1
80
2
23
submitted 31 minutes ago by bleistift2@sopuli.xyz to c/memes@lemmy.ml
3
15
submitted 28 minutes ago by PugJesus@lemmy.world to c/historyporn@lemmy.world
4
10
Proud to be a European (discuss.tchncs.de)

As a European it makes me proud to get a direct shout out from Linus 🫶🏻

5
5
submitted 6 minutes ago by breakfastmtn@lemmy.ca to c/world@lemmy.world

Ukraine's military intelligence (HUR) claimed on July 16 that it had hacked nearly 100 Russian websites that support the Kremlin's war effort, taking them offline and replacing their homepages with a picture of a bloody pig's head.

The intelligence agency said the operation was carried out on July 15 with the help of "the volunteer hacker community."

"The cyberattack was aimed at destroying internal information of companies that serve Russian public sector clients involved in the war against Ukraine," it said in a post on Telegram.

MBFC
Archive

6
6
New Release Audacity 3.6 (support.audacityteam.org)
submitted 15 minutes ago by petsoi@discuss.tchncs.de to c/linux@lemmy.ml
7
31
8
24

From reddit/u/domnater167

9
25
submitted 1 hour ago by RandAlThor@lemmy.ca to c/world@lemmy.world
10
17
submitted 1 hour ago by NightOwl@lemmy.ca to c/worldnews@lemmy.ml
11
91

This was my very first 3D print on an Anycubic Photon D2. Turned out much better than I expected

12
3
Server HDD selction (lemmy.world)
submitted 26 minutes ago by Dust0741@lemmy.world to c/selfhosted@lemmy.world

I'm looking for 16TB HDDs. They'll be for fairly light usage. Immich will be the heaviest thing running on it.

New? Used? Certified? Like this?

13
22
submitted 1 hour ago by 0x815@feddit.org to c/news@beehaw.org

cross-posted from: https://feddit.org/post/846586

Greece’s concern for its own security has made it a supporter of Ukraine since the full-scale Russian invasion. The country's early support for Ukraine caused the Russian embassy in Athens to call on “very senior politicians” to “come to their senses” and “stop anti-Russian propaganda”.

Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson Maria Zacharova called Greece’s decision to send weapons to Ukraine “deeply mistaken” and “criminal”, warning that “in the end, the weapons will be turned on civilians, including the Greeks,” a reference to 150,000 ethnic Greek Ukrainians who then lived mainly in the besieged towns of Mariupol and Odesa.

According to Dianeosis, an Athens-based think tank, about 70 percent of Greeks had a favourable view of Russia before the full-blown war in Ukraine. That fell to 50 percent after the 2022 invasion and to 30 percent last year.

14
1
submitted 2 minutes ago by Five@slrpnk.net to c/ukraine@sopuli.xyz
15
19
Planter Head update (sh.itjust.works)
16
19
17
49
submitted 2 hours ago by partybot@lemmy.ca to c/coolguides@lemmy.ca
18
26

I recently saw a comment chain about nuclear bombs, and that led me to thinking about this. Say there is a nuclear explosion in the downtown of my US city. I survive relatively fine, but obviously the main part of the city has been destroyed, while major zones extending from the center were also badly damaged. What would be a good response to (a) survive and (b) help out the recovery effort?

19
4
submitted 1 hour ago by yogthos@lemmy.ml to c/worldnews@lemmy.ml
20
3
submitted 54 minutes ago by tamal3@lemmy.world to c/asklemmy@lemmy.ml

Hi all,

I'm attempting to change careers into landscape design/architecture, but I'm struggling to gain professional experience.

I've applied to 4 different job in the field, interviewed at one, but haven't had enough "professional experience" to land any of the jobs. Any tips on how to proceed? I was thinking about keeping my current job while also trying freelance for very nominal pay, but I'm not really sure how to go about that either.

For background, I've been at my current (unrelated) job for 6 years, took a community college class on AutoCAD, did a planting plan for a friend, and put together a portfolio (work in CAD, Photoshop, SketchUp, and physical media). I have some experience with plant nurseries, and a degree in biology. An in-person college architecture program is not option due to distance and expense, and I can't find any online programs. My portfolio gets compliments, but I seem to need more drafting experience.

21
19
submitted 2 hours ago by hunt4peas@lemmy.ml to c/android@lemmy.world

I have a Xiaomi 11 Lite NE 5G. It comes with the painfully slow USB 2.0. I wish to transfer local music files to it, but it's taking a long time to get copied over USB connection as well as it fails in-between sometimes. Is there any way to transfer the files in a quick and reliable manner?

22
33
submitted 2 hours ago by lemmee_in@lemm.ee to c/technology@lemmy.world

Google tried to derail a Microsoft antitrust settlement over anticompetitive software licensing in the European Union by offering a $500 million alternative deal to the group of cloud providers behind the EU complaint, Bloomberg reported.

According to Bloomberg, Google's offer to the Cloud Infrastructure Services Providers in Europe (CISPE) required that the group maintain its EU antitrust complaint. It came "just days" before CISPE settled with Microsoft, and it was apparently not compelling enough to stop CISPE from inking a deal with the software giant that TechCrunch noted forced CISPE to accept several compromises.

Bloomberg uncovered Google's attempted counteroffer after reviewing confidential documents and speaking to "people familiar with the matter." Apparently, Google sought to sway CISPE with a package worth nearly $500 million for more than five years of software licenses and about $15 million in cash.

But CISPE did not take the bait, announcing last week that an agreement was reached with Microsoft, seemingly frustrating Google.

23
9
submitted 1 hour ago by filoria@lemmy.ml to c/worldnews@lemmy.ml
24
20
submitted 2 hours ago by NightOwl@lemmy.ca to c/worldnews@lemmy.ml
25
3
submitted 1 hour ago by yogthos@lemmy.ml to c/worldnews@lemmy.ml
view more: next ›

Lemmy.institute

39 readers
0 users here now

Looking for a new home for your community of nerds? You've come to the right place. Lemmy.institute was created as a home for all kind of science and technology-related communities.

Community Guidelines

Please be respectful toward fellow members of the fediverse. We encourage open discussion, but we do not tolerate spam, harassment, or disrespectful behaviour. Let’s keep it civil!

Pornographic (NSFW) contents are not allowed.

Do you want to create and moderate a new community? Post a request at c/communityrequest

Misc

founded 11 months ago
ADMINS