[-] wahming@monyet.cc 14 points 3 hours ago

What's gab?

[-] wahming@monyet.cc 15 points 10 hours ago

More like capitalism is hitting hard

[-] wahming@monyet.cc 26 points 12 hours ago

Though she was convinced she was helping the Canadian government with its investigation, her husband and friends said something didn't seem right, adding she was likely getting scammed.

She was warned, and still went ahead with it anyway without doing the slightest bit of verification. This feels like the finance version of a Darwin Award

[-] wahming@monyet.cc 4 points 20 hours ago
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Yeah, China's also behind all the postmasters who were knowingly charged with theft for software bugs. Damn them Chinese!

Edit: Shame on me for thinking this was sufficiently blatant sarcasm

[-] wahming@monyet.cc 1 points 1 day ago* (last edited 1 day ago)

Yeah, mostly because they've got no more births to reduce lol. Keep in mind these are the worst countries in Asia, though. There's still plenty that have decent birth rates (for now)

[-] wahming@monyet.cc 3 points 1 day ago

If it helps, I'm not one either. But I've spent time in Vietnam and I'm not sure which aspect of their society would be described as communism

[-] wahming@monyet.cc 3 points 1 day ago

Uh what. Source on that please?

[-] wahming@monyet.cc 4 points 1 day ago

I'm not sure they ascribe to any communist practices outside of their party name...

[-] wahming@monyet.cc 4 points 1 day ago

Yeah it's a bit of a hyperbole, but the rate is what's important. By the time we hit worldwide negative growth rates (which is projected to happen this century), it's going to be way too late to have a discussion about whether or not that's a good thing.

[-] wahming@monyet.cc 6 points 1 day ago

They were trying to use AI to sort out submissions by genre, length, etc. Just grunt work. This should in theory be a perfect use case of AI. Seems like an overreaction.

[-] wahming@monyet.cc 31 points 2 days ago

I'm not seeing the issue here

submitted 5 months ago by wahming@monyet.cc to c/futurology

NASA is elevating its digital platforms for the benefit of all by revamping its flagship and science websites, adding its first on-demand streaming service, and upgrading the NASA app. With these changes, everyone will have access to a new world of content from the space agency.

NASA is elevating its digital platforms for the benefit of all by revamping its flagship and science websites, adding its first on-demand streaming service, and upgrading the NASA app. With these changes, everyone will have access to a new world of content from the space agency.

“Our vision is to inspire humanity through a unified, world-class NASA web experience,” said Jeff Seaton, chief information officer at the agency’s headquarters in Washington. “NASA’s legacy footprint presents an opportunity to dramatically improve the user experience for the public we serve. Modernizing our main websites from a technology standpoint and streamlining how the public engages with our content online are critical first steps in making our agency’s information more accessible, discoverable, and secure.”

This new web experience will serve as an ever-expanding yet consolidated homebase for information about the agency’s missions and research, climate data, Artemis updates, and more. The updated nasa.gov and science.nasa.gov websites will provide a connected, topic-driven experience, with a common search engine, integrated navigation, and optimized publishing capabilities in a modernized and secure set of web tools. NASA will continue to update and improve the beta site on a rolling-basis as it receives feedback from website visitors. Once fully launched, the online content from a selection of popular agency websites will be included within this new experience to ensure easier, integrated access to NASA information currently found across the agency’s many websites.

Later this year, NASA also will launch its new streaming platform, NASA+., and upgrade the NASA app. Through the ad-free, no cost, and family-friendly streaming service, users will gain access to the agency’s Emmy Award-winning live coverage and views into NASA’s missions through collections of original video series, including a handful of new series launching with the streaming service.

“We’re putting space on demand and at your fingertips with NASA’s new streaming platform,” said Marc Etkind, associate administrator, Office of Communications, NASA Headquarters. “Transforming our digital presence will help us better tell the stories of how NASA explores the unknown in air and space, inspires through discovery, and innovates for the benefit of humanity.”

NASA+ will be available on most major platforms via the NASA App on iOS and Android mobile and tablet devices; streaming media players such as, Roku, Apple TV, and Fire TV; and on the web across desktop and mobile devices. Following the launch of all new digital platforms, NASA will continue to connect additional agency websites and multimedia libraries into this new experience to continually streamline all the information shared across its centers, missions, and programs. With an enhanced digital presence, NASA will share science, research, exploration, and innovation with the world through cohesive platforms.

“From exoplanet research to better understanding Earth’s climate and the influence of the Sun on our planet along with exploration of the solar system, our new science and flagship websites, as well as forthcoming NASA+ videos, showcases our discovery programs in an interdisciplinary and crosscutting way, ultimately building stronger connections with our visitors and viewers,” said Nicky Fox, associate administrator, Science Mission Directorate, NASA Headquarters.

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