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Mac App Notarization and Customer Privacy: https://t.co/Tk0MG34pW5 #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) December 6, 2018
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Proof That iOS Still Hasn’t Gotten Undo Right: https://t.co/l5TaLIxWeM #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) December 6, 2018
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How OmniDiskSweeper Reports Free Space: https://t.co/xjTOFLBcwO #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) December 6, 2018
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iOS and the Hassle of Dropping Your Wi-Fi As You Move Away From Your House: https://t.co/oqZuaW4f7O #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) December 6, 2018
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10 days ago by mjtsai
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Thanks, and loved the story about the Colorado charter school that wanted to set up in a mall w/ marijuana dispensa…
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10 days ago by andriak
iPad Diaries: The Many Setups of the 2018 iPad Pro – MacStories
iPad Diaries is a regular series about using the iPad as a primary computer. You can find more installments here and subscribe to the dedicated RSS feed. One of my favorite aspects of working on the iPad is the flexibility granted by its extensible form factor.
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Je vais aller m'enterrer dans mon jardin. Avec mes chats, mes arbres, mes livres, mes bases de données et ma Trolli…
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10 days ago by Vnoel
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RT : “As a professional courtesy I will refrain from discussing any private matters of my current employer, including th…
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10 days ago by pozorvlak
Wintertime Arctic sea ice growth slows long-term decline: NASA – Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet
New NASA research has found that increases in the rate at which Arctic sea ice grows in the winter may have partially slowed down the decline of the Arctic sea ice cover.
NASA  ilmasto_muuttaa_kaiken  negative_feedback  sea_ice  arctic  climate_feedback 
10 days ago by pelttari
Cor/Loqi, Loqi is like an attention starved angry puppy
Loqi's bio says: "While Loqi considers the decorated Lucian marshal Cor Leonis his self-professed rival, the marshal spares nary a thought for his imperial counterpart."

For some reason I find that more hilarious and adorable than I probably should and had this mental image of Loqi popping up in whatever places to challenge Cor in this grandiose manner, Cor easily beating him and then just brushing him off with: "Go home kid." while Loqi rages at his indifference. ("Notice me! I swear I'm dangerous!") And he keeps coming back again and again.

I'd like to see something built around that but, in the end, Cor actually does finally end up giving him his attention. Only... it might not be the type Loqi was expecting :D.

Bonuses:
+++++ Cor actually making the "attention starved angry puppy" comparison.
++ To support above: smol Loqi. (Someone actually did some math and came to the conclusion that Loqi is about 165.7cm tall. Cor is 191cm. I love it!)

NOTE:
Though I have presented this in a rather humorous way, it doesn't have to be crack and you can add some angst too if you prefer.


Do NOT want: non-con, bathroom stuff, a/b/o, daddy kink
!unfilled  character:cor  character:loqi  pairing:corxloqi  kink:fluff  kink:attention  kink:needy 
10 days ago by ffxvkinkmeme
#ThrowbackThursday on Spotify
damn can you believe truly madly deeply came out like 20 years ago???
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10 days ago by ichthyos
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10 days ago by AlexanderERyzhov
Australia passes bill to force tech firms to hand over encrypted data • Reuters
<p>Australia’s parliament on Thursday passed a bill to force tech firms such as Alphabet Inc’s Google, Facebook and Apple to give police access to encrypted data, the most far-reaching such requirements imposed by a western country.

The bill, staunchly opposed by the tech giants which fear Australia could be an example as other nations explore similar rules, is set to become law before the end of the year.

“Let’s just make Australians safe over Christmas,” opposition Labor party leader Bill Shorten told reporters outside parliament in the capital of Canberra.

The bill, passed by the lower house of parliament earlier on Thursday, was to be debated in the upper Senate, where Labor said it intended to suggest new amendments, before going back to the lower house.

In an eleventh-hour twist, Labor said that despite its reservations, it would pass the bill in the Senate, on the proviso that the coalition agreed to its amendments next year.

“We will pass the legislation, inadequate as it is, so we can give our security agencies some of the tools they say they need,” Shorten said…

…Australia’s government has said the laws are needed to counter militant attacks and organized crime and that security agencies would need to seek warrants to access personal data.

Technology companies have opposed efforts to create what they see as a back door to users’ data, a stand-off that was propelled into the public arena by Apple’s refusal to unlock an iPhone used by an attacker in a 2015 shooting in California.</p>


Based on this, Australia's politicians' education is still somewhere in 1998. Can't see it working, either: criminals will just use apps from companies that don't have any base in Australia.
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10 days ago by charlesarthur
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RT : Global emissions are still accelerating upwards — tracking more or less with a worst-case scenario.

In addition to…
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10 days ago by mikemccaffrey
Microsoft Edge: Making the web better through more open source collaboration - Windows Experience BlogWindows Experience Blog
“We will move to a Chromium-compatible web platform for Microsoft Edge on the desktop. Our intent is to align the Microsoft Edge web platform simultaneously (a) with web standards and (b) with other Chromium-based browsers. This will deliver improved compatibility for everyone and create a simpler test-matrix for web developers.”
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10 days ago by handcoding
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Sounds like product-market fit
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10 days ago by sgerstenzang
Stuff that rocks | suckless.org
"Software on this page should have ideas similar to the suckless philosophy. The software must be FOSS licensed."
in particular, see the list of libraries
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10 days ago by mechazoidal
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Interesting, did Google just ship a DevTools Protocol adaptor for Firefox?🤔
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10 days ago by andydavies
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The examples in the tfjs-examples repo just got more readable, understandable, and beautiful, thanks…
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10 days ago by danbri
(429) https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1070796559267311625
As legend has it.

She too attributed others circumstances exclusively to their lack of…
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10 days ago by mikeschinkel
How to speak up and impact conversations as a junior designer
Sungjoon Steve Won Oct 16 Illustration by Nate Treme A large part of my week is spent in meeting rooms, design critiques, and spontaneous discussions. This was…
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listen, i think all the fighting between liberals and the left over primary candidates is a good thing

what's impo…
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10 days ago by MattBinder
Design is about getting through the finish line – UX Collective
Fabricio Teixeira Oct 31 Photo by Marvin Ronsdorf “I’m not very good at the detailed design phase. I’m good at concepting and setting up the initial phase of…
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10 days ago by taonga
Things that might be missing from your job description
Things your design manager expect from you, but won’t say out loud. Fabricio Teixeira Oct 3 Photo by Joanna Kosinska Write clear emails Be flexible; briefs…
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10 days ago by briantrice
Chess, a Drosophila of reasoning | Science
RT : Kasparov on Alpha Zero's historic defeat of Stockfish.
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RT : Kasparov on Alpha Zero's historic defeat of Stockfish.
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(429) https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1070775810083250178
RT : And by “acted on”, he can sign it, veto it or do nothing and let it become law. So can we expect back on Dec…
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Modern management is systematically cutting off the relationships between people through OKR's aimed at creating in…
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Geez! My understanding is that the property cannot be developed (flood zone). Bummed to lose such a great lumber ya…
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I cannot emphasize enough to skeptical security people about LetsEncrypt autoenrollment:
Manual certificate cycling is a massive operational risk that makes IT hesitant to enforce encrypted communications. The old way is not the best way. It’s time to movehttps://t.co/PNA3aUCW2x

— SwiftOnSecurity (@SwiftOnSecurity) December 6, 2018
10 days ago by jtyost2
[math/9810017] Basic Bicategories
My supervisor once did something similar, and it was very useful:
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10 days ago by pozorvlak
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Favorite tweet:

Thank you so much for this amazing year ! Love u all 🌸 pic.twitter.com/d8QoLRdQYQ

— SANTACROSS 82-99 🎄 (@MACROSS8299) December 6, 2018
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10 days ago by Apreche
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RT : OK im bringing up old art TEA but is the anti anime argument of "you'll lose ur identity as an individual artist, i…
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RT : Les mobilisations précédentes avaient déjà connu leur lot de ères mais le niveau atteint ces dernie…
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10 days ago by Baptiste
Authoritarians Are Exporting Surveillance Tech, And With it Their Vision for the Internet
New America policy analysts Justin Sherman and Robert Morgus write that when it comes to global internet governance there are three, not two, main camps: (1) authoritarian states which seek to control, (2) liberal democracies which support "a global and open internet," and a third group, which they call "the digital deciders," made up of those "countries [which] have yet to make key decisions about the control of the internet within their borders, and, as a result, have yet to gravitate towards either the global and open or sovereign and controlled ends of the spectrum."

They go on: "Argentina, Brazil, Indonesia, Mexico, India, and Singapore are just some of the often-overlooked countries in this camp. Because they have yet to take decisive action one way or another (e.g., censoring content or promoting free speech), their decisions about cybersecurity and internet regulation hold important sway over the future of the global network and the formation of international norms. Rising global emphasis on great power conflict is precisely why countries like China and Russia are likely attempting to influence these digital deciders in their direction."
otf  surveillance  ig  cfr  governance  policy 
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