all good things come from
• having open, well specified formats/standards/protocols with multiple different implementations
• for each system, picking one implementation of each format/protocol/idea (one event loop library, one UI toolkit, one Markdown parser, one logging framework) and consistently using it throughout all the components that make up the system
Google AMP. A copy of your website on Google servers.
Now Google is testing hiding URLs.
Google is trying to swallow the internet.
Obst/Gemüse 15 €: Wer's sich leisten kann!
Fast Food 15 €: Muss drin sein!
Fairtrade-Kaffee 6 €: Warum ich?!
Alkohol 6 €: Warum nicht?
Fortbildung 800 €: Ob sich das lohnt?
Handy 800 €: Top Investition!
Sport 1 h: Keine Zeit.
Netflix 1 h: Noch ne Folge!
Getting my #coffee from a local roastery and using an espresso cooker was the best decision of the week. It's just fantastic.
Stuxnet Returns, Striking Iran with New Variant | InfoSecurity
I love when people get out of Libre software bigotry and push for the better, allowing their peers not to be perfect.
Libre software is important, but it is a mean to free people, not an end in itself
Time to update: Tor Browser 9.0, based on Firefox 68 ESR, is out now.
In addition to the needed patch rebasing and toolchain updates, we made big improvements to make Tor Browser work better for you.
Tor Browser is now available in 27 different languages -- including newly added Macedonian and Romanian.
"The sky above the port was the color of television, tuned to a dead channel" - William Gibson
foss, dev, infosec, privacy, scifi, simplicity, digital utopianism & neon stuff
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