Since PBF, Gurewitch has shifted his focus to film and TV, and he published a Kickstarter book called Notes on a Case of Melancholia, Or: A Little Death that pays homage to Edward Gorey. The book and commissions promised to backers as rewards were delayed by a few years, due to the painstaking nature of making each page from individual scratchboards. (The documentary Notes on a Case of Nicholas Gurewitch, below, gives a good glimpse into why it took so long.) I spoke to Gurewitch about the Kickstarter process, how success can be like addiction, and the changing nature of webcomics in the age of Instagram. … [Read more...] about Perry Bible Fellowship’s Nicholas Gurewitch on making comics for the internet’s golden age
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So far, Comcast has provided IPv6 connectivity only to Windows Vista/7 and OS X 10.7 users who connect their computer directly to a DOCSIS 3 cable modem. But they're now also going to delegate an entire range of IPv6 addresses to IPv6-capable home routers, which can then hand out these addresses on their LAN ports and over Wi-Fi. And IPv6-support is even coming to selected DOCSIS 2 modems. Both cable operators will be giving out /64 prefixes, which is the size used on a single subnet. In other words: you can't daisy chain home routers or have separate IPv6 home and office networks separated by a router or firewall. The rationale for this decision is that some home routers may be confused by a larger address block, and current ones have no use for such a bigger block, anyway. But bigger address blocks may be given out at some point in the future. … [Read more...] about With World IPv6 Launch, IPv6 on by default will be the new normal
IoT security: Five things to change to make your smart devices really secureFoldable phones: Why you should wait for a folding 5G Apple iPhoneFour lessons from PwC's digital transformation, workforce upskilling effortsEnd-to-end encryption means Huawei bans are about availability, not interceptionThe end of Windows 7 is the real end of the PC eraThese five tech trends will dominate 2020These six enterprise tech trends defined 2019ZDNet's top enterprise CEOs of the 2010s2020 is when cybersecurity gets even weirder, so get readyCan you trust Google to keep your WiFi running until 2030?Mulesoft aims to make data integration "plug and play" and APIs easier to create for non-developersSalesforce plays multicloud game with Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud as AWS contract likely up for renewalAndroid ecosystem is not ready for adolescent Pixel 4 … [Read more...] about Tech-augmented democracy is about to get harder in this half-baked world
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra OnePlus 7T Pro Operating system Android 10One UI 2.0 Android 10OxygenOS 10.3 Display 6.9-inch 120Hz Dynamic AMOLED 3200x1440 (20:9), HDR10+Gorilla Glass 6 6.67-inch 90Hz Fluid AMOLED3120x1440 (19.5:9), HDR10+Gorilla Glass 6 Chipset Snapdragon 8651 x 2.84GHz A773 x 2.42GHz A774 x 1.80GHz A557nm Snapdragon 855+1 x 2.96GHz Kryo 4853 x 2.42GHz Kryo 4854 x 1.78GHz Kryo 485Adreno 6407nm RAM 12GB/16GB LPDDR5 8GB/12GB LPDDR4X Storage 128GB/512GB UFS3.0 128GB/256GB UFS3.0 MicroSD slot Yes No Rear camera 1 108MP, f/1.80.8um, OISDual Pixel PDAF 48MP, f/1.60.8um, OISDual Pixel PDAF Rear camera 2 48MP, f/3.5 OIS, telephoto10x optical/100x hybrid zoom 8MP, f/2.4OIS, telephoto2x optical zoom Rear camera 3 12MP, f/2.21.4um, wide-angle 16MP, f/2.0wide-angle, 117° FoV Rear camera 4 ToF sensor No Front camera 40MP, f/2.2Autofocus, 4K video 16MP, f/2.01080p video Connectivity 5G NSA, Sub-6/mmWaveWi-Fi ax 4x4 MIMO, Bluetooth 5.0AptX HD, LDAC, NFC, … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra vs. OnePlus 7T Pro: Which should you buy?