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Liebe Leser, ab jetzt nehmt doch lieber die Treppe ...

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Liebe Leser, ab jetzt nehmt doch lieber die Treppe und nicht den Aufzug. Und ich meine das nicht aus Fitness-Gründen!
Schindler hat mit "Schindler Ahead" eine digitale Plattform für seine Fahrtreppen und Aufzüge vorgestellt, die diese zu intelligenten Maschinen aufwerten soll. Das Unternehmen hat bei der Entwicklung mit dem Mobiltechnikspezialisten Huawei und GE Digital zusammengearbeitet.
GE und Huawei als Technologie-Partner? Klingt wie der Setup zu einem Witz. "Ein Huawei-Ingenieur, ein GE-Ingenieur und ein Bosch-Ingenieur gehen in einen Baumarkt"?

Full Stack Excellence! Ein Leuchtturm unter den Technologieprojekten!!

Fehlt nur noch die Akkutechnologie von Samsung.

Ein besseres "Fahrstuhl-Erlebnis" sollen den Fahrgästen auch interaktive und personalisierte News- und Entertainment-Angebote verschaffen.
Ach so, es geht um Werbe-Flutung! Sagt das doch gleich!

In der Tat. Das ist genau das, was Fahrstühlen im Moment noch fehlt. Dass man da auch noch von Werbung gestresst wird.

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Cthulhux
59 days ago
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Hottest Editors

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Elon Musk finally blocked me from the internal Tesla repository because I wouldn't stop sending pull requests for my code supporting steering via vim keybindings.
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Cthulhux
70 days ago
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ed is the standard text editor.
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copyninja
65 days ago
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I'm still emacs user (slight correction spacemacs)
India
satadru
69 days ago
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2035 — The rising popularity of retrocomputing brings about a vim keybinding mod for ResEdit, written by a CRISPRed kid.
New York, NY
minderella
70 days ago
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Notepad Plus baby!
tingham
70 days ago
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Should I be ashamed more for still listening to Slipknot or that I still use Vim?
Cary, NC
sirshannon
70 days ago
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2010 and 2015 are correct for me.
gmuslera
71 days ago
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Emacs hottest feature was it's demise: climate change is caused by people abusing C-x M-c M-Butterfly https://xkcd.com/378/
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alt_text_bot
71 days ago
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Elon Musk finally blocked me from the internal Tesla repository because I wouldn't stop sending pull requests for my code supporting steering via vim keybindings.
Covarr
71 days ago
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I'm pretty sure 2020's hottest editor will be a minecraft mod that can load plaintext files as in-world signs and then resave them back to plaintext files.
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beowuff
71 days ago
It'll be called mc-vim
duerig
71 days ago
And you'll have to pay McDonalds royalty money to use it... :)
Samuele96
70 days ago
It sound pretty much like atom

Onboarding

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'So we just have a steady flow of metal piling up in our server room? Isn't that a problem?' 'Yeah, you should bring that up at our next bismuth meeting.'
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Cthulhux
97 days ago
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Alternative title: Startups.
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Covarr
97 days ago
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Between simultaneously starring in and directing every Broadway show AND every Disney movie, how does Lin-Manuel Miranda find time for this?
Moses Lake, WA
RAddisonJones
84 days ago
I think you've just dialed in on the root cause of their infrastructure issues. When do you start?
alt_text_bot
97 days ago
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'So we just have a steady flow of metal piling up in our server room? Isn't that a problem?' 'Yeah, you should bring that up at our next bismuth meeting.'

Benutzt hier jemand Debian Full Disk Crypto? Der setzt ...

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Benutzt hier jemand Debian Full Disk Crypto? Der setzt anscheinend immer das Passwort auf "p", egal was man eingegeben hat.
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Cthulhux
142 days ago
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"Linux ist sicher".
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moschlar
142 days ago
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Na da hat der Dicke mal wieder nur die Überschrift gelesen...

#Medienkompetenzübung?
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Bird/Plane/Superman

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You can apply special translucent films to your windows to help keep birds/Superman from accidentally flying into them.
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Cthulhux
143 days ago
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Weren't planes already "working" in the 19th century?
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stefanetal
143 days ago
Wright Brothers are 1903. Even gliders are only 1890s. By 1919 planes go past 30,000 ft. Tech progress was fast when my grandparents were kids. Now we get the iPhone 7.
Cthulhux
143 days ago
1890s are still 19th century, depending on what you call a plane.
stefanetal
143 days ago
Just take a look at a pre-20th century glider. Basically fragile hanggliders flown by maybe low two digit number of people.
Cthulhux
143 days ago
How many passengers are required for a plane to be a plane?
stefanetal
143 days ago
How about not having to run when you land? (i.e. hang glider)
Cthulhux
142 days ago
Why?
stefanetal
142 days ago
Are wing suits planes? In that case, Superman is a plane.
Cthulhux
142 days ago
Superman could even fly naked!
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sjk
135 days ago
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I LOL'ed at "mating behavior often observed by a hidden David Attenborough".

Oh, sure, when I do with birds, I'm a naturalist, but when I do it with people, I'm a perv!
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bibliogrrl
141 days ago
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I mean if you went against an Emu, it could probably take a punch. I wouldn't recommend it, though.
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tingham
142 days ago
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Isn't a plane technically "capable" of releasing poop mid-flight? Did I miss the joke there? Am I the joke there?

I'm totally the joke there aren't I?
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Covarr
142 days ago
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Charges extra for a third carry-on item: all but birds.
Moses Lake, WA
wreichard
142 days ago
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On the penultimate item...isn't "blue ice" by design?
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alt_text_bot
143 days ago
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You can apply special translucent films to your windows to help keep birds/Superman from accidentally flying into them.

Dilbert 2017-01-28

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Cthulhux
144 days ago
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Magic color changing software.
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