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HTTPS in the real world | Robert Heaton
In cryptography, trust is mathematically provable. Everything else is just faith. When you begin reading any introductory explanation of HTTPS, you are quickly whisked away to an alien planet inhabited by a savage society.
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1 hour ago by edgaron
The Second Careers of the Healthy Elderly
The doctor stared at me dolefully, then reframed the question. “You don’t take any pills for high blood pressure? For your heart? Your bones?”
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1 hour ago by edgaron
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As of early Sunday morning, four offensive tweets using an anti-gay slur remained active on the Heisman winner's account
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1 hour ago by WFreeland
Kyler Murray: Heisman winner's old, homophobic tweets resurfaced
Oklahoma Sooners quarterback Kyler Murray won the 2018 Heisman Trophy following a 50-plus touchdown effort that helped the Sooners earn a College Football Playoff berth. USA TODAY Heisman Trophy winner Kyler Murray had a Saturday to remember.
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1 hour ago by WFreeland
Swift object pool design pattern - The.Swift.Dev.
In this quick tutorial I'll explain & show you how to implement the object pool design pattern using the Swift programming language. The object pool pattern is a creational design pattern.
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1 hour ago by krzemienski
Using errors as control flow in Swift — Swift by Sundell
How we manage the control flow within the apps and systems that we work on can have a huge impact on everything from how fast our code executes, to how easy it is to debug.
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1 hour ago by krzemienski
The Psychopharmacology of Everyday Life | by Jamieson Webster | NYR Daily | The New York Review of Books
Everyone is on drugs. I don’t mean the old-fashioned, illegal kind, but the kind made by pharmaceutical companies that come in the form of pills. As a psychoanalyst, I’ve listened to people through the screen of their daily doses; and I’ve listened to them without it.
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1 hour ago by edgaron
Hi Eldar Elaev! – Bartosz Polaczyk – Medium
Hi Eldar Elaev! If you face a problem that your BuildRule is executed too late in a building process, most likely Xcode inferred its type as a non-compilable (e.g. yml) and moved it to “Copy Bundle Resources” phase.
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1 hour ago by krzemienski
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Guys, we haven't even gotten to Individual-1's money laundering yet.
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3 hours ago by merejane
The Fasting-Mimicking Diet: Eat Your Way Through A Long Fast? - MelanieAvalon.com
Recent research indicates a Fasting-Mimicking Diet (FMD) may reap the astounding health, immune, and longevity benefits of an extended fast, while eradicating any perceived difficulties of fasting for multiple days. So: can you actually eat your way through a fast?
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3 hours ago by basecamp
Reboot Your Body With The Fasting Mimicking Diet (The Healing Benefits)
The Fasting-Mimicking Diet is the easiest, fastest, and potentially healthiest way to help the body rejuvenate and fight many diseases while maintaining a positive outlook on cell health and longevity. It is also one of the fastest ways to get into what is known as the state of ketosis.
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3 hours ago by basecamp
‘Change Your Life,’ the Poet Says, and a Rural Idyll Offers a Tantalizing Choice - The New York Times
A Brooklyn novelist’s annual trip to the Chilean countryside fuels daydreams of permanently moving. But peace and quiet can be so, well, exasperating. ‘Change Your Life,’ the Poet Says, and a Rural Idyll Offers a Tantalizing Choice
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3 hours ago by Agiza
The 5-Day Fasting Mimicking Diet Plan | What Foods to Eat
This past January (2018) Professor Valter Longo of USC released a book on the fat loss and anti-aging benefits of calorie restriction titled The Longevity Diet. Click Here to Read About "High Carb Fat Loss" - My Dieting Approach That is the Opposite of Keto.
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3 hours ago by basecamp
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Two days ago, I published a bitter sweet article on the state of web browsers, triggered by the news that Microsoft would abandon their EdgeHTML engine, replacing it with Chromium.
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