Another map from the french telecommunication regulator which shows the internet speeds across the entire country, down to single houses! https://t.co/1bSv8fJ5b4 Pretty neat!



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April 18, 2020 at 02:57AM
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RT @arvidkahl: Genius. They wrote a script to make a PDF look like it’s printed, signed, and then scanned again. Because digital signatures are still not accepted in many places while a signed and scanned printout is. This is hacking bureaucracy. I love it! https://t.co/QcpI09MRz2



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April 12, 2020 at 03:52AM
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Converting an Amazon ebook to epub or PDF, or the annoying world of DRMs

I’m one of those people that like doing whatever they want with the things they buy. I hate when manufacturers or sellers voluntarily add things in your way to stop you from doing what you want. One of those things is DRM, that’s supposed to control how you use the product, and stop you from using it in a way that was not approved by the seller. I purchased a book from Amazon and wasn’t able to use it in my book reading app. So I started googling around, to try and get out of that DRM prison.

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France has an official map of FTTH (optic fiber internet connexion) deployments https://t.co/Y5mSHG1WYl That’s pretty neat. I’m also super jalous, only a minority of the buildings are eligible for FTTH here.



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March 14, 2020 at 04:42AM
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I’ve been playing with https://t.co/MXQGovgnoZ recently. Not the most complete tool but it’s free and pretty fun if you like this kind of things



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March 11, 2020 at 03:41AM
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If you like your Windows 10 but don’t Like Microsoft looking at what you’re doing, this article has very good tips https://t.co/R4RUzTJRqJ #privacy



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March 01, 2020 at 01:43AM
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RT @ryandonsullivan: Last month I canceled a random charge for $4.99 per month from HP called “InstantInk”. Wasn’t sure what it was for. I’ve had it for over a year but had no idea what it did. I just found out what it did https://t.co/lsFLDR5grv



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January 18, 2020 at 07:11AM
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