Lovely quote… > The process – care > Decision trees suggest linear ways of working where one thing follows from and after the other. However, in

Lovely quote…

> The process – care

> Decision trees suggest linear ways of working where one thing follows from and after the other. However, in many practices, care practices included, time is not an arrow and entities are not brought into being just once, but keep on changing. Rather than fitting fantasies of control, such processes depend on endless tinkering. Such tinkering, if done well, is care.

Now looking into #OPDS to create my own private library of ebooks. Some links for later reference: https://github.com/seblucas/cops/wiki https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?p=908154#p908154

Now looking into to create my own private library of ebooks.
Some links for later reference:
https://github.com/seblucas/cops/wiki
https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?p=908154#p908154

OSMC on Raspberry Pi 2 with some extra’s (VNC)

In installed #OSMC on my 2.

It works like a charm, but as I do not always want to turn on the projector to play with it (costs so much energy) I installed a VNC server. OSMC does not have X installed, so tightvncserver did not work.

On the OSMC forum I found a working solution.

First I used this from :
https://github.com/patrikolausson/dispmanx_vnc

Then I made sure starts on boot with the help of this :
https://discourse.osmc.tv/t/howto-install-a-vnc-server-on-raspberry-pi-under-osmc-alpha-4/1517

I moved from WordPress to Known! Known allows for more casual posting as you can post straight from the front-end of the website. Also it allows

I moved from WordPress to Known!
Known allows for more casual posting as you can post straight from the front-end of the website. Also it allows for tight integration with Twitter. If I configured correctly, this post will also appear on my twitter timeline and any reactions there will be pulled back into my Known Site.

If so, I can from now on 'tweet' from my blog.

How iOS9 will change the Ad market. For good.

We feel cheated and rightly so. As users, we understand that we’re not really entitled to free browsing; we pay our bills with our selves: When The Product Is Free, We Are the Product. The problem is that we feel betrayed when we find out we’ve been overpaying. We’re being exploited — and it’s not even done nicely. (Apply your favorite metaphor, here.)Losing trust is bad for the bottom line – no economy can function well without it. When you lose the consumer’s trust, you’re condemned to a chase for the next wave of suckers. Even sites that get us to pay for access to their content play questionable advertising and tracking games.Publishers who rise to condemn new (and still unproven) ad-blocking features on iOS and OS X ought to ask themselves one question: Who needs whom the most?

Source: What The Ad Blocker Debate Reveals | Monday Note

Iraanse blogger: voor dit internet ging ik niet zes jaar de gevangenis in

De Iraanse blogger Hossein Derakhshan zat zes jaar in de Iraanse gevangenis, vanwege dat rijke, afwisselende internet, waarvan hij veel hield. Maar dat internet bestaat niet meer, ontdekte hij na zijn vrijlating. “Het huidige web is slechts entertainment.”

Source: Iraanse blogger: voor dit internet ging ik niet zes jaar de gevangenis in