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Interesting read. By coding to Chrome's behavior instead of the Cache-Control RFC, Twitter exposed potentially sensitive direct messages to the browser cache of their Firefox users:

Citizen Lab published a report on Zoom, from self-rolled crypto to vulnerabilities in the infrastructure and routing through China. Yep, all the ingredients are here to call Zoom "dramatically worse than a shitshow":

It was nice to see the food store shelves back to normal, now that everyone's pantries are full. The remaining hot sellers look to be toilet paper and canned beans, which seems like it could be a self-correcting problem.

Microservices guru warns devs that trendy architecture shouldn't be the default for every app, but 'a last resort':

Do you think we'll still have vaccine deniers after COVID-19?

When a COVID-19 vaccine is made available, I think the people who got their flu shot this year should get first dibs.

Silicon Valley Was First to Send Workers Home. It's Been Messy:

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