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Artichauts à la barigoule — Wikipédia
Les artichauts à la barigoule sont un mets issu de la tradition culinaire paysanne de Provence. Sa recette a beaucoup varié dans le temps.
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Old-Fashioned Artichokes à la Barigoule With Mushrooms Recipe | Serious Eats
For the Mushroom Duxelles Filling: Heat butter in a medium saucepan over medium-high heat until foaming. Add onion (or shallots) and cook, stirring, until tender, about 3 minutes. Add mushrooms and cook, stirring, until water has released and evaporated, about 3 minutes.
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Sans pleurer | Le Club de Mediapart
Librairie L'Imagigraphe, 84 rue Oberkampf 75011 Paris Entrée libre, 19 heures. « J’ai vécu Mai 68 comme une crise de folie », déclare Robert Linhart au micro de Laure Adler en 2011.
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20 hours ago
The Mafia Reporter With a Police Escort (and the 200 Journalists Like Him) - The New York Times
ROME — For many of his days over the past four years, Paolo Borrometi has lived in isolation, though he is barely ever alone. He has not walked through a park or by the beach in his native Sicily for years. He cannot go to a restaurant freely, or to a concert or the movies.
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21 hours ago
En guerre – pour la préemption salariale !, par Frédéric Lordon (Les blogs du Diplo, 21 mai 2018)
On ne résiste à la puissance suffocante du film de Stéphane Brizé (En guerre) qu’à y discerner une place vide, la place du discours manquant.
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21 hours ago
Un premier jugement donne enfin de la chair à "l'arme fatale" fiscale
Réécrite en 2012, la mesure générale anti-abus du code des impôts sur les revenus n’avait encore généré aucune jurisprudence, faute de juge la brandissant. Jusqu’à ce mois de février, où le tribunal de Bruges s’est emparé d’une des dispositions fiscales les plus craintes.
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A few days ago on 25th April, while researching, I found that a lot of individuals and companies are putting their sensitive information on their public Trello boards.
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22 hours ago
A free Intro to Vue.js Course – Vue Mastery – Medium
In this tutorial by Vue Mastery, you’ll learn how simple it is to use the Vue Instance to get data from your JavaScript to display onto a webpage by learning about the Vue instance. We need a way to get product from our JavaScript to show up in the h1 of our HTML.
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For the past month, we ranked nearly 1,000 Vue.js articles to pick the Top 10 stories that can help advance your career (1% chance). As an article ranking service for professionals, we take quality very seriously and make sure each article you read is great.
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If a T-Rex eats Evan You, will Vue survive? – oneminutejs – Medium
Whenever I talk to folks about adopting Vue, they ask one question: if a T-Rex eats Evan You, will Vue survive? This is a good start to an answer to our question. A T-Rex probably could not eat a large number of Vue contributors all over the world.
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What Zuckerberg Forgot To Mention… Profiling – Privacy International – Medium
Like many Facebook users around the world, we at Privacy International have been wondering whether any of our own data was sold to Cambridge Analytica. Today, we finally found out: at least one of our staff member’s data was sold.
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Wikipedia Is An Establishment Psyop – Caitlin Johnstone – Medium
If you haven’t been living in a hole in a cave with both fingers plugged into your ears, you may have noticed that an awful lot of fuss gets made about Russian propaganda and disinformation these days.
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Building a Static Site with Nuxt (Part 3)
Welcome to the first official post for my newly revamped personal site running off the awesome Nuxt framework [https://nuxtjs.org]. If you're not familiar with Nuxt, here is a quick summary straight from the official site. Nuxt.js is summarized: Nuxt.js is a framework for creating Universal Vue.
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Andre Liem
Welcome to the first official post for my newly revamped personal site running off the awesome Nuxt framework [https://nuxtjs.org]. If you're not familiar with Nuxt, here is a quick summary straight from the official site. Nuxt.js is summarized: Nuxt.js is a framework for creating Universal Vue.
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GitHub - filamentgroup/imaging-heap: A command line tool to measure the efficiency of your responsive image markup across viewport sizes and device pixel ratios.
