Such a cool way to explain logic gates.
I know this is likely video effects of some sort.. but this is slightly terrifying with a touch of humor. If robots turn on humans.. this seems like legit way for it to start.
ProtonMail Version 4.0 is now in open beta! The new version totally redesigned, laying the foundation for the future of ProtonMail. Log in to your account at beta.protonmail.com to try it now. https://protonmail.com/blog/v4-beta-announcement/
If you are using our snap install to power your workspace you might be interested in enabling auto backups before the upcoming auto update to 2.0. More info can be found here - https://forums.rocket.chat/t/snap-news-rocket-chat-2-1/4890
Every once in a while YouTube recommends something interesting and unexpected: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=efs3QRr8LWw
(Only found a handful of his guests interesting so never subscribed)
An Illustrated Guide to OAuth and OpenID Connect
We're trying to defend #FOSS from patent trolls. Please help us: https://www.gnome.org/news/2019/10/gnome-files-defense-against-patent-troll/
Mastodon ux gripe
Not being able to boost + comment feels so weird here. Because seems only right to preserve credit for who initially posted while sharing the content with comment with your own audience.
https://github.com/tootsuite/mastodon/issues/309 I get the reasons.. but feels super lacking
This still baffles me how disconnected from reality law makers are. Copyright trolls would have a field day with this.
"This talk explores the computing systems of Voyager
- the systems which enable remote control of the spacecraft, and provide for the recording and return of data to Earth. These systems have proved to be both adaptable, durable, and resilient in support of a scientific undertaking now in it's fifth decade."
"Uptime 15,364 days - The Computers of Voyager" by Aaron Cummings
Continuing with the NASA technology exploration stumbled back across their software list: https://software.nasa.gov/ surprised again at how much is open source
Wow... kind of hard to believe
Today it was announced that Yahoo! Groups is shutting down, and taking with it a piece of critical national infrastructure: the Oftel Yahoo Group which is used for managing UK phone number assignments.
Yes, really: See Ofcom's website https://www.ofcom.org.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0027/56646/simwood.pdf
"Request smuggling between Amazon ALBs and #golang net/http"
Nice writeup on the security issue that prompted the 1.13.1/1.12.10 releases.
Always interesting to read about early days of internet. https://www.bbc.com/news/business-49842681
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