Another key quote:

> We went the IBM way, and we probably didn't realize it. All that we do today is built for structured teams of thousands of engineers. We prioritize big batch development over individual productivity.

[ Is true hacking dead? What we lost. ]

"today newest languages focus primarily in being able to gobble up millions of lines of code in various modules while making iteration and direct manipulation increasingly inefficient"

"The new IBMs do know very well that lines of code are for the most part worthless, but people and communities aren't, so it's a no brainer to opensource more if in change one gets more people involved in a project, and more engineers hired..."


"Unknown Fund is Going to Invest and Donate $75 Million for the Development of Ideas of Anonymity"


"Researchers found most participants raised few or no suspicions when presented with wrong answers, until the answers were quite wrong.
one positive takeaway from the calculator study is that training is critical if we want to improve people’s cybersecurity practices. This includes training individuals on what to do as online users, how to do it, and why it’s important."


"Mozilla is working on integrating a privacy-focused rival to Google Translate that will enable Firefox users to read pages in different languages without gobbling up data."



An Internet exchange point (IX or IXP) is the physical infrastructure through which Internet service providers (ISPs) and content delivery networks (CDNs) exchange Internet traffic between their networks (autonomous systems).


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