There’s beauty in the breakdown of bitmap image data. A command line tool to measure the efficiency of your responsive image markup across viewport sizes and device pixel ratios.
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GitHub - tpope/vim-dadbod: dadbod.vim: Modern database interface for Vim
Dadbod is a Vim plugin for interacting with databases. It's a more modern take on dbext.vim, improving on it on the following ways: The :DB command has a few different usages. All forms accept a URL as the first parameter, which can be omitted if a default is configured or provided by a plugin.
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Ashwin Kumar was previously the co-founder of Sway Finance, a Y Combinator-backed startup that used machine learning to automate accounting. At Insight, he developed a model that allows users to create working HTML websites from hand-drawn wireframes, significantly accelerating the design process.
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Kafka is a word that gets heard a lot nowadays… A lot of leading digital companies seem to use it as well. But what is it actually? Kafka was originally developed at LinkedIn in 2011 and has improved a lot since then.
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If you want to become a software engineer, but don’t know where to start, let’s save you the suspense: it’s algorithms and data structures. Once you get the gist of these pillars of programming, you’ll start seeing them everywhere.
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JavaScript ES6 brings new syntax and new awesome features to make your code more modern and more readable. It allows you to write less code and do more. ES6 introduces us to many great features like arrow functions, template strings, class destruction, Modules… and more. Let’s take a look.
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Vote Leave faces scrutiny over £50m football contest | Politics | The Guardian
Last week the select committee for digital, culture, media and sport released a letter Facebook sent to the Electoral Commission in which it said that two campaigns, Vote Leave and BeLeave, used three sets of data to target audiences, noting that they covered “the exact same audiences”.
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Check out this website boilerplate built on Nuxt.js and Cosmic JS. It satisfies some common website requirements including dynamic pages, blog articles, author management, SEO ability, contact form and website search. Download the GitHub repoCheck out the demo.
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Build a Server-Side Rendered Vue App with Nuxt.js ― Scotch
Usage of static websites are increasing in popularity recently. It’s not a surprise as static site generators seem to have been gaining more popular recently too. There are various static site generators which you can use to build websites.
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It’s important to build your site around a specific purpose. Since we are developers, our personal sites will really reflect our own abilities. Take the time to build it right and take pride in it. A great developer site combines great design and functionality with a purposeful intent.
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Static Site Generators: Nuxt.js – A man with no server – Medium
A few months ago I wrote a post about trying to improve the performance of a React application by emulating Server Side Rendering. That post included code to build a Webpack plugin which pre-rendered our application using JSDOM, took the HTML that was rendered by React and saved it to HTML files.
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Top Ten Static Site Generators of 2017 | Netlify
We’re progressively seeing the JAMstack (Javascript, APIs, and Markup) gain momentum in modern web development; with static site generators at the epicenter. In this article, we are reporting on the most popular and best-supported static-site generators so far.
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An Overview of JavaScript Testing in 2018 – welldone-software – Medium
This guide is intended to catch you up with the most important reasoning, terms, tools, and approaches to JavaScript testing in 2018.
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Create a Continuous Deployment Pipeline with Node.js and Jenkins - DZone DevOps
Previously I had written about using Jenkins for continuous deployment of Java applications, inspired by a keynote demonstration that I had developed for Couchbase Connect 2016. I understand that Java isn’t the only popular development technology that exists right now. Node.
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Continuous Integration and deployment with Jenkins and Node.js
This is one of the common development cycle of any developer. Most of the time testing and deployment steps do not change frequently and in order to keep the developer focus on writing code we do the automation of testing and deployment.
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Reliable Continuous Integration in JavaScript – Frontend Weekly – Medium
When you build a piece of software you want to build a reliable one, so often you’re using various continuous integration tools, such as CircleCI, Travis, Shippable, Codeship, AppVeyor, Semaphore, Jenkins, and Bamboo.
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For Example
June 9, 2013Mike BostockFor Example This is a rough transcript of my talk on June 6, 2013 at Eyeo. Words and examples have been adapted a bit for the web so may differ slightly from the talk. A video of the talk is available on Vimeo. (Thanks, Eyeo folks!)I am a big fan of examples.
