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HTTPS Anti-Vaxxers; dispelling common arguments against securing the web
"The web is moving to HTTPS, it has been for many years. We've seen an acceleration in the progress in recent months but we still have a long way to go on our journey of securing all traffic on the internet. Despite the great progress we're making, and all the valid reasons we should continue to do so, there are people that believe having a secure web is not the right thing to do."
http  https  ssl  tls  security  worldwideweb  debunk 
10 days ago by garrettc
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Undocumented Students in Higher Education: A Review of the Literature, 2001 to 2016 - Peter Bjorklund, 2018
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10 days ago by jeremydfranklin
Getting started with IBM Cloud CLI
Manual installer

(Because I don't want to use Homebrew).
ibm  command_line  software  applications  documentation 
10 days ago by atomicules
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Listen, in terms of sheer gameplay I love Tom Clancy games. They are really fun to play.

They are also propaganda…
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10 days ago by briantrice
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Call them trans women. Or just women. You usually don't need to point out the difference. It's tra…
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10 days ago by forivall
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Think about this question and answer it HONESTLY to yourself: Do I view content made by women as being FOR women at…
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10 days ago by laydros
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Think about this question and answer it HONESTLY to yourself: Do I view content made by women as being FOR women at…
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Think about this question and answer it HONESTLY to yourself: Do I view content made by women as being FOR women at…
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10 days ago by gfmorris
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Think about this question and answer it HONESTLY to yourself: Do I view content made by women as being FOR women at…
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10 days ago by lurrel
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RT : Bitch i am S C R E A M I N G
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10 days ago by rfreebern
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Yeah, ranked choice voting is actually a very good and thoughtful way to end this kind of hyperpartisanship.

Also,…
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10 days ago by mattgriffin
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I never play the "Imagine if Obama did..." game because it's pointless given we know the current level of hypocrisy…
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10 days ago by dannypage
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RT : The rise of deep models for easy datasets—Vowpal Wabbit beats the ConvNets and LSTMs in the paper….
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10 days ago by bobpoekert
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A lot of y'all still aren't paying attention to what's happening.
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10 days ago by briantrice
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Trump told Voice of America that Kim Jong-un has: “a great personality... He’s very smart...He loves his people...”
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10 days ago by pixelnated
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A lot of y'all still aren't paying attention to what's happening.
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10 days ago by dshaw
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A lot of y'all still aren't paying attention to what's happening.
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10 days ago by charisse
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Technology to ID a person is rapidly advancing (DNA, facial recognition, finger-print scann…
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10 days ago by andriak
ASRock DeskMini Z370 GTX1060 Review: A Compact Coffee Lake Gaming PC
Building on the success of the UCFF NUCs, Intel introduced the mini-STX platform in 2015. We have seen multiple mSTX PCs from vendors such as ASRock (DeskMini 110), ECS (LIVA One), and MSI (Cubi 2 Plus). ASRock took things a bit further by introducing the micro-STX form factor in early 2017. Compared to the 5.4" x 5.8" mini-STX board, ASRock's micro-STX comes in at 7.4" x 5.8". The extra width (2") allows for a MXM GPU slot and two additional M.2 slots. The DeskMini Z270 was introduced last year, and the Z370 version with support for Coffee Lake was announced at CES 2018.
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10 days ago by jasonsamuels
Opinion | The Magic of a Cardboard Box - The New York Times
"These 21st-century storytellers turned to cardboard for the same reasons that children have long preferred the box to the toy that came in it: cardboard is light and strong, easy to put up, quick to come down and, perhaps most important, inexpensive enough for experiment. Cardboard constructions can be crushed, painted, recycled and stuck back together. Cardboard furniture can be adjusted as children grow, and cardboard creations become more sophisticated as children gain skills: It is as malleable as the body and the mind. Technology companies’ embrace of cardboard’s cool suggests something parents and teachers never forgot: The box is an avatar of inspiration, no charging required. Cardboard is the ideal material for creativity, and has been since the big purchase, and the big box, became a fixture of American postwar homes."
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10 days ago by poploser
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was an honor to visit w/ IT's to talk about the state of APIs and services on the incredibl…
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10 days ago by kinlane
Opinion | The Magic of a Cardboard Box
"These 21st-century storytellers turned to cardboard for the same reasons that children have long preferred the box to the toy that came in it: cardboard is light and strong, easy to put up, quick to come down and, perhaps most important, inexpensive enough for experiment. Cardboard constructions can be crushed, painted, recycled and stuck back together. Cardboard furniture can be adjusted as children grow, and cardboard creations become more sophisticated as children gain skills: It is as malleable as the body and the mind.

