🚨 UPDATE YOUR APPLE DEVICES NOW🚨
We caught a zero-click, zero day iMessage exploit used by NSO Group's #Pegasus spyware.
Target? Saudi activist.
We reported the #FORCEDENTRY exploit to @Apple@twitter.com, which just pushed an emergency update.
That said, today had a blow that’s not going to help said depression or burnout. Blah.
Someone emailed me to buy one of my domains I bought for a side project. Sorry, but no, I’m going to keep it. The site itself may not have anything on it, but I have done things under that GitHub org and I plan on continuing to use it. That is, once I get through this bit of depression and burnout I’m currently trying to pull myself out of.
I'm writing my first sizeable Forth program. I've never spent this much time simplifying algorithms with paper and pencil before translating to code. Writing complicated Forth is so painful that I prefer to wait until I'm sure everything's as simple as I can make it. Is Forth always like that, or is it just my inexperience and lack of fluency showing? I find myself hoping the slow pace is innate because it's making my code quality much better.
Just a periodic reminder: Microsoft's VSCode is not open source. No more than Google's Chrome is. Both are based on open source projects (Chromium and the unimaginatively-named VSCodium are open source) but include proprietary stuff like fonts, integrations, and telemetry. If a software app isn't entirely FOSS, it's entirely proprietary. If you're using VSCode or Chrome, you're not using open source.
Computer nerd. Avid collector of retro computing gear. Ham radio operator. Gear head. Wannabe pastry chef.
"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