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In-reply-to > Google Lets Personal Users Stay On 'No-Cost Legacy G Suite' With Custom Gmail Domain Back in April, Google delayed when G Suite legacy free-edition users had to start paying for Workspace. The company will now let you stay on a "Free Legacy Edition of G Suite for personal use" as the "no-cost" alternative in a rather notable policy change. 9to5Google reports: This "no-cost" option is for peop ... ⌘ Read more

@slashdot@feeds.twtxt.net Wow! 😳 Kudos to Google for listening to its users and community and not screwing us over πŸ˜‚


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In-reply-to > Almost all searches on my independent search engine are now from SEO spam bots Article URL: https://blog.searchmysite.net/posts/almost-all-searches-on-my-independent-search-engine-are-now-from-seo-spam-bots/

@hacker-news-newest@feeds.twtxt.net Hmmmm

Conclusion: Is there anybody out there?

I’m not one for conspiracy theories, but it’s hard not to think that there is some truth to The Dead Internet Theory, i.e. the belief that the Internet is now empty and devoid of real people, and that everything is just bots talking to bots to generate content and clicks in order to get a share of the all-important and ever-growing advertising revenue5.


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In-reply-to > European Parliament votes for Free Software in AI resolution – This position must now be included in the AI regulation

@marado@twtxt.net GPT-3 summarizes this as:

The European Parliament has passed a resolution on Artificial Intelligence with a majority of 495 votes in favor, 34 against, and 102 abstentions. The resolution includes many references to the advantages of Free Software and the FSFE is urging the Parliament to transfer its own position into the AI regulation.

Is this accurate? Is there a bit more to this? πŸ€”


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In-reply-to > http://listogram.glitch.me/ css columns wouldn't work because avoid-break: column is really treated more as a suggestion ... anyway you can see exactly where i gave up lol

I don’t get it πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ


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In-reply-to > Facing High Demand, Texas Asks 26 Million to Use Less Electricity This Weekend Friday a heat wave hit Texas β€” prompting the non-profit that manages power for Texas's 26 million customers to...ask them to use less of it.

@slashdot@feeds.twtxt.net isn’t that like asking those same 26 million people to breathe out less carbon dioxide? πŸ€”πŸ˜† we do a fairly similar thing here in Brisbane Australia where when I damage dry out we go on water restrictions and your sepically not allowed to do things like water your garden or what you are on. I suppose Texas could and act a similar requirement and restriction and restrict the use of air conditioners? πŸ€”


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