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Visualiser des données avec D3
D3 est une bibliothèque JavaScript développée par Mike Bostock. D3.js (ou D3 pour Data-Driven Documents) est une bibliothèque graphique JavaScript qui permet l'affichage de données numériques sous une forme graphique et dynamique.
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About this guide - Learn JS Data
This guide teaches the basics of manipulating data using JavaScript in the browser, or in node.js. Specifically, these tasks are geared around preparing data for further analysis and visualization.
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Reading in Data - Learn JS Data
The first step in any data processing is getting the data! Here is how to parse in and prepare common input formats using D3.js D3 has a bunch of filetypes it can support when loading data, and one of the most common is probably plain old CSV (comma separated values).
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Show HN: Observable Notebooks | Hacker News
Jim Bumgardner published a tutorial that starts with drawing circles with canvas, then fibonacci spirals, then colorful sunflower seeds: https://ift.tt/2nwLRNt... Justin Palmer uses PROJ4JS to transform and scale a local map: https://ift.tt/2DQfu2s.
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Learning Observable By Building Observable – Ben Lesh – Medium
Frequently via social media, or in person at events, I’m asked questions about “hot” vs “cold” observables, or whether or not an observable is “multicast” or “unicast”. People seem to be really mystified by what they feel to be the dark inner-workings of `Rx.Observable`.
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Twitter is a great tool for creating social presence. However, using the twitter app GUI for batch operations is tedious and time consuming. APIs makes it possible to write programs that manipulate data in batch. .
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I Am Not a Data Scientist – The Data Lab – Medium
At a recent All Hands, I shared some thoughts about platforms and notebooks. If you weren’t there, you didn’t miss much. The only takeaway — and takeaway is probably generous — was this Venn diagram:
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Se prémunir des "SpyWebs" avec Privoxy
Avec l'expansion de services comme Google Analytics, les moyens de se prémunir des SpyWebs prennent de plus à en plus d'importance.
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Nodebooks: Introducing Node.js Data Science Notebooks
I am a developer, as in computer code. My job is to persuade computers to do my bidding by typing gibberish into a text file and presenting its contents to the computer like a sacrificial oblation.
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4 Useful JavaScript Libraries for Data Analysis and Visualization - DZone Web Dev
Businesses from all around the globe, irrespective of the industry vertical, have realized the importance of data-driven decision making.
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Learning to talk about wine using Javascript – Frontend Weekly – Medium
Wine is a great part of my life. My family owns a winery for over 170 years. My main income is from the wine business. You can say wine flows in my veins.
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I love Javascript. I think it is a great programming language. It is a versatile, constantly evolving, ever growing language. It is practically the only language that runs both on the client and server. NPM, node’s packaging system, is great.
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The increasing influence of the word ‘influencer’ | OxfordWords blog
Good or bad, there is no denying the influence social media has on many of our lives – a fact that has not escaped the notice of marketers around the world. This has seen the rise of a new type of marketing: the influencer.
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Laurel or Yanny explained: why do some people hear a different word? | Technology | The Guardian
Original audio clip comes from vocabulary.com and features voice repeating one word – but which one do you hear? The audio “illusion”, which first appeared on Reddit, seems to be saying one word – but whether that word is “Yanny” or “Laurel” is the source of furious disagreement.
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Edward Tufte
Edward Tufte is the guru of graphics, the high priest of presentation. For more than 30 years he has been showing us how to visualise data with simplicity, clarity and elegance, while campaigning against “chartjunk” and other design practices that lead to obfuscation.
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Exclusive: Interview with Chris Wiggins, NYTimes Chief Data Scientist
Last Halloween, Chris Wiggins, the New York Times Chief Data Scientist, invited me to come to his talk at Harvard. Unfortunately, I could not attend at the time, but I saw his excellent slides and video of the talk, and we started a conversation.
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A Game of Shark and Minnow - Who Will Win Control of the South China Sea? - NYTimes.com
Ayungin Shoal lies 105 nautical miles from the Philippines. There’s little to commend the spot, apart from its plentiful fish and safe harbor — except that Ayungin sits at the southwestern edge of an area called Reed Bank, which is rumored to contain vast reserves of oil and natural gas.
