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roses are red
violets are blue
in surveillance capitalism
poem reads you

and shows you ads
for flower shops
and tracks your clicks
and never stops

it cares not about
if privacy's harmed
the money is green
when people are farmed

twitter is cyan
facebook is blue
your friends are the product
and so are you

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Très chouette cette petite application pour identifier les oiseaux : #BirdNET 🐦

"BirdNET est une plateforme de science citoyenne ainsi qu'un logiciel d'analyse pour de très grandes collections d'audio. elle vise à fournir des outils innovants aux défenseurs de l'environnement, aux biologistes et aux ornithologues."

🕸️
birdnet.cornell.edu/

:github_:
github.com/kahst/BirdNET-Analy

Et zéro pisteurs sur #Exodus :
reports.exodus-privacy.eu.org/

#faune

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Habe vergessen, wer mir die App "bird.net" empfohlen hat. Das funktioniert ähnlich wie die App "Flora incognita", wie es sie zur Bestimmung für Pflanzen gibt. Nur halt mit Vogelstimmen. DANKE DAFÜR!

On the smallest radios, the brand is basically the only space left to affix a label without impairing some function and the result does not change the aesthetics of the radio if that is important for you.

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Just a quick hack.

Most hand terminals have a brand label which is about 6mm wide. It just so happens that small labelling machine from Brother or Dymo can use a ribbon of the same width and that black ribbons with white text are available. That makes it easy to cover the brand with one's call sign, for example to recognize one's radio during meetups or field days.

(I hope this ends up in the channel, I don't see a direct way to post there)
I am a French radio-amateur living in Germany (hence the DL call sign) and, obviously, I had to join an instance called ".radio". I am more interested by the technical side of radio than by talking into the mike or participating in contests.

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