Is there a term for services that let you entirely replicate data such that being offline isn't an issue?

For example, when I use git, even if my git server is blown away, my local copy can simply override the central one.

Similuarly my imap syncronizes locally to a maildir, so if my imap server died, I'd be able to put it back.

This is how more things should work IMHO, and i"d love to know the nam ofthis feature so I can talk about it.

Here we have a person whose from an older generation expressing many of the ideas that we hope people would embrace around around gender and identity, and the headline they chose is hilighting his not understanding a very specific, modern term and using that as a way to ridicule him.

How about instead of that, we say "Wow this person is espousing the kinds of views we want people to have, even if they use a different vocabulary than many of us use today?

I'm going to try to record a show tonight about my friend Greg Schnitzer and the ways he informed me as a friend.

Some shows never make it to air, hopefully this one will be good enough.


At Costco I picked up a piece of cardboard that I paid for with a piece of plastic which I traded in for another piece of cardboard that represents digital currency.

thanksgiving, diet, keto 

thanksgiving, diet, keto 

After listening to some Haketia music, I went looking for more, and this is so incredible, beautiful and haunting.

For those who haven't heard Ladino, here's a sample of the language:

Visited the synagogue of the oldest congregation in the US today. 1654... Over a hundred years before the US became a country.

It's a Sephardic synagogue. It was also the first time my partner read Ladino with Hebrew characters.

If I had unlimited time on Earth, I'd learn Yiddish and I'd encourage her to learn Ladino. Sephardic culture is so different from what I grew up with yet and so vibrant and beautiful.

Drinking Yerba Mate out of a gourd with a bombilla for the first time. What a big difference!

Still a little bitter for me. I might add some peppermint or cinnamon to cut through it, or maybe use a different brand of tea (this one is quite old- turns out I was using way too little for a long time too).

There are too many small items that Amazon has that make it nearly impossible to leave entirely, but I think with both Costco and Target stepping up their game, I may be able to eliminate needing Amazon for most items, and I think/hope that in the first half of 2020 I can get rid of Amazon Prime.

I've heard people who use Apple really like thier implementation of the W3C Payment Request API. Am wondering about it and privacy. Anyone have info to share?

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"With streaming services there's no reason to pira-"

Exclusive content

Content that can easily be removed by any contract changes

Region locking

Not being able to offically know which content is available before subscribing

Bad UI

DRM playback

Online only

Only on supported devices/OSs/browsers

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my sister-in-law wanted to make a toy for her 2 year old nephew who likes turning on and off light switches so I helped her learn to solder and we put together this box with 5 different switches and a bunch of different LEDs mounted on it.

the switches all interact in different ways, and some of the LEDs are RGB so you can play with it for several minutes before you figure out how everything works together.

I think the kid is going to love it.

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Are you worried about your #privacy after #Google acquired #Fitbit? If you are looking for a privacy respecting alternative I can only recommend to have a look at #Gadgetbridge and chose one of the supported devices as your next wearable.

Reading about how to access the secret file companies have on me and wondering if I can use GDPR to address some of this

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