1/4 Mile World Record
Tesla Model S Plain 9.08 sec 1/4 Mile finishing at 154.1 mph.
Note that this is a stripped down version. Probably all excess seats and other parts were removed to reduce weight, so it is no longer a standard production Model S Plaid.
@ayespy said in Vivaldi Should be FOSS? (Again):
Vivaldi had access to none of these.
What? Tetzchner was a former CEO of Opera. Almost everyone in browser industry and even casual ones know him.
So, it went after its niche in the market, which it always intended to do.
The "market" in this case is basically disgruntled Opera users who wanted to get back the look and feel of their old browser. And considering their active user bases now, it seems very few people actually missed those features. But, I have no problems with that. However, this has nothing to do with the original argument that going FOSS would affect Vivaldi in any way except perhaps improve the software quality, create a rich ecosystem of Vivaldi-specific plugins and improve security. All of these must be terrible.
@pesala said in Cryptos:
[T]he hidden cost of bitcoin transactions is the burning of more coal at worst, or the waste of clean energy at best.
No, the creation of more clean energy at best!
Think about it. If everyone stopped eating chicken (and chicken eggs) tomorrow, would there be more chickens in the world? No, because farmers would just stop raising chickens. So the consumption of chicken means more chickens, not less.
@donovanbullins , Download stock videos, starting at € 19? Even in YT premium I get cheaper and with more offer. For this money I go to the store and buy the CD.
The only reason to use Stock Videos is to use them in commercial and or public projects.
For a normal user it is meaningless.
I use Lemmy, descentralized, fedarate social network (open source). currently the best I know and a great alternative for Discort, Reddit and others. Nice users, most tech geeks.
Maybe also a alternative for Vivaldi's own instance.
SpaceX is not the one to be as much devoted to rocket building, but in the case of SpaceX which is aiming to build a spacecraft for interstellar flight, some companies are producing rockets to collect data on the ambient conditions https://www.skyrora.com/skylark-nano.
@GenieTalk , "inteligent"chatbot don't exist for public access, but you can create your own chatbot with some you can use for free, but apart of some basics, they need that you add the vocabolary and concepts which you need for its function.
And some more, but paid soft, more for enterprise use, and some online bots, free but not very helpful.
@Claptonfan @Pesala To add to the confusion... There was a standalone version of M2 created by Opera way back. It did not seem to get off the ground as the browser version was more popular and efficient.
The browser version of M2 also got great reviews in the Tech press at the time.
Regarding Mail and Webmail for Vivaldi, I'm totally confused.
Autonomous Electric Tractors
This Tractor Could Change Farming Forever
This is very good news for farmers and for reducing emissions. Who wants to spend the whole day in a noisy machine driving back and forth all day? Save money on fuel, save money on the driver's wages, and be independent from diesel deliveries and pricing.
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As @ChTBonerd has said, this is probably not the best place to ask this particular question, this being a forum for one particular web browser.
You've failed to include the Make & Model of the router, a valuable asset in ascertaining the steps required to block the IP range. I think you may also need to determine the port you wish to block the IP address from accessing.
Share the details of the router and it's likely you'll receive better results.
@trose0928 You can only assign default browser from among those browsers that have been installed. iOS will not permit Vivaldi to be installed, because it is not built on the Apple/WebKit engine, the only engine they allow on their platform. So you can't select it, because it's not there. It's not there, because Apple excludes it.
That said, Vivaldi has plans to build (from scratch) an Apple/WebKit browser at some point in the future. It's just no possible yet.