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How to Install Multiple Linux Distributions on One USB

Awesome stuff

This tutorial shows you how to install multiple Linux distributions on one USB. This way, you can enjoy more than one live Linux distros on a single USB key.

Source: How to Install Multiple Linux Distributions on One USB


Learn Blockchains by Building One – Hacker Noon

Amazing article on blockchain programming

The fastest way to learn how Blockchains work is to build one

Source: Learn Blockchains by Building One – Hacker Noon

Mastering Python Web Scraping: Get Your Data Back – Hacker Noon

Lovely Article on web scraping with python

Do you ever find yourself in a situation where you need to get information out of a website that conveniently doesn’t have an export option…

Source: Mastering Python Web Scraping: Get Your Data Back – Hacker Noon

Hydra – Bad Words – Medium

The Hidden Cause of a Fracturing World

Source: Hydra – Bad Words – Medium

No nationality, no religion — Medium

The complicated, liberating metadata of my future children

Source: No nationality, no religion — Medium

Bigotry Devours its Own | Defend the Modern World

Source: Bigotry Devours its Own | Defend the Modern World

The Police Are Not Animals*



asylum the scream

Ruben Andersson is an anthropologist at LSE’s Civil Society and Human Security Research Unit, and the  author of Illegality, Inc: Clandestine migration and the business of bordering Europe. He recently published a post on the LSE politics blog which described how immigration border fences feed the very problem they supposedly address. I am delighted to be able to republish it on Pandaemonium.

Ruben Andersson
It is time to unfence our view of migration

Migration panic is upon Calais yet again. Amid desperate and determined attempts by refugees and migrants to clamber over fences or scramble to reach UK-bound ferries, the media have over the past month painted a picture of yet another impending invasion. Police have launched crackdowns; far-right extremists have massed on the city; and French politicians have lobbied hard for a stronger British involvement in controls. In response to the chaos, the UK first offered to…

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