Five deleted Friday links

Imagine if you had a feature on your computer that could automatically delete something after – let’s say – 30 days. Yes, I have a hard time just finding some concrete examples. Um, maybe emails in the inbox. All emails there should disappear into thin air after 30 days.

It could also be posts on social media: all posts that have not received a minimum of 10 likes must be automatically deleted after 30 days. Or photos on Instagram: if a post has not achieved a minimum of 20 likes, the photo must be removed from the medium after 30 days.

It could also be in reality: if Brugsen has not sold a certain type of beer within the last 30 days, the type of beer in question must be automatically removed from the shelves. Or at the restaurant: if a waiter has not been tipped within the last 30 days, he must be fired.

Automatically deleted text messages – haha

Or on the phone: if no one has called you within the last 30 days, discard the phone. Or you need to replace the number with a new one. It could also be about your text messages: all messages without exception must be deleted automatically after 30 days. Then it has been cleaned up so nicely.

Arh, the last example is a little gakgak. Imagine having a phone that automatically interrupts text messages that are over 30 days old without interruption or influence. Both text messages that you have received and that you have sent. I know my imagination is running away with me, but now imagine if that was reality.

The example of the waiter or the beer in Brugsen could easily be done. It is, after all, within the real worldview. But the example of the self-defeating text messages is too far out. In other words, it is an example that you should ignore. That sounds crazy.

Imagine that Kasper Hjulmand’s text messages to Kasper Smeichel were suddenly off the phone. Or Mette’s messages to the department head were suddenly missing. Piste away. Gone. Hard to recreate. Pardon. My imagination completely ran out.

It’s Friday and we’ll have to look at Friday’s links. Today it should be about a free office suite, free tools for pdf files, Patina, the mink commission and website speeds. How fast or slow is your website? Check the speed here. Krummedige in our forum brought this golden link. Here you can work seriously with pdf files. Thanks for the tip. Another forum member – Affi – tipped us about this free Office suite. Thank you, Affi. This commission is investigating the case of the killed mink in Denmark. Right now it is probably a text message or two that is being searched for. Definitely one of Denmark’s best live bands. And then from Svendborg.

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