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If you feel like Chrome's been using more RAM on the desktop client since the v67 release a month back, good news: you're not going crazy! Bad news: it def... by David Ruddock in Applications, Chrome, Chrome OS, News
great news for my RAM
Some 500 children have been separated from their parents in the past month under the Trump administration's zero-tolerance policy to refer anyone caught crossing the border illegally for federal prosecution, according to count by a federal public defender in Texas.
this is horrifying, especially seeing Paul Ryan share pictures hugging his own kid while this goes on
This is a good episode for the theme, without getting too deep into the characters
And it has a friendly new price
This app looks amazing and, like the article says, intimidating
Bastiaan Ekeler designed and 3D-printed a Canon EF Mount for his Game Boy Camera.
How to Own & Display Your Twitter Archive on Your Website in Under 10 Minutes by Chris Aldrich Chris Aldrich (Chris Aldrich | BoffoSocko) As part of my evolving IndieWeb experience of owning all of my own internet-based social data, last year I wanted a “quick and dirty” method for owning and displaying all of my Twitter activity before embarking on a more comprehensive method of owning all of my past tweets in a much more compreh... Chris,rather a late reply but it might be of interest, I’ve been using Martin Hawksey‘s twitter archiver for a while now. This archived my tweets to Google Drive and made them available online: Keeping your Twitter Archive fresh and freely hosted on Github Pages – MASHe i take it a step further by pulling to my local drive and ‘ftp pushing’ to my site: Pushing and Pulling the Twitter Archive This keeps my archive up to date on a daily basis withou any work on my part here: Your Twitter archive
Saw this on MB discover, needed to save it for later
Leave it to OnePlus, which continues to include a headphone jack on its phones, to make a pair of sensible mid-range Bluetooth headphones — the Bullets Wireless, which go for just $69.
Time to regulate
And a happy GDPR day to you and yours