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schestowitz[TR]  mojang     > I found you have a category and corresponding feed for patentsFeb 26 05:41
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schestowitz[TR]> Would you consider creating some additional feeds, for example, aFeb 26 05:41
schestowitz[TR]> generic feed for all intellectual property (IP) including patent,Feb 26 05:41
schestowitz[TR]> copyright, trademark, EPO, WIPO?Feb 26 05:41
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schestowitz[TR]> E.g.Feb 26 05:41
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schestowitz[TR]> This would be useful for syndication on sites like world.ip.dayFeb 26 05:41
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schestowitz[TR]> Can you suggest any other third party sites to syndicate?Feb 26 05:41
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schestowitz[TR]> Seize the day.Feb 26 05:41
schestowitz[TR]WIPO is WIPING domains.Feb 26 05:41
schestowitz[TR]SeeFeb 26 05:41
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schestowitz[TR]Combining feeds is hard in WordPress, we hope to get off of WordPress eventually, but there is:Feb 26 05:41
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schestowitz[TR]i think making the categories more hierarchical can help, but I don't want to invest any more in WordPress. The "ecosystem" of WordPress is unsafe and bloated.Feb 26 05:41
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-TechBytesBot/ | WIPO - TechrightsFeb 26 05:41
-TechBytesBot/ | Francis Gurry - TechrightsFeb 26 05:41
-TechBytesBot/ | Intellectual Monopoly | TechrightsFeb 26 05:41
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schestowitz[TR]Re: DebrulleFeb 26 05:59
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schestowitz[TR]This is man is scum, mafia, a con man like the EPO pres.Feb 26 05:59
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schestowitz[TR]But he is well connected, so he's with the "right" mafia.Feb 26 05:59
schestowitz[TR]"Progress report on the Unitary Patent Package:Feb 26 05:59
schestowitz[TR]"Prepared by J?r?me Debrulle" by the same people who says 20.000EUR is cheaper than 165EUR, and that Justice is now more accessible to "Small Companies""Feb 26 05:59
schestowitz[TR]This is regulatory capture and will weaken the EU by enboldening critics.Feb 26 05:59
schestowitz[TR]Can FFII make a press release that I can actually link to?Feb 26 05:59
schestowitz[TR]Twitter is a useless relic?Feb 26 05:59
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-TechBytesBot/ | Team UPC is Trying to Misuse Copyright Law in Order to Censor Critics of the UPC Collusion (a Scheme to Violate Constitutions and Craft an Illegal Kangaroo Court in Defiance of International Conventions) | TechrightsFeb 26 05:59
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schestowitz[TR]                              <li>Feb 26 11:00
schestowitz[TR]                                    <h5><a href="">Moving ZFS filesystems/datasets from one ZFS zpool to another</a></h5>Feb 26 11:00
schestowitz[TR]                                    <blockquote>Feb 26 11:00
schestowitz[TR]                                        <p>Now that I’ve filled up data01, I bought some more SSDs and created another zpool. Today, on this snow-is-anticipated Saturday winter morning, I’m going to move some ZFS filesystems/datasets around.</p>Feb 26 11:00
schestowitz[TR]                                        <p>Side note: I like the term dataset better than filesystem. man zfs talks about datasets, which can be a file system, a volume, a snapshot, or a bookmark. However, usually when I talk about a filesystem, it might be dataset. It’s a fine point, but the difference is not usually relevant to what I’m doing.</p>Feb 26 11:00
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schestowitz[TR]                                Feb 26 11:00
-TechBytesBot/ | Moving ZFS filesystems/datasets from one ZFS zpool to another – Dan Langille's Other DiaryFeb 26 11:00
schestowitz[TR]  <li>Feb 26 11:02
schestowitz[TR]                                    <h5><a href="">TinyTVs Offer a Bitesize Raspberry Pi Dose of Television</a></h5>Feb 26 11:02
schestowitz[TR]                                    <blockquote>Feb 26 11:02
schestowitz[TR]                                        <p>TinyTV 2 and Tiny TV Mini replicate the mid-20th century television aesthetic, but inside, they are powered by Raspberry Pi's powerful RP2040 microcontroller. Both units offer around 8GB of internal storage, which TinyCircuit claims will provide around 10 hours of playback for TinyTV 2 and a whopping 40 hours of video for TinyTV Mini</p>Feb 26 11:02
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-TechBytesBot/ | TinyTVs Offer a Bitesize Raspberry Pi Dose of Television | Tom's HardwareFeb 26 11:02
schestowitz[TR]  <li>Feb 26 11:04
schestowitz[TR]                            <h5><a href="">A quick hack for Emacs</a></h5>Feb 26 11:04
schestowitz[TR]                            <blockquote>Feb 26 11:04
schestowitz[TR]                                <p>I have a bunch of standard things that I record, but one thing that often ends up happening is that I make references to external bug trackers, be they Jira, Bugzilla, or something else.</p>Feb 26 11:04
schestowitz[TR]                                <p>Today I hacked up a simple emacs minor-mode for converting these references to hyperlinks, automatically, via the use of regular expressions.</p>Feb 26 11:04
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-TechBytesBot/ | A quick hack for EmacsFeb 26 11:04
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schestowitz[TR]                                            <h5><a href="">Firefox 110 on POWER</a></h5>Feb 26 11:06
schestowitz[TR]                                            <blockquote>Feb 26 11:06
schestowitz[TR]                                                <p>Firefox 110 is out, with graphics performance improvements like GPU-accelerated 2D canvas and faster WebGL, and the usual under the hood updates. [...]</p>Feb 26 11:06
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-TechBytesBot/ | Firefox 110 on POWERFeb 26 11:06
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schestowitz[TR]                                    <h5><a href="">Experience the fifteen years of LibrePlanet celebration firsthand as a volunteer</a></h5>Feb 26 11:16
schestowitz[TR]                                    <blockquote>Feb 26 11:16
