@halcy if you want to pad out your resumé I would suggest listing demos you've worked on and their filesizes because it's really cool

@sir uh, I did 10 of each because I'm just dumping out the data and was too lazy to take an average

@sir I am bad at making graphs but it looks like '1' everywhere

@cyberia media: "yo we need a bad guy to play the hacker because only evil people try to steal things"

agencies: "yep, we got you covered."

> State-sponsored hackers from China, Russia, Iran and North Korea are engaged in concerted attempts to steal coronavirus vaccine secrets

@emersion the overload between "Direct Rendering Manager" and "Digital Rights Management" hurt my brain for a few seconds after I clicked through to the kernel docs from the footnote.

@hund > Mainline?

It's not in qmk/qmk_firmware on GitHub yet, it only lives in my fork.

@hund There's a QMK port for the duckypad on my GitHub but I haven't gotten around to mainlining it because I need to make a decent default keymap

"We went to Iowa and all we got were these felony arrest records"

youtube.com/watch?v=gj4Ie_ausZ

This is the aftermath of the story of two Coalfire pentesters getting arrested at a courthouse while doing security tests for the Iowa Judicial Branch

Dino 0.2 is out!

Dino is a privacy-friendly messaging application. The 0.2 release adds message correction, improves the file upload functionality and provides more information on encryption.

Release blog post: dino.im/blog/2020/11/dino-0.2-

@cpsdqs as in: I don't know hanzi so that's what memes me when I try to transliterate them with handwriting recognition. your stroke order is probably correct

I'd like to introduce the word "dearest" as a gender-neutral word for romantic partner.

It's directly translated from the danish word "kæreste", and it's a good word.

@Dee oh man some linguistics student needs to write the paper cataloguing the usage of this so that wikipedia has a source

@epical Per TFA:

> In this case, "more sophisticated" means being able to block using Adblock Plus-style rules. These give you more control over what you block and what you don't, instead of blindly blocking any url to a given hostname.

> This allows you to e.g. block google.com/evil-spying-script. but not google.com/search?q=funny+cat+.

A Pi-Hole only lets you filter hostnames, as an implementation restraint of being a DNS server.

@sir I always feel like first-party frontends never have the user's interests as a core focus.

Third-party (or, ideally, second-party) interfaces are what you want to get the best experience out of other people's services

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