Just got locked out of Twitter ... again ... because of this tweet, and so was @exiledsurfer for giving me a heads up on the article.
You can't make this up.
#Facebook says attackers stole details from 29 million users https://www.reuters.com/article/us-facebook-cyber/facebook-says-attackers-stole-details-from-29-million-users-idUSKCN1MM297?feedType=RSS&feedName=topNews
I'm so old I remember when rappers had to catch a train.
TFW that dude holding the joint starts telling a story.
Me losing it when my favourite song gets fiddled in the club
You Won't Believe How These five Ex-Googlers Are Disrupting Banana Stands With Blockchain
Most designers suck at designing for software. They’re too used to presenting things in a beautiful way, hiding controls and emphasizing each “thing” as if they were works of art. Software however is mostly about sifting through junk.
They’re still too rooted in print design ideas where content was curated.
you, a fool: just migrated off your 19th instance this month because a leaked Slack message outed your admin as a Bosnian war criminal
me, enlightened: never left my first instance because I’m incredibly lazy
Leaked Transcript Contradicts Google’s Official Story on China
(submitted by jbegley)
twitter: WE'RE ALL GONNA FUCKING DIE!!!!!!!!!! AAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHH!!!!!!!
mastodon: calmly discussing how best to steal electronics from wal-mart
Writing something that suddenly gets crazy popular on the fediverse and knowing there isn’t any algorithms trying to make it keep growing is extra exciting. It grows only organically.
The little known secret of using Mastodon: it tells you to choose an instance but you're actually choosing your admin(s).
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did anyone have a go yet at alphanumeric shellcode for #riscv?
it doesn't look very promising (no memory store instructions !):
so i spent today writing a piece laying out how to write terminal apps without ncurses (and, more importantly, how to write the library that will kill ncurses for good)
this is the result of years of experience delving into dark corners of ANSI specifications, terminfo files, and hoary manpages. this is knowledge that i’ve never seen collected in one place before. please use it, i beg you.
OH: "ONE HUNNERD PURCENT!? That is a lot."