schestowitz[TR]                                        <p>There's only three weeks left until LibrePlanet 2023. We cannot do this event without our volunteers, who besides providing their invaluable help behind the scenes, also contribute to the great atmosphere. We'd like to extend a huge thank you to all the volunteers who have already signed up to help us organize LibrePlanet 2023. We are touched by how much support we've received so far. HowevFeb 26 11:16
schestowitz[TR]er, it would be helpful to have more in-person volunteers to fill some important roles.</p>Feb 26 11:16
schestowitz[TR]                                        <p>You can help us by joining the on-site crew at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center and performing one of the following tasks: [...]</p>Feb 26 11:16
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-TechBytesBot/ | Experience the fifteen years of LibrePlanet celebration firsthand as a volunteer — Free Software Foundation — Working together for free softwareFeb 26 11:16
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schestowitz[TR]                                    <h5><a href="">Canadian Copyright, Fair Dealing and Education, Part Four: The Disappearance of Course Packs</a></h5>Feb 26 11:24
schestowitz[TR]                                    <blockquote>Feb 26 11:24
schestowitz[TR]                                        <p>The photo that accompanies this post would be unrecognizable to many students today since printed course packs are rarely used. This change is an unsurprising consequence in how materials are acquired and used. As discussed earlier in this series, universities are purchasing fewer print materials, instead focusing on electronic materials that include a permission to use within course materiFeb 26 11:24
schestowitz[TR]als. Simply put, the move digital course management systems has spelled the end of paper course packs and the increased the value of digital licensing models.</p>Feb 26 11:24
schestowitz[TR]                                        <p>This decreased reliance and, in some cases, total abandonment of traditional copying is shown in examples from several universities across the country: [...]</p>Feb 26 11:24
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-TechBytesBot/ | Canadian Copyright, Fair Dealing and Education, Part Four: The Disappearance of Course Packs - Michael GeistFeb 26 11:24
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schestowitz[TR]                                    <h5><a href="">Minneapolis Public Schools tap dances around telling parents and employees what really happened</a> [iophk: Windows TCO]</h5>Feb 26 11:30
schestowitz[TR]                                    <blockquote>Feb 26 11:30
schestowitz[TR]                                        <p>The bar has been lowered. Which bar, you wonder? The bar for how low entities will sink rather than just saying they experienced a ransomware attack.</p>Feb 26 11:30
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schestowitz[TR]                                    <h5><a href="">The economic and social effect of sealed devices</a></h5>Feb 26 11:31
schestowitz[TR]                                    <blockquote>Feb 26 11:31
schestowitz[TR]                                        <p>But I can’t help but thinking the current generation of devices are partly to blame here. If you raise a generation of people on sealed phones and tablets, with components so tiny and inhospitably designed for repair, you discourage people from doing said repairs, which hampers growth in the skills and attitudes that Mr Ion explains above.</p>Feb 26 11:31
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-TechBytesBot/#techbytes-Rubenerd: The economic and social effect of sealed devicesFeb 26 11:31
schestowitz[TR]                                   <li>Feb 26 11:39
schestowitz[TR]                                            <h5><a href="">Here’s How We Broke Into a Bank Account Using an AI-Voice</a></h5>Feb 26 11:39
schestowitz[TR]                                            <blockquote>Feb 26 11:39
schestowitz[TR]                                                <p>Voice verification is supposed to be a convenient and secure way to log into your bank account over the phone. While that may be true for a lot of people, those with a lot of recordings of their voice online now have something else to worry about: hackers using AI-generated voices to break into their accounts.</p>Feb 26 11:39
schestowitz[TR]                                            </blockquote>Feb 26 11:39
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schestowitz[TR]                                        Feb 26 11:39
-TechBytesBot/ | Here’s How We Broke Into a Bank Account Using an AI-VoiceFeb 26 11:39
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schestowitz[TR]                                    <h5><a href="">Why Justin Trudeau is Wrong About Bill C-18 and Google’s Response to Mandated Payments for Links</a></h5>Feb 26 12:31
schestowitz[TR]                                    <blockquote>Feb 26 12:31
schestowitz[TR]                                        <p>Prime Minister Justin Trudeau waded into Bill C-18 and Google removing links to Canadian news articles in search results as part of a test for a small percentage of users yesterday with the quote cited above. At a press conference in Toronto, Trudeau went out of his way to volunteer that he is surprised by Google’s actions, which he thinks is a “terrible mistake.” If Trudeau was surprFeb 26 12:31
schestowitz[TR]ised, then he has not been paying attention, as the possibility of removing links to news articles in search results or social media has been an obvious consequence of a bill that mandates payments for links. But his surprise isn’t what is important or requires comment. What does is that Trudeau’s comments mislead on several critical issues with Bill C-18.</p>Feb 26 12:31
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-TechBytesBot/ | Why Justin Trudeau is Wrong About Bill C-18 and Google’s Response to Mandated Payments for Links - Michael GeistFeb 26 12:31
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schestowitz[TR]# spamFeb 26 12:54
-TechBytesBot/#techbytes-Rethink your Cloud strategy in 2023 | UbuntuFeb 26 12:54
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-TechBytesBot/ | Cybercriminals Are Using ChatGPT to Make Their Jobs Easier TooFeb 26 12:59
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