Recovering Our Lost Free Will Online: Tools and Techniques That Are Available Now
via -> @jgoerzen
The distant legacy of terminal emulators
pretty amazing timing, my linode server seems to be down for the first time ever and I can't get into my account because it's trying to email me a login code. oh boy.
“…One might say a DKIM signature is in a similar moral space as the “super cookies” that some providers put into web connections. It is a tracking thing that is put without the user’s consent into their email that can be used for identification later without their knowledge. Worse, it’s not merely a cookie that’s a constant, it’s a content-specific digital signature. Shock horror.” —Jon Callas, one of the original authors of the DKIM RFC
and that is gcc with -O0!
anyone run an email server off a node at home? why not?
wondering why I pay for a VPS for http://jb55.com, I have a static IP and server at home... I might do this actually. less external dependencies.
Procedurally generated levels, turn based gameplay, permadeath.
If the user would enter it for an inoculated virus, perhaps this is worth the risk of them entering it into a computer in the first place before their money is stolen by a real one.
nix fixes this by allowing you to cache your deps in distributed binary substitutes instead of relying on external package repos. although I could probably cache my deps in circleci somehow. pulling down your deps from the internet for each push is fragile af.
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