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The Most Detailed Maps You’ll See From the Midterm Senate Elections - The New York Times
* Why are we so confident these are the most detailed maps you’ll ever see from the 2014 Senate elections? Precincts are the smallest level of geography for publicly-reported election results. There were more than 175,000 precincts in the United States in 2012, fifty times the number of counties.
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3D Printer Cantilever 2.0 C3Dt/c
This is my latest completed project to date. I'll be happy to build one for you, but if you must go it yourself; here is the instructions for the C3Dt/c (c for cantilever) by Core3D.tech. This printer was presented at MRRF2018
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Johnny Marr review – Manchester rock royalty wrests legacy back from Morrissey | Music | The Guardian
Marr must never tire of reminding interviewers, every time his erstwhile colleague Morrissey opens his once-loving mouth, that it’s been 30 years since they were in a band together.
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The Rolling Stones – every album ranked! | Music | The Guardian
The best moments on Dirty Work come when the atmosphere of intra-band animosity in which it was recorded is channelled into the music: One Hit (to the Body) and Winning Ugly fizz with nasty energy. Elsewhere, it’s lifeless, and the period production on Back to Zero has dated abysmally.
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US cell carriers are selling access to your real-time phone location data | ZDNet
Four of the largest cell giants in the US are selling your real-time location data to a company that you've probably never heard about before.
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Wire (software) - Wikipedia
Wire is an open source, cross-platform, encrypted instant messaging client created by Wire Swiss. It is available for iOS, Android, Linux, Windows, macOS and Web browser clients.
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Hacker Breaches Securus, the Company That Helps Cops Track Phones Across the US - Motherboard
A hacker has broken into the servers of Securus, a company that allows law enforcement to easily track nearly any phone across the country, and which a US Senator has exhorted federal authorities to investigate.
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Even ‘nice guys’ don’t have a right to sex – and On Chesil Beach shows why | Hanna Flint | Opinion | The Guardian
There are no end of movies about the “nice guy” getting the girl, but nowadays Hollywood is showing us that he might not be so nice after all. It began last year with Nacho Vigalondo’s Colossal and the character Oscar, played by Jason Sudeikis.
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L'écart des pensions entre la Belgique et les pays voisins va jusqu'à 50 % | PTB
Une nouvelle étude du PTB montre que l’écart des pensions entre la Belgique et les pays voisins est considérable. L’écart avec les pensions néerlandaises, françaises, luxembourgeoises et autrichiennes s’élève entre 40 % et 50 %.
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Using the Command Line to Decrypt a Message on Linux | Electronic Frontier Foundation
Skip to main content DEEPLINKS BLOG By Soraya Okuda, Starchy Grant, and Bill Budington Related Updates Deeplinks Blog by Gennie Gebhart | May 14, 2018 Deeplinks Blog by Soraya Okuda, Starchy Grant, Bill Budington | May 14, 2018
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Assessing Your Risks | Surveillance Self-Defense
Trying to protect all your data from everyone all the time is impractical and exhausting. But, do not fear! Security is a process, and through thoughtful planning, you can assess what’s right for you. Security isn’t about the tools you use or the software you download.
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Using the Command Line to Decrypt a Message on Windows | Electronic Frontier Foundation
Skip to main content DEEPLINKS BLOG By Soraya Okuda, Starchy Grant, and Bill Budington Related Updates Deeplinks Blog by Gennie Gebhart | May 14, 2018 Deeplinks Blog by Soraya Okuda, Starchy Grant, Bill Budington | May 14, 2018
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Exporting PGP-Encrypted Email From Outlook | Electronic Frontier Foundation
Skip to main content DEEPLINKS BLOG By Soraya Okuda, Starchy Grant, and Bill Budington Related Updates Deeplinks Blog by Gennie Gebhart | May 14, 2018 Deeplinks Blog by Soraya Okuda, Starchy Grant, Bill Budington | May 14, 2018
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Using the Command Line to Decrypt a Message on macOS | Electronic Frontier Foundation
Skip to main content DEEPLINKS BLOG By Soraya Okuda, Starchy Grant, and Bill Budington Related Updates Deeplinks Blog by Gennie Gebhart | May 14, 2018 Deeplinks Blog by Soraya Okuda, Starchy Grant, Bill Budington | May 14, 2018
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6 days ago
Privacy Badger Rolls Out New Ways to Fight Facebook Tracking | Electronic Frontier Foundation
On Thursday, EFF released a new version of Privacy Badger featuring a new, experimental way to protect your privacy on--and crucially, off--Facebook. It specifically targets link tracking, Facebook’s practice of following you whenever you click on a link to leave facebook.com.
