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The public pricing that I’m seeing shows Twitter’s Account Activity API pricing as $2,899/month to get activity upd…
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6 days ago
Twitter
And wait, apparently you can even strip the authentication tag outright, downgrading the decryption error to just a…
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8 days ago
Twitter
Werner Koch (GNUPG author) has a good write up about the efail issue. We agree that the…
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8 days ago
Untitled (https://lists.gnupg.org/pipermail/gnupg-users/2018-May/060315.html)
Werner Koch (GNUPG author) has a good write up about the efail issue. We agree that the…
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8 days ago
Twitter
New vulnerabilities in many PGP and S/MIME enabled email clients. Allows exfiltration of plaintext by mauling HTML…
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8 days ago
Twitter
If you're using a recent GnuPG and Enigmail 2.0 or later, you should be fine. If you're not, consider this an obje…
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8 days ago
Twitter
GnuPG has given warnings on missing/malformed MDCs for years. And although the Efail authors did find some problem…
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8 days ago
Twitter
Your email client should refuse to render the message. If it ignores the warning or does the wrong thing in respon…
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8 days ago
Twitter
Long thread. If you want to know the high-level details of the Efail attack, read. Yes, it was embargoed; yes, we w…
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8 days ago
Twitter
I just read through privacy policy changes for GDPR 3 times and my brain hurts. I reserve the right to poke the fir…
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13 days ago
Twitter
And Apple’s (former) success
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13 days ago
Twitter
“In a workplace that values harmony, workers become attuned to each other’s feelings & s…
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13 days ago
Twitter
Tim Cook, in order to implement a "kinder, gentler" Apple did away with all that. He siloed design und…
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13 days ago
Twitter
There was way more balance under Steve Jobs. One of the reasons there was some degree of conflict amon…
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13 days ago
Twitter
I wish we didn’t need to care, but the style and whims of the single most powerful person at the sole company that…
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13 days ago
Using Kubernetes on GKE and AWS with Cloudflare Load Balancer – Cloudflare Support
@vietwow Nah, there is almost nothing to write, CloudFlare has a nice tutorial already if you want to get started
cloudflare  aws  amazon  google  cloud 
13 days ago
Twitter
Proud to have been a part of making this reality.
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14 days ago
Twitter
Holy shit. AT&T was quietly paying Michael Cohen. And the contract ended in Dec 17, the month the FCC repealed net…
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14 days ago
Twitter
Wow, says Chrome is now seeing over 70% of its requests in HTTPS
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14 days ago
Twitter
After three amazing years in San Francisco, is hosting our first European in London on…
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14 days ago
Twitter
2/2
Carry out the exact same transaction through your phone with a linke…
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14 days ago
Twitter
1/2 Here's how it works:
convert your real money…
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14 days ago
Twitter
A billion Chinese don't seem to have any problems with QR…
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15 days ago
Twitter
Lightning is a smart contract layer on top of Bitcoin. It improves Bitcoi…
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15 days ago
Twitter
Here's what it's like to buy an actual real coffee using the . Lightning is now live as a payment…
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15 days ago
Twitter
Multi-cloud is the resilient future.
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15 days ago
Twitter
OK, now I have two kubernetes clusters deployed in two data centers: In Azure and GCP (AWS - I'm waiting, send me a…
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15 days ago
Blocking of YouTube videos in Germany - Wikipedia
According to a German court in Hamburg, Google's subsidiary YouTube could be held liable for damages when it hosts copyrighted videos without the copyright holder's permission.[1] As a result, music videos for major label artists on YouTube, as well as many videos containing background music, are geoblocked in Germany since the end of March 2009 after the previous agreement had expired and negotiations for a new license agreement were stopped.
germany  youtube  google  copyright 
15 days ago
Twitter
Another week another awesome feature release! The team have been blowing my mind 🤯
Huge thanks to
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15 days ago
new-godev.md
Today's GOPATH has two fundamental problems:

1. It only allows a single version of any given package to exist at once (per GOPATH)
2. We cannot programatically differentiate between code the user is working on and code they merely depend on

More or less all the other problems with GOPATH stem from the interaction of these two issues. Because only one version of a given package can exist at a time, it may be necessary to switch versions around to meet differing build requirements; however, we have no insight into which code the user is working on - which dictates the requirements for dependencies, and should not be changed - versus dependencies, which might be changed.

Introduction of the vendor/ directory ushered in a different paradigm: project-centric development. This wholly different approach handily addresses both of the aforementioned problems with GOPATH, and works quite well for many development workflows. With the addition of dep's standardized manifest and lock files, tooling has sufficient information to select versions for all of a project's dependencies, and reproduce that set of dependencies into vendor/ on any machine (assuming the continued upstream availability of the underlying source).
golang  go  dependencies 
16 days ago
Explanation of ARC and L2ARC » ZFS Build
Something to bear in mind here is that ZFS has to map the cache devices in its RAM. For every 100GB of L2 ARC you have on your system, ZFS will use ~2GB of main memory to map the cache. Thus you lose quite a chunk of RAM used for L1 ARC if you have too much cache, and there’s a trade-off that has to be reached depending on the size of your working set of data.
zfs  cache 
16 days ago
Twitter
It would be so cool if CMU actually had a department of "so-called machine learning technology."
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17 days ago
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