aaand code runs
guess which all-powerful tech monopoly is breaking ublock origin (and umatrix, and likely many other similar add-ons, such as noscript) in their browser, which happens to be the most popular browser in the world?
who could have foreseen this? who would ever think that an advertising company's web browser would end up breaking compatibility with an ad blocker? frankly i'm shocked
that moment when you're happy about execution errors, because that way you see that what you did actually has got an impact on the code
@sophia I love your posts ❤️
Major security issue for Apple Users
FaceTime currently has a bug that allows the caller to immediately listen to audio on the other person's phone even if they don't answer, and even pipe another person in if they want. This still works even if the recipient hits "ignore" via the screen or power button.
Until this is patched you should DISABLED FACETIME completely. https://gizmodo.com/disable-facetime-right-now-1832142571
Think about how many times in a day on the Web you click “I agree” when you really don’t agree just so you can get on with your day and use an everyday thing.
This is not how consent is supposed to work.
sharing this one from #twitter:
it's about #7zip making some horrible mistakes in their #crypto. I don't understand enough of it to comment more thoroughly, but I understand enough that it's horrible.
don't use 7zip with a password, it's too easily crackable
As this blood moon is occurring, here's something to consider. The Moon is 1.3 light seconds away from Earth. That means, if you shine a laser pointer at a mirror on the moon's surface, it will take 2.6 seconds before you see the laser pointer back.
All of the planets of the solar system can fit, to scale, end to end, between the Earth and the moon. It took the Apollo astronauts 3 days to get to the moon--flying at 7 miles per second.
good job, #linkedIn
baby is still sleeping and both my partners are out already, so I'm stuck with sitting around watching old Doctor Who episodes, or working. I'm working.
Hi all! I'm a trans woman and PhD student in linguistics at Stanford working on a project about voice feminization, one that I think might make a big splash. If you have feminized your voice, I would love to speak with you about the possibility of participating! You can reach me here or at email@example.com. Thanks!
software developer, FLOSS/Linux enthusiast.
likes python3, arch linux and ice cream.
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