YouTube adjusts and expands its content moderation initiative including limiting the amount of time moderators look at objectionable content and linking Wikipedia content but is this really the best the company can do? Plus France aims its legal sights on Google and Apple over treatment of developers.
Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Roger Chang and Scott Johnson.
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2 thoughts on “DTNS 3239a – Raspberry Pi Day”
I’ve done 3 Raspberry Pi projects. The first and favorite is a replacement for the old-school alarm system dialer. I had a home security system with a dialer that called up to three numbers when the alarm went off. I wanted to get rid of my land line and that was the thing holding me back. Now, the Pi is the modern replacement for that. It emails and texts a list of recipients when the alarm is triggered. I Raspberry Pi seems like overkill for that — the Pi could handle the entire alarm system, but then the project would be too big, and I wouldn’t finish. This project has been running reliably for about 3 years now. It paid for itself in about 3 months of no-more-land-line-bills.
just a note about the contractor insurance thing with being traumatized by looking at horrific images online for companies … did you guys forget about the Mechanical Turk article you guys covered awhile back? https://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2018/01/amazon-mechanical-turk/551192/