I thought about paying for DuoLingo because I can't stand the ads all the time and lack of freedom.
But lately I have been doing a lot on Anki. There's some really great decks in there. I also paired it with Mango which has been great as well. Another one that is great is Beelingual when you want to start doing more reading.
My DuoLingo stopped showing ads a while ago. No idea why.
That company is not going to be around in five years. Good luck finding any upgrades then.
The whole idea is flawed in too many ways to list.
If you want to have your laptop for a number of years, just get one that can actually be opened and have components replaced. A lot of them can - almost everyone I'd say with exceptions such as apple. For example:
I tend to agree with you. My old Lenovo, you know the one I got the same time Dominica won one from SpiceWorld - it was easy to upgrade the SSD or RAM, really the main components one would upgrade.
Yeah, a lot of them are easy because laptops are made out of components anyway.
The biggest waste is things like the monitor - they can generally last 8-12 years, so short of needing an upgrade there, there is nothing wrong with it, yet we are tossing it aside because we want a new processor.
Hmm... Can you still get newer or upgraded VGA monitors?
That was part of the etc 😁😁😁😁
Also I thought GitHub was more for storing scripts and opensource stuff.
It's not generic hosting of websites as you don't have control like you would on a normal webserver.
It's simplified hosting and the github/gitlab pages was initially intended to complement the projects on there. So it would be easy to make a html website from the git repositories, for instance for documentation.
Since you can store any files on gitlab/github you could of course also use the pages for any type of static website.
I have approx. 12.5 hour of driving ahead of me next week. (6hours one way+ driving around the city)
Looking for Audiot Book or Podcast Recommendations to keep me somewhat sane during my time in the car.
Someone recommended “gluten is not your problem “ to me but I’m not really a podcast person so I haven’t listened to more than a few minutes.
sounds like it's about food..
I think there’s more than just food from what I was told but I’d hazard a guess that there’s a lot about food