Cooking corn in the husk is the way to go. 350 degrees for 30 min, directly in the rack. Peel back the husk and use it as a handle. Nom nom nom.
What a bunch of amateurs. Nothing inspires confidence like a hastily-launched stock WordPress site with cert problems and a domain name not even registered to the party promoting it.
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I'm using http://slugmax.tx0.org/README.Gophermap as my #gophermap guide. The very first thing I learned was to be careful of the special characters - had to make a couple of spot edits to the ASCII-art text :)
So a friend retweeted a post from a lawyer's feed that recommends NOT using the Equifax site to see if yours was one of the identities in their gigantic leak, because your clicking OK on the EULA means you agree not to sue them if something bad happens to you as a result of the leak. More research is required, but since this does sound like the kind of underhanded shit a giant corporation would do, be wary.
From the five year old, falling asleep in his chair:
"The broccoli doesn't have eyes"
I toot a lot more when I stop using birdsite. I am a lot less stressed about life, too. Might have something to do with vacation and hot tubs, but I'm not writing off Mastodon's influence yet.
My five year old is walking around saying: "The password is..." and random stuff.
"The password is Godzilla Resurgence"
"The password is Everyone Fights Wayne"
"The password is Unlock the Door"
I want a cryptocurrency that gets me free hotdogs, please
It irritates me that there's not much one can do to protect her PII from data breaches suffered by corporations. It's bad enough having to use spam-catching aliases to distribute among well-meaning but uninformed volunteers maintaining local group mailing lists, who don't delete the e-mails when they no longer need them, don't protect against malware and viruses, don't bcc everyone, et cetera.
SSNs, DOBs, sensitive PII of 143 million people breached @Equifax https://www.nytimes.com/2017/09/07/business/equifax-cyberattack.html #privacy #security
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Is it just me or is Google's swipe detection getting worse, not better?
(I had to delete and renter six words in that sentence)
Huh, every day feels more and more like a really weird SF novel.
I cant stop imagining something like this spreading through radio stations, maybe even slipped into an extremely popular pop song. One of the ones that gets played EVERYWHERE. Maybe even just hidden in samples they used.
A Simple Design Flaw Makes It Astoundingly Easy To Hack Siri And Alexa: Hackers can take control of the world’s most popular voice assistants by whispering to them in frequencies humans can’t hear.