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6 days ago
The Dystopic Leftist Youth of Reddit and Facebook – Dark(ish) Web – Medium
A look into the spaces where young people mock the “boring dystopia” that capitalism has builtCorin FaifeJan 22
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“But its already public, right?”: The ethics of using online data | News & Analysis | Data Driven Journalism
In this rapidly changing and rich media landscape, there are multiple, new and emerging ways in which people communicate their opinions regarding contemporary issues, presenting new opportunities for social research.
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What I learnt from creating The Data Visualisation Catalogue | News & Analysis | Data Driven Journalism
Before I started working on The Data Visualisation Catalogue, my chart toolbox was limited. I knew of only simple charts like a Bar Graph, Pie Chart, Pictogram Chart, Proportional Area Chart, et cetera. Y’know, the type of charts that fit well onto an infographic.
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www.getdrip.com
D3.js is the de facto JavaScript library for creating data visualizations on the web.
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35 Years Of American Death | FiveThirtyEight
Latest updates April 2, 2018: Data for deaths from nine categories of chronic respiratory disease and four categories of infectious disease, as well as from HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, self-harm, interpersonal violence, alcohol use and drug use was added to the map.
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Over the Decades, How States Have Shifted - Interactive Feature - NYTimes.com
Each box represents a state sizedby number of electoral votes.Each curve shows how much itshifted left or right between elections.
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jiractl: A command-line tool for managing Jira — GoDaddy Open Source Center
At GoDaddy we use Jira to track and manage our projects. Jira has an extensive feature set that can be customized to different teams’ needs, but its customizability can make it difficult for developers to perform simple tasks during a sprint.
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Web Scraping Scotch: The Node Way ― Scotch
A lot of new web technologies and design paradigms have emerged in the last couple of years. Some programming languages are beginning to gain increasing popularity.
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How does the FT quantify customer value and grow engagement? | Reuters News Agency
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Datasets Are Books, Not Houses - Open Data Science - Your News Source for AI, Machine Learning & more
The world of linked data is built on shaky foundations that prevent a true data commons from emerging. The problem isn’t with the data, but with the way data is linked. Specifically, the way links are addressed. An address is a uniform, shorthand way of referring to things.
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7 days ago
How to Cook Italian Food Like an Italian | Serious Eats
Learning a new cuisine is a lot like learning a new language. With a language, there's a grammar and vocabulary that together allow you to form sentences and express yourself. With a cuisine, there's a body of techniques that function much like a grammar.
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7 days ago
Retrieve Email Using Getmail
Getmail is a simple mail retriever. In many ways, the software is a response to the complexity of fetchmail. Getmail provides a simple and efficient tool for downloading email from POP (Post Office Protocol) and IMAP (Internet Messaged Access Protocol) servers.
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Security Advisory: SecureDrop and the EFAIL Vulnerability- SecureDrop
Today, security researchers disclosed vulnerabilities, collectively called EFAIL, in how the decryption and display of PGP-encrypted emails are handled in multiple email clients (see EFAIL website, EFAIL paper).
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discussion - [NURPA] EFAIL : faille de sécurité dans les clients mail disposant de fonctionnalités PGP - arc
Je profite donc donc cette occasion pour rappeler à chacun·e qu'il est vivement conseillé de désactiver le rendu HTML des mails. Rappelons encore qu'il est relativement simple de forger l'expéditeur d'un mail (le champ "From/De" affiché par le client mail).
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7 days ago
Mutt - A Command Line Email Client to Send Mails from Terminal
As a System admin, sometimes we need to send mails to users or someone else from the server and for that we used to go with a web based interface to send email, is it really that handy ? Absolutely No.
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