- Kryptonite - the new home for your SSH private key. - I have this feeling that it's not an improvement of security. It's a convenience, therefore...
- evilsocket/opensnitch - One to watch?
- Fix your crappy ads and I'll stop blocking them - The author closes the browser tab. I go a bit further and inject code into my browser that highlights (in yellow) any link to the site, warning me that they have crappy ads. In short, I don't block the ads, I avoid the site altogether.
- Forensics - TeamViewer file extraction
- Thousands of Veterans Want to Learn to Code But Can't
- Avoid these 35 habits that lead to unmaintainable code
- Why Don't People Return Their Shopping Carts? - This is one of my peeves. We have strong winds here and my cars have had more than one scratch from these wheeled missiles.
- The hijacking flaw that lurked in Intel chips is worse than anyone thought
- WuTheFWasThat/vimflowy - This can also be used as typing practice for new Vi/Vim users.
- New device can harvest indoor light to power electronics
- Announcing SyntaxNet: The World's Most Accurate Parser Goes Open Source
- The Discipline of Chaos Engineering - Not only is it a good idea to know what "normal" looks like, you should be familiar with what "abnormal" looks like...
- Maintainers make the world go round
- Google releases DIY open source Raspberry Pi 'Voice Kit' hardware -- here's how to get it
- IPv6 as a metadata store
- “Google Is as Close to a Natural Monopoly as the Bell System Was in 1956″ - Complete and utter BS from another self-promoting armchair critic. Big != monopoly. He's also ignorant if he thinks that musicians don't make their primary income from touring.
- Lasp: a little further down the Erlang rabbithole. This is not a Monad tutorial
- SQL Notebook
- Exploiting the Linux kernel via packet sockets
- Get started Learning Music (Beta)
- Beware of Transparent Pixels
- dns-violations - Given the ways DNS has been "adapted" to support miscellaneous non-DNS services, I'm not sure that this is worth the time being put into it.
- Standing Up to a Dangerous New Breed of Patent Troll
- When Bash Scripts Bite
- Your Brain Can Only Take So Much Focus - Yeah, but it's like a muscle. With practice, you can focus longer. (Warning: Crappy ad website. Vertical reading area =~ 50% of browser.)
- Don't use Hadoop - your data isn't that big
- US politicians think companies should be allowed to 'hack back' after WannaCry - If this becomes law, I'll attempt to corner the market on popcorn.
- MicroPython running "bare metal" in the browser via unicorn.js
- The Magic of XOR
- Little Things I Like to Do with Git
- Repurposing Thin Clients
- A brief history of IPv4 address space exhaustion
- 1922: Why I Quit Being So Accommodating
- Dirty COW and why lying is bad even if you are the Linux kernel
- (Important: the reach of a patent) IMPRESSION PRODUCTS INC. v. LEXMARK INT'L INC.
- Overview of top cryptocurrencies
- Pipes - Watching this one. I miss Yahoo Pipes.
- Computer science students should learn to cheat not be punished for it - Uh. No. Doing so defeats the purpose of learning how to do something (which is why the school is there). In the long run, someone will be sued for misappropriating someone else's code.
- Older Adults Learning Computer Programming: Motivations, Frustrations, and Design Opportunities
- MySQL 8.0: Retiring Support for the Query Cache
- oss-security - Qualys Security Advisory
- Writing a Unix Shell - Part I
- Remaining Trouble Spots with Computational Thinking
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