@edithmair1 Die Google Datenzentren laufen aber schon länger mit 100% erneuerbarer Energie? Nicht, dass ich Quarks nicht glaube, aber es ist schwer nachzuvollziehen woher der CO2 Ausstoß kommt. Bzw. dass z.B. die Knoten und Provider usw. auch Strom brauchen ist nicht verwunderlich, hat mit Google aber nichts zu tun.
@g1comics I think a standatised form like most use is fine, though absolutely yes please add a button for "my address doesn't fit this scheme" with a free text field where adresses are reviewed via APIs like Nominatim or by hand if that fails.
@luka as @hearsepileup said, rights may vary. Almost all NFTs are based on the smart contracts of Etherum. These behave largely like a "normal" contract and you can write (almost) anything into them. The pure minimum is that both parties signed off on the contract. As for legal status it highly depends on the jurisdiction of the countries in which the seller and buyer are located.
@cadxdr For my purposes MP3 is completely fine. I wouldn't even have the money to buy headphones accurate enough for me to notice. So far my ~1500 file archive is 6GB which is fairly small so I keep everything synced via a self hosted Nexycloud. Though that's just convenience, whenever I buy music I tag it with Picard and instead of the cloud I could manually copy it to each of the three devices I hear music on.
That's right: Simon Peyton Jones.
Here's a link: https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/sT_-owjKIbA?feature=oembed&rel=0
Also: If you're going to do research on functional programming or especially Haskell, you're not going to get around Simon Peyton Jones. Literally one third of my citations are from him.
Now as a companion to my thesis I have to do a presentation on it. My supervisor has recommended me a video on how to give a good science talk. Guess whom it's from.
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