‘an antagonistic GSM base station [disguised] in the form of an innocuous office printer. It brings the covert design practice of disguising cellular infrastructure as other things – like trees and lamp-posts – indoors, while mimicking technology used by police and intelligence agencies to surveil mobile phone users.’
wow, Docker Swarm looks like a turkey right now if performance is important. Only “host” gives reasonably perf numbers
Subreddit devoted to becoming a software developer in Ireland, with a decent wiki
In short, the answer to the question “is this what it would look like if I was there?” is almost always no, but that is true of every photograph. The photos taken from space cameras are no more fake or false than the photos taken from any camera. Like all photos they are a visual interpretation using color to display data. Most space photos have information online about how they were created, what filters were used, and all kinds of interesting details about processing. The discussion about whether a space photo is real or fake is meaningless. There’s no distinction between photoshopped and not. It’s a nuanced view but the nature of the situation demands it.
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