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I just realised my intro went when my instance crashed all those months ago.
My day job is a senior #networkengineer working on some very large and strange computer networks.
Would it kill the #wordpress developers to actually reference the bug they are fixing in the commit log, or at least use the same words
@tek it's all fun and games until you're praying to Your Own Personal Jesus before the Big White Porcelain Altar
So my 2018 #Spotify
I listened to 35264 minutes of 4685 unique songs. Top artist was INXS and top song was Drive by The Cars.
Oldest song was 1961 "Jump in the line" by Harry Belafonte.
Nothing too strange for me
In this picture you're looking at the sun from inside the sun's corona.
Think about that for a minute. This is closer to the sun than anything human-created has ever been.
The two bright arcs shooting from left to right? "two distinct jets of solar material, known as coronal streamers."
The bright spot on the left? That's Jupiter. Almost 500 million miles away.
Sometimes we can do pretty amazing stuff, we humans. In a pretty amazing universe.
Belle of St Mark
Debian bug report https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=916403
Looks like I'm building WordPress #debian packages tonight. 😭
Reading the Cuckoo’s Egg, and the 11y/o has decided that Martha’s the hacker.
Hot off the press! In the latest "Smashing Security" podcast we're joined by infosec rockstar Mikko Hypponen.
In this episode we discuss the curious case of George Duke-Cohan, Huawei, and the crazy world of mobile phone mental health apps.
https://www.smashingsecurity.com/108 or check your favourite podcast app!
Just want to remind everyone that I'm opening for watercolor commission for $40 each.
Email me at: [email protected] for some nice holiday portrait
50 years on, we’re living the reality first shown at the “Mother of All Demos” http://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2018/12/50-years-on-were-living-the-reality-first-shown-at-the-mother-of-all-demos/ by @cfarivar
11-year-old Firefox bug exploited by malicious parties results in an HTTP authentication loop:
– malicious sites try to force FF users to install extensions
– also misused for tech support scams, ad farms, pages that push users to buy fake gift cards, or sites that offer malware-laced software updates
– most users must kill their FF process to escape