Intel Fixes a Security Flaw It Said Was Repaired 6 Months Ago
The chip maker patched several problems in May. Now it is issuing another fix, and researchers say the company hasn’t been straight about its issues.
on the good news side of things https://www.aclu.org/press-releases/federal-court-rules-suspicionless-searches-travelers-phones-and-laptops
What in Turing's name is a "permissionless license" and how does that concept apply to the licenses listed?
> What open source is not
> Here are some things that are not central to what open source is and where it’s going.
a cool concept with a simple name that apparently I find hard to remember
> Word processor pioneer dies aged 93
Evelyn Berezin put the Data Secretary on sale in 1971, creating a new industry.
@fidgety They probably don't have haunting as the danger in mind ...
> Blue Collar General: For low-income towns, dollar stores are a surprisingly bad deal Dollar Stores are growing faster than ever -- but they’re a deceptively dangerous deal for the low-income communities they target.<
when youtube is down, life goes on
in these trying times, I offer the following resource for your indispensible video needs
"This Doctor Uses Plastic Bottles Instead Of Expensive Ventilators To Save Babies With Pneumonia
"Pneumonia is one of the leading killers among infants globally. And while hospitals in first world countries can afford expensive ventilators, poorer countries have to make do. That’s how Mohamad Chisti decided to just use a shampoo bottle instead.
Technical Glitch Again Delays 1st Commercial Launch of Rocket Lab's Electron Booster
Rocket Lab's Electron small-satellite launcher will have to wait a bit longer to take to the skies on its first commercial flight.
I'll be darned.
Not quite quote-tooting, but close enough for what I'd want, & better than just linking it myself...
If I can't [fork|federate] it's not my [r]evolution.
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko