Apple environmental friendly?

Why Apple Products aren’t as environmentally problematic as many believe. Apple bashing is popular these days. Louis Rossmann, Hugh Jeffreys and others are talking about repair issues on YouTube, Mark Zuckerberg sees Apple as an unfair competitor and Xiaomi mocks Apple for Not Including Charger and then does the same. So in this world where Apple bashing is popular I wanna tell you my opinion. I bought my first new Apple Products this year (primarily caused by the impressive performance of the M1), but I already have used used Apple Devices for a longer period.
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Comparison of Email Hosting Possibilities

I’ve hosted my own Mailserver in various configurations since more than 6 years now. Since then I’ve taken multiple breaks from hosting it myself and explored other solutions for hosting emails with your own domain names. Because my own Mailserver has lately problems (downtimes) I wanna explore other possibilities of hosting my email addresses. So let’s take a look… Self-hosting (VPS, Tools like Mailcow, Mailu, etc) You simply setup a Mailserver with software like Mailcow, Mailu or Mail-in-a-Box on a virtual Server and manage it yourself.
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Fighting the Tinder++ Malware

People who search for love are more vulnerable than happy couples. Especially people who lost their Tinder Account because Tinder has banned them. There is a malware out there which targets exactly this kind of people. If you search for “unban tinder” on Google and or YouTube you find many videos and sites which recommend the “Tinder++” App. Tinder++ aims to bring you free Tinder Gold and unban your Account. People on sites and videos which recommend the App talk that the Tinder ban is only per Device and they found a way to get around this ban.
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Benchmarking Go, Crystal, Python and JavaScript

Benford’s Law After watching a Netflix documentary about Benford’s Law (“connected” Season 1 Episode 4 “Digits”), I got really interested in it because it can help detect fraud in e.g. balance sheets. So I searched my favorite programming languages and detected that there is no npm Package for checking Benford’s Law. Sooo … Long story short: I created nearly identical libraries for doing a Benford’s Law check in JavaScript, Go and Crystal.
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Switching to Hugo

Moving to Hugo I started this blog as my first blog using a static website generator. Back then I used what everyone else was using: Jekyll. But Jekyll has it problems. I don’t use Ruby for anything else and the management of the dependencies / ruby versions / etc of my static blog was too much for me. I blog way more often in german on my other WordPress sites and one of the main reasons is that it is easier and Jekyll wasn’t as easy as I expected.
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