Hanlon's Razor: "Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity."
Hanlon's Handgun: "Never attribute to stupidity that which can be adequately explained by systemic incentives promoting malice."
Need to pick the right weapon for the problem at hand.
I love how refreshingly honest this one is compared to other silicon vulnerabilities. Yes, they're cool, but they're also mostly irrelevant. If anything, this one highlights how awful the M1 design is.
SCI-HUB NEEDS YOUR HELP!
Do you have a few dozen gigabytes of free diskspace and a machine that can seed it via #bittorrent?
You can help save an unbelievable trough of scientific knowledge from disappearing behind the elites' paywalls!
Spread the word and seed till you bleed – for the betterment of humanity!
Hey Europeans, there's a European citizens initiative going round right now for universal/unconditional basic income.
The deadline has just been extended to the start of May.
Be cool if you signed it!
Looks like the Dunning-Kruger Effect might be a mirage of numbers. Fascinating. https://www.mcgill.ca/oss/article/critical-thinking/dunning-kruger-effect-probably-not-real
May I please get 2 followers to copy and re-post this tweet? I'm trying to demonstrate that someone is always listening.
116-123 (UK & Ireland)
Just two. Any two. Copy, not retweet.
ICYMI: That grumpy BSD guy: RFC7505 Means Yes, Your Domain Can Refuse to Handle Mail. Please Leave Us a TXT If You Do. https://bsdly.blogspot.com/2021/02/rfc7505-means-yes-your-domain-can.html with thanks to @thorsheim for a flash reminder of that actually useful RFC
Do you know anyone browsing web with unusual hardware and/or operating system? Out of the usual Windows/Linux/Android/iOS scope? Please point them here:
If you don't speak gopher: http://hracka.org/~logout/phlog/2021-02-13_my_little_user_agent_database.txt
"Making of" screenshot attached.
(Boosting the post will help.)
@wasamasa Sorry I wasn't clear. I meant for an investigation like you later posted on Reddit. I guess if it's a one-off search doing the whole indexing would probably be overkill. If you were looking for more references or to get more discussions about historical Emacs development, would you keep with mblaze or look for alternatives (like an index)? This is quite a tangent from your original post so feel free to ignore me, and thank you.
@wasamasa I'm curious on your take of this approach versus using an indexer like notmuch. I didn't know about mblaze and use notmuch for my personal inboxes. Is there a specific benefit/tradeoff I'm missing?
"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