where a group of Israelis were reportedly staying.

The protests erupted at Omonia Square, with demonstrators chanting slogans against Israel and attempting to forcefully enter the hotel.

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It's always hungry?

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An open letter by Meta employees claims the company censors Palestinian-related content internally and externally.

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“If we continually restrict the freedom of marriage as a legitimate social option, when we do this to people who are a ripe, fertile age and may have a pregnancy and a baby involved, are we not in fact making abortion a much more desirable alternative, when marriage might be the right solution for some freedom-loving couple?” Edwards said.

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When James Carlson was arrested inside Columbia University’s Hamilton Hall, he was already under investigation for snatching an Israeli flag out of a man’s hand near campus and setting it on fire. 

That wasn’t the first time Carlson, who has no affiliation with Columbia, had run afoul of the law. He was arrested in San Francisco in 2005 during a violent protest organized by an anarchist group, according to a senior law enforcement official.  

Overall, of the 112 people arrested at Columbia on Tuesday, 32 had no affiliation with the school, or 29%, according to the mayor’s office and the New York Police Department. Out of the 170 people arrested at the City College of New York, 102 people had no ties to the school, or 60%.

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Around 6:30 p.m. a group of pro-Palestinian protesters — plus some that were dressed in all black — left the South Park blocks and started marching through Downtown Portland.

“They knocked me and my boyfriend to the ground and started kicking us and hitting us and we were kind of getting back up and some people came and repelled them, and they attacked those people. Everybody kind of scuffled for a while, and we were standing back up and walking out of it and they attacked us again and took my bag.”

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Any allegations that Greene is transparently working as a Russian agent are entirely unsubstantiated.

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It’s clear that companies are currently unable to make chatbots like ChatGPT comply with EU law, when processing data about individuals. If a system cannot produce accurate and transparent results, it cannot be used to generate data about individuals. The technology has to follow the legal requirements, not the other way around.

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