Technology companies’ embrace of cardboard’s cool suggests something parents and teachers never forgot: The box is an avatar of inspiration, no charging required. Cardboard is the ideal material for creativity, and has been since the big purchase, and the big box, became a fixture of American postwar homes."
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10 days ago by poploser
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argh I've had an outline for a feature for so long about the rise and fall of the coder-god but it's too long…
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10 days ago by alexhern
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Where's the line on asking mediums or tools to patrol the message (and really, human behavior)? If a friend tells m…
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10 days ago by mathewi
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So.. I thought I messed up my interview but today I got a job offer for the interview I had three weeks ago. I ha…
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10 days ago by mikemccaffrey
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Is it a kid with a dead sister finding a carnival that grants his wish of seeing her again, but the thi…
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10 days ago by angelixd
Pillars Of Eternity II: The Kotaku Review
Toward the end of my time with pirate RPG Pillars of Eternity II , one of my crew members, foul-mouthed furball Serafen, presented me with a gift. It was a…
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10 days ago by AramZS
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Every time I put together an order I find like 92% of what I want at Tayda but always have to go lookin…
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10 days ago by rossgrady
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Das Schlimme an diesem Foto ist, dass ich tatsächlich erst recherchiert habe, ob das Fake ist, weil es einen amerik…
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10 days ago by grzbielok
Billions in U.S. solar projects shelved after Trump panel tariff
“The U.S. solar industry employs more than 250,000 people - about three times more than the coal industry…”
Solar  Trade  Tariffs  Trump  Energy  Idiocy  Environment  Manufacturing 
10 days ago by Membranophonist
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The Supreme Court ruling that people who haven’t voted in past elections can have their names purged from voter reg…
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10 days ago by cranston
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I’ve been having intrusive thoughts all day about Adonis depositing an infant Pendolino on the floor of the House of Commons from an unseen ovipositor. https://t.co/aVpMv5YAEY

— gammon-chanted evening (@JoeTheDough) June 12, 2018
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10 days ago by joethedough
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RT : George H.W. Bush just became the first former US president to turn 94
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10 days ago by nwhyte
Locate modern addresses on Earth 240 million years ago
This tool can locate modern addresses on Earth from 240 million years ago. Go find your house on Pangaea.
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10 days ago by brunoboutot
Locate modern addresses on Earth 240 million years ago
This tool can locate modern addresses on Earth from 240 million years ago. Go find your house on Pangaea.
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10 days ago by ampressman
Locate modern addresses on Earth 240 million years ago
This tool can locate modern addresses on Earth from 240 million years ago. Go find your house on Pangaea.
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10 days ago by KateSherrill
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Not sure who planned the Mozilla plenary against the E3 Nintendo Conf, but I am severely unhappy that m…
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10 days ago by qdot
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I'm not sure Marco appreciates the full import of this tweet.
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10 days ago by audrey
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I'm not sure Marco appreciates the full import of this tweet.
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10 days ago by freyfogle
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UW campus looking particularly picturesque this morning....
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10 days ago by tomconte
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RT : Wow. I saw this headline and had to read the story to make sure it wasn't a Politicus USA-type parsing, where Trump…
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10 days ago by donnadb
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Our Design Education team at is very excited to announce the first book on Design Ops, co-authored by…
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10 days ago by _m_space
8 Ubuntu Flavors Compared: Kubuntu vs. Lubuntu vs. Xubuntu vs. MATE vs. Budgie vs. Studio vs. Kylin
If you’ve heard about Linux, then there’s a good chance you’ve heard about Ubuntu. It’s the most popular version of Linux for desktop PCs. But did you know Ubuntu comes in many different forms? via Pocket
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