"I want to say that the treatments we have for depression are appalling. They're not very effective. They're extremely costly. They come with innumerable side effects. They're a disaster. But I am so grateful that I live now and not 50 years ago, when there would have been almost nothing to be done. I hope that 50 years hence, people will hear about my treatments and be appalled that anyone endured such primitive science." - https://www.ted.com/talks/andrew_solomon_depression_the_secret_we_share
In response Intermarché teams up with Adobe on a bid for Snapchat #supermaketWars
Last week a song named WAP by Cardi B was released. I noticed some noise around it and as my company name is https://wap.pt/ I decided to investigate... I think I should buy the Urban Dictionary mug:
When I first started playing with algorithmic trading I thought it would be viable to aim at a >5% per day profit and was confused why more people weren't working on it.
Several years later and with much trial and error, actual reasonable/realistic backtesting and many experiments I think that now I have the answer. A strategy that consistent provides over ~0.2% profit per day is pretty much a best case scenario.
I have decided to introduce new plans for Masto.host: https://masto.host/pricing/
This change will only affect new subscribers.
If you are already using the service, nothing will change, same pricing and conditions will continue to apply.
I offer some details about the change here: https://masto.host/new-2020-plans-for-masto-host/ but do contact me if you have any questions.
Today OVH disabled Keystone (OpenStack Identity Service) API v2.0 and requires all endpoints to now use v3.
As the OVH instructions to access Swift via CyberDuck with Keystone v3 were incorrect, I have made a post with the correct settings: https://www.hugogameiro.com/cyberduck-with-ovh-swift-v3/
Also, made one for Transmit: https://www.hugogameiro.com/transmit-with-ovh-openstack-swift-v3/
Currently in Mastodon development testing there is this new message being displayed when you load a remote profile.
This simple message is a welcome addition. I had to explain this so many times to new people and even regular users don't know/remember (myself included, I keep forgetting this) that remote profiles are rarely complete.