I use Xournal++ for all of my teaching.
Silicon based chips are definitely about to hit a plateau. New materials like graphene (and other 2D materials) and topological insulators (insulating bulk with conducting surface states) will pick up, where silicon fails.
Same here in Germany.
Nice status bar.
Is this a celeron silver netbook?
I wonder why they don’t have a LXDE flavor. I used ~2006 era core2duos with some gma950 and 2 gb of ram until a few years ago. The performance of Lubuntu was unparalleled.
I tried it as daily driver on my laptop. I liked the smaller package sizes (musl), apk itself is superb…
That said i switched back to debian. The power consumption was much higher and it lacked some kernel modules i need.
Spent way too much time on this one. Getting everything running was a learning experience.
The article fits pretty well here. The headline wants the reader to believe a lemonade stand can pay for a surgery like this. This neoliberal “you can do anything if you work hard enough” is a real problem, especially when its carried by a statement thats a plain lie.
Articles like this manipulate against healthcare and should be criticised.
I started in my second semester of physics. I used linux since i was ~12, since i couldnt afford windows, but never got into coding/scripting. I was pretty much a casual linux user from 2010-2017.
I did a C/C++ beginner course with some friends and i had a lot of fun. The following semesters i did a lot of advanced courses and learned the command line. Now im about to begin my computational science M.Sc.