Nov. 9th, 2017 | 10:15 pm

"Viņu kādu brīdi māktu šaubas, bet pēc tam viņš izpildītu lūgumu." Iznestu atkritumus "un pasniegtu kā dāvanu": "Es dāvinu tev šo tukšo atkritumu tvertni mūsu mīlestības dēļ..." – "Un beigās pats kļūtu laimīgs": "Es iznesu atkritumus, tā ir laime. Vairāk nesmird." Un sieviete: "Nevar būt, vai tu to izdarīji? Manis dēļ. Tu esi īsts vīrietis, atkritumu iznesējs."

- http://satori.lv/article/viena-kugi-ar-ugi


Oct. 19th, 2017 | 07:21 pm

o, hackers are so sexy. not.

Kopš kura laika notiesāts zaglis tiek aicināts par vadītāju konferencē?



Aug. 22nd, 2017 | 11:10 pm

The company lost 539 million euros last year despite its growth. It pays out more than 80 percent of revenue in royalties to music rights holders and streaming-delivery costs, leaving little margin for investments in technology and new staff.

- https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-08-21/sec-is-said-to-study-spotify-plan-to-bypass-ipo-in-nyse-listing


Jul. 30th, 2017 | 10:06 am

a lack of direction from Wahlforss, who served as chief technology officer, made things worse, with some engineers going rogue and rebuilding their colleagues’ work in their preferred programming language.
- https://www.buzzfeed.com/ryanmac/inside-the-storm-at-soundcloud


Jul. 26th, 2017 | 09:11 am

Take Ambient Chill, which has 406,000 followers and is grouped with other instrumental playlists as “Focus” music. The first song on the playlist is by composer Max Richter. The second is by an unknown band called Deep Watch, which has two songs on Spotify, each with more than a million streams. The first song on Sleep, a playlist of calming, instrumental tracks with 1.5 million followers, is by Enno Aare, a band with three songs on Spotify and no footprint outside of the streaming service. The band Evolution of the Stars has only two songs on Spotify, but both are on the Deep Focus playlist and they have a combined 15 million streams.

A Spotify spokesperson did not respond to questions about these accusations, which, if true, amount to the company misleading listeners by concocting artists who don’t really exist.

- http://www.vulture.com/2017/07/streaming-music-cheat-codes.html


Jul. 24th, 2017 | 09:09 am

someone found out that the admin password was adminadmin and managed to log in using that.

- https://blog.marai.me/2017/07/24/18-year-old-arrested-bkk-tsystems-e-ticket/

Vasaras naktis 2001

Jul. 20th, 2017 | 09:31 pm

Linkin Park - Papercut


Jun. 19th, 2017 | 11:47 am

izrādās, Japānā un vēl pāris Āzijas valstīs ir https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Menstrual_leave

Menstrual leave is controversial because it can be seen as a criticism of women's work efficiency or as sexism.


Jun. 11th, 2017 | 12:11 am


Jun. 9th, 2017 | 09:35 am

“They are the ones who raised us and almost all of them drink heavily. The Lithuanian family is where the father drinks and drinks and leaves the mother to do her best alone”. Her friend, Else Sidorenkarté, 25, nods in agreement. Sitting nearby, Eimantas Uscila, 25, adds: “There are a lot of people here who have problems. I think it’s a good idea”.



May. 28th, 2017 | 06:02 pm


Rekur lietotne, kas var noderēt, lai tiktu vaļā no kabačiem un cukini vasaras beigās 😃.

The main idea is to share to and help other people by e.g. sharing pears, which would rot anyway if unused


Apr. 20th, 2017 | 06:36 pm

Šis ir krīpī vai nē - Facebook spaces.


Apr. 3rd, 2017 | 11:22 am

The baby boy or baby girl name Kritika comes from the Indian word which means, "Well Starred. A star, Hindi name for Pladeus, from the nakshatra Kritika." Hindi word which means, "A special diamond and a girl who starts something new very well.." India word which means, "creative." Sanskrit word which means, "CREATIVE."

Someone also suggested the name is an Sanskrit word which means, "Kritika comes from Kirti or kriti which means raga or song.." Us word which means, "petals of a flower." Sanskit word which means, "a starred."
Numerological Meaning (For Entertainment Purposes Only)
People with this name tend to be very spiritually involved. They are often found lost in thought, philosophizing and can be quite eccentric. They can be quite successful in an analytical field, or as a business owner


Feb. 24th, 2017 | 04:50 pm

I think one of the problems when talking about these issues is the frame of reference. I have lived in the most dangerous part of our town (Linköping) for several years. I come from Latvia where a 'dangerous' part of a town meant that you do not go there because you will be robbed / knifed / shot in broad daylight. It was absolutely not the case with the most dangerous part of Linköping, even though people who had not had a direct experience with the place kept talking about it in the same way as I would talk about a true 'no-go' zone in Latvia. The worst thing that happened to me there was that my bicycle got stolen because I had forgotten to lock it overnight. My kid was playing outside unsupervised every day, I was coming home alone in the middle of night etc. Never had a single unpleasant experience.
- - https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=13723252


Feb. 10th, 2017 | 08:12 pm

How much is the salary and what's the skill level like?

I'm very interested in Eastern European developers, they seem to get shit done and rarely complain.

Is there anything wrong with looking for developers that don't complain?

Total aside: As an Eastern European emigrant, I don't really mind being characterized as hard-working and rarely-complaining. I like to think it's true.

I have never been known for my lack of directness and in given so, I used to work with an Indian developer who was very good at his job. So one day I just flat out asked him, I said Karthick why do a good portion of Indian developers suck, his response floored me.

Without missing a beat he responded, look it's a misaligned incentive system. When I go back to India the first question I am asked is how many people do you manage. If I go on a date, it's the first words out of a fathers mouth.

He went on to tell me that you see Indian has remains of the cast system still culturally in place and this stems from that way of thinking, but it has morphed into changing your cast by moving up the corporate ladder. The fastest way to managing people is IT given it's over representation in the Indian economy. So what you have is a bunch of would be MBA's getting tech degrees so they can do their time and make it to management. They have no passion for technology and look at it as doing their residency for management.

Whenever I tell someone I run my own software business the first question I'm asked is how many employees do I have?

Nobody cares about the revenue of the sites, it's just that if I have more than 10 employees then you're successful. So in India a person making 1 mil / month is less successful than someone who has a company of 10+ employees that is drowning in debt.


Dec. 15th, 2016 | 09:36 pm

btw, nesaistīti ar Yahoo paziņojumu var iet uz haveibeenpwned.com un priecāties, kur vēl konti ir noplūduši.

Es savus e-pastus varu atrast starp
* adobe
* dropbox
* linkedin
* last.fm
* myspace (??)
* tumblr

Jebkurām ilūzijām par datu drošību šajā laikmetā jau sen vajadzētu būt pazaudētām zudušām. Ooo, mums tik vajag vēl e-vēlēšanas un e-veselību, yay.

Kā datori un internets izglāba cilvēci

Nov. 11th, 2016 | 08:58 am

Workforce automation created millions of unemployed people in places far away from economic hubs, with no hope of employment in their hometowns or re-skilling for the new roles, leaving them desperate. Proliferation of mobile apps lead to an explosion in use of social media. The wild popularity of this democratic social media encouraged a culture that allowed misinformation to flourish without a lot of consequences.

Naglis, seksīgi un nodokļi, un lol.

Oct. 28th, 2016 | 